The state of American news in the age of the pandemic: An era of subscriptions | Opinion

BY: - September 29, 2022

What Hulu and bundling can teach legacy media about the path to viability.

How one Pa. TV station’s coverage provided a teachable moment on transgender issues

BY: - January 24, 2022

'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.


Report finds nearly half of Americans get their news from social media | The Numbers Racket

BY: - October 25, 2021

The majority (60 percent) of white adults said they regularly received their news from Facebook, compared with Black and Hispanic adults, who said they regularly (21 percent and 37 percent respectively) got their news from Snapchat. 


There’s as much noise as news and it’s getting harder to tell one from the other | Opinion

BY: - October 25, 2021

Realistically, though, most of us have other things to do than devote a large chunk of our day to perusing the websites of multiple news outlets to learn whether they’re all reporting more or less the same things. We have to trust. But whom do we trust?