Category: Media (Main)
Not only are Palestinians expected to demolish many years of Israeli disinformation but also to construct their own narrative that is free from the whims of factions and personal gains.
The best way to counter the media war on Venezuela is to do what they don’t do: offer in depth, contextualised, critical coverage
A look at how the media is covering the race for the White House and a private monopoly that has too much political influence and political power
The following is an excerpt from the new book How Did We Get Into This Mess? by George Monbiot (Verso Books, 2016): The question has changed a little since Rousseau’s day, but the mystery remains. Why, when most of us enjoy greater freedom than any preceding generations except the previous two or three—freedom from tyranny, Read more…
The Tow Center for Digital Journalism’s Emily Bell spoke to Edward Snowden over a secure channel about his experiences working with journalists and his perspective on the shifting media world. This is an excerpt of that conversation, conducted in December 2015. It will appear in a forthcoming book: Journalism After Snowden: The Future of the Read more…
Interview on the elections
We once again owe the great reporter Seymour Hersh a serious debt for his reporting, in this case for his London Review of Books articles on President Barack Obama’s war making, now published as a book called The Killing of Osama bin Laden. Despite the title, three of the four articles are about Syria. But Read more…
The reality is that under present conditions low-wage production for export is simply not an effective way for most countries to develop their economies.
Women don’t want white knights to ride and and defend us. We just want a voice to defend ourselves
In Part 1, I began with a case where the New York Times belatedly acknowledged that it had failed to print news fit to print, news which, not coincidentally, contradicted a party-line theme the editors had enthusiastically and uncritically supported five years earlier