"To be subversive, however, requires a dominant culture to subvert... a journal of subversive humor is funny only if there’s someone up front attempting to maintain order."
In past weeks, the curtain has officially been raised on the vast and diverse field of candidates for the Democratic nomination, many of them politicians who would not have been seen on a presidential debate stage — and never in these numbers — even a decade ago.
Darla Miles knows how to smoothly keep folks out of her camera space.
Journalism's one percent would rather make up a fake feud than address the reality of the industry's pay disparity, which benefits them and no one else.
Barstow had gone behind his colleagues' backs to try and ghostwrite a book with the source for a massive payday — a move expressly forbidden by Times ethics rules.
Reality shows like "The First 48," "Live PD," and "Cops" are interfering in legal cases, exploiting people of color and threatening lives.
"Whatever would come of this, they wouldn't expel me or anything," said a 17-year-old reporter. "I'm just presenting the facts."
The world's most popular computer graphics company wants to use AI to detect manipulated images and video. Is it too little too late?
Trust in the media is broadly down worldwide, but the situation in the United States is a little different
More like a dozen, actually, for every type of online purchase—from appliances to sandals, from sunscreen to digital cameras. When did recommendation sites like the Wirecutter and The Strategist become such a central part of the online economy? And are they changing the way we shop?
The world is often a bummer, but a whole ecosystem of podcasts and Facebook pages have sprung up to assure you that things are actually great.
How do you make your luxury handbag stand out from all the luxury handbags on Amazon? We asked a copywriter.
This is exactly what it says on the tin. Nothing more, nothing less.
While we (sort of) understand wanting to know who bachelorette Hannah Brown will end up with, keeping people out of harm's way is clearly more important. We hope the people of Dayton will come around to that idea and leave this poor weatherman alone.
These CGI demonstrations communicate the potential severity of an incoming storm better than any birds-eye map or verbal description ever could.
Fake publications are corrupting the world of research — and influencing real news.
The newsroom chiefs at these publications raised concerns about the Trump administration's latest threat to the First Amendment.
How much does the world need to know about a deadly bear attack? That question was tested in the Yukon last year, after the horrific loss of a mother and daughter caused a destructive media storm.
Billie Jean King once tried to find a sustainable business model for feminist sports coverage. Then women's fitness tried to revive the swimsuit model.
George Flickinger, the chief meteorologist for Virginia ABC-affiliate WSET, refused to back down after split-screening a tornado warning during Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals. Flickinger can't seem to catch a break, having previously been fired from KOKI-TV in Tulsa for interrupting an NFL game to warn viewers of wildfires.
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