Nancy Fishman, Project Director at the Vera Institute of Justice, confronts the journalists who attend Poynter's "Covering Jails" seminars with a s
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‘Does any company want its logo on the page next to a kid in a cage?’
A growing partnership between Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism and the USA Today Network led to engagement changes in its many newsrooms.
The flurry of announcements at Global Fact comprise the most notable news about Facebook's fact-checking program in more than six months.
The missions and priorities of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors "have grown to be basically identical."
It’s a new era for the competitive world of Variety, TheWrap, Deadline and the Hollywood Report.
Here’s how publications around the U.S. and world presented contentious immigration debates on their Wednesday front pages.
Seizing a reporter’s communications is unacceptable. So is the failure of ethical journalism.