News & Journalism
Operation is racing against rival GB News to be first on air, with both groups aiming to launch next spring
RT @risj_oxford: How do women consume news around the world? Read this report by @MeeraSelva1 and @simgandi, with figures from our #DNR20 and essays about 11 countries around the world https://t.co/mfFyv5d64pOpen
And as the long-term impacts of COVID-19 resonate through society it is clear that women have been hit the hardest financially.1 This report takes a look at the other side, not the news ...
The agreement announced today with French news companies is the culmination of a fight that Google has been waging since at least 2006 -- I wrote about some of the history here: https://t.co/fyt3sWpXrDOpen
The platform patrons: How Facebook and Google became two of the biggest funders of journalism in the world
<p>In March, Google announced with much fanfare the launch of the Google News Initiative, a $300 million program aimed at “building a strong future for journalism,” as the company put it. ...
RT @pressfreedom: In September, CPJ Advocacy Director @courtneyr spoke with Australia’s journalist union about a new code that would change the way news is shared on online platforms. https://t.co/cOvTCmtF7oOpen
Facebook threatened to prevent Australian users and publishers from posting news on its platform last week, raising questions about who benefits when people share journalism on social ...
RT @apbenven: President Joe Biden "sees the press as one of those core institutions of democracy that has been harmed," one of his former speechwriters told me. He made that clear from the start, signaling a desire to shift the White House's relationship with the press.https://t.co/sRRSAqy9XlOpen
President Joe Biden wants to restore America's faith in its democracy. He's starting by repairing the government's broken relationship with the press, the reporters of truth responsible for ...