The world always wants to look away. That’s why war correspondents always matter | Opinion
Those who commit war crimes always say they didn't do it. We need to hold it up to the light. Always.
How one Pa. TV station’s coverage provided a teachable moment on transgender issues
'We want media to do stories on trans issues. And we’d like to create a baseline for how we treat one another,' an advocate said.
Sandy Hook Anniversary: Conspiracy theories are worse and more mainstream than ever | Opinion
The legacy of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook is a legacy of misinformation – the start of a crisis that will likely plague the U.S. for years to come.
AT&T must to cut its ties with far-right OANN News | Michael Coard
Whenever you see corporate-sponsored treason and racism, say something. Even better, do something.
Rupert Murdoch is launching Fox Weather. What could possibly go wrong? | Dick Polman
“How do you address the fact that weather changes are caused to some degree by humans when you have a media property with a history of challenging that fact?” one expert asked.
State funding for Pa. public broadcasting eliminated in new budget
It’s hard to say why the cuts were made and who made them. Legislative Republicans say it matched a request from Wolf., An administration spokesperson claimed Republicans did not agree to the funding.
Journalists can’t be neutral in the war on American democracy | Dick Polman
The old days of both sides false-balance journalism, the old days of writing “on the one hand, on the other hand," are over.
Capital-Star wins four Keystone Media Awards
The Pennsylvania Capital-Star has earned four awards for news reporting and commentary in the 2021 Keystone Media Awards, sponsored by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA).
‘Who writes this?’: Your Morning Coffee questions, answered | Thursday Morning Coffee
What this newsletter is, what it isn't, and what we do all day long.
A civic duty for today’s news consumer: Identifying misleading and false news stories | Opinion
Remember to be a smart news consumer: Check your sources; critically evaluate stories, and look for accuracy errors.
New program aims to help people of color find media jobs
Arts2Work is the first federally-registered National Apprenticeship Program in Media Arts and Creative Technologies.