EXCLUSIVE: Inside former Trump cabinet officials’ ties to pink slime journalism
A public charity they run gives money to a pay-to-play media network.
On Oct 2, 2023 by Aneela Mirchandani
Project Veritas’ new CEO got her start as James O’Keefe’s ‘prostitute’
Hannah Giles made her name by taking down an organization that helped the poor.
On Jun 13, 2023 by Claire Goforth
‘She Said’ centers the reporting process in a recreation of the Harvey Weinstein investigation
Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as the reporters at the center of the groundbreaking investigation.
On Oct 17, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
Journalists being targeted in ‘sustained effort’ by nation-state hackers, researchers say
Hackers believed to be allied with countries such as Turkey and Iran are even impersonating reporters.
On Jul 14, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
‘Your TikTok is about to get more views than the entire network’: CNN+ employee shows up to the office despite network layoffs
On Apr 28, 2022 by Angela Littlefield
Saudi government gives journalist 15-year prison sentence for tweeting
The Twitter accounts were anonymous.
On Dec 21, 2021 by Claire Goforth
The media and big tech used to love each other—here’s how it all soured
What was once a symbiotic relationship has soured.
On Apr 8, 2021 by Jules Schulman
I filmed the Capitol riots—YouTube suspended me for ‘pushing’ election disinformation
Documenting an event got me suspended from YouTube
On Mar 11, 2021 by Ford Fischer
Why is YouTube continuing to target this independent journalist?
Ford Fischer's videos are regularly cited by lawmakers, law enforcement, and major media outlets.
On Mar 5, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
GOP strategist gets ratioed for staggeringly bad take about demise of local media
Who knew local reporters made six figures for filing one story a week?
On Dec 21, 2020 by Bryan Rolli
Over-30 success stories on Twitter rebuke yet another ’30 Under 30′ list
As evidenced, it is never too late to start.
On Sep 28, 2020 by Brianna Holt
Reporter eavesdropped on rivals’ Zoom calls to get scoops on pay cuts
One news organization called the alleged eavesdropping an 'unwarranted intrusion.'
On Apr 28, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
Nation’s largest newspaper chain cuts pay, furloughs employees because of coronavirus
In 2018, Gannett Company generated $2.9 billion of revenue.
On Mar 30, 2020 by Claire Goforth
The word ‘amid’ is having a moment during the coronavirus coverage
Time to break out a thesaurus.
On Mar 23, 2020 by Dominic-Madori Davis