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Five lessons for journalism in the age of rage

by Karin Pettersson on 25th November 2019 @AB_Karin For Karin Pettersson, journalism has never been more challenging—and never more important. The news-media industry has long lamented about how the digital revolution has broken its business models. Today, a majority of digital advertising money goes to Facebook and Google, and media companies are struggling to reinvent themselves through digital subscriptions. But ... Read More »

Journalism for democracy election in times of disinformation

By IPS World Desk Rome, Apr 29 2019 (IPS) – Journalists and media outlets worldwide have recently been subject to a subtle wave of vilification. Populist rhetoric and public indifference have begun to threaten the very foundation of our freedom. Journalists provide the checks and balances fundamental to all democracies, by highlighting government failures or reporting on societal injustice. But ... Read More »

US: Assange’s possible extradition threatens journalism: HRW

‘Hacking’ Charges Could Expand to Standard Investigative Reporting Practices The extradition of Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States for alleged computer-related crimes could have dangerous implications for journalists in the digital age. London’s Metropolitan Police confirmed Assange’s arrest on April 11, 2019 “on behalf of the United States authorities” under an extradition warrant. He was found ... Read More »

US: Assange’s possible extradition threatens journalism

The extradition of Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States for alleged computer-related crimes could have dangerous implications for journalists in the digital age. London’s Metropolitan Police confirmed Assange’s arrest on April 11, 2019 “on behalf of the United States authorities” under an extradition warrant. He was found guilty of breach of bail by a UK court the same day and ordered to appear on ... Read More »

Osborne named London Evening Standard editor

Tatton MP George Osborne has been named editor of the London Evening Standard. The former chancellor will take over from Sarah Sands – but says he will stay on as MP. The newspaper’s owner Evgeny Lebedev made the surprise announcement on Friday morning. Confirming the appointment in a series of tweets, Mr Lebedev said: “I am proud to have an ... Read More »

Cynicism, criticism and journalism

Mahfuzur Rahman Journalists always have to walk rough paths, no matter where they work. They face harassments even in sophisticated societies in one way or the other by dubious elements. They first want to buy journalists and then resort to coercive measures. When it comes to politics and journalism, there is also a love-and-hate relation between journalists and politicians. The ... Read More »