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Op-Ed: The media and journalists should boycott killers Special

Denver - No story is worth a journalist’s life. We are not Navy Seals who can burst into a room and stop a massacre. Writing about genocide has won many awards, but rarely stopped killings.

Op-Ed: Paywalls for news sites are doomed by bloggers

It's a question as old as the Internet itself: How do website owners make money from a traditionally free medium? As sites like the Washington Post erect "paywalls" to force readers to subscribe, it is time to re-examine the controversial practice.

Op-Ed: 2014, a year of hoaxes and unverified information

The latest story that's been circulating around the Internet at large is of a man at Burger King spiting a small child. Except no one knows if it's true.

CNN reporter apologizes for allegedly biting two EMTs while drunk

Baghdad - Arwa Damon bit two emergency workers while in a drunken state. Shortly after that the media coverage exploded and Damon is now facing a massive lawsuit.

Digital Journal announces appointment of 12 Editors-at-Large

To further expand the news network's global presence, Digital Journal designated select writers with Editor-at-Large status to report on important news relating to their specialties.

Digital Journal hosted live video chat on future of citizen media

Today Digital Journal hosted a Google Hangout on Air chat via video, discussing the rise and future of citizen journalism. Guests included Mathew Ingram from GigaOM and CBC journalist Ira Basen.

'We don't do finesse' says Israeli Spokesman Yigal Palmor

Yigor Palmor works as a major spokesman for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs but has many problems with how they conduct their affairs. He claims a lack of finesse and a tendency to push their agenda hurts the foreign image of Israel.

Wikileaks publishes world information sharing agreement

Wikileaks has released what their writers call the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA). This document, if approved, would allow for international sharing of personal data between 50 countries.

Video: Bob Odenkirk of 'Fargo' interviewed by accident

Reporter Gil Tucker had the good luck to stumble on a celebrity interview. Unfortunately, he had no idea who he was talking to and asked questions that were meant for any random person walking the street.

Report: BBC plans to slash 500 or more jobs

British Broadcasting Corporation managers are attempting to cut costs by laying off members from their news and radio divisions. The event is proving controversial to say the very least.

Op-Ed: Sonoma Job counselor with a pioneering journalist past Special

Sonoma - Ah the wine country! Beautiful vineyards, charming boutiques, with fine restaurants this region is a weekend get-a-away. And, what more perfect example than in the Old Mission town of Sonoma,

'We Are Change' launching 'Change Media' online university Special

A popular journalist and activist is trying to crowd-fund a new university for people interested in authentic, grassroots journalism and reporting.

Study: U.S. journalists more negative about their work

A new study on journalism in the United States has shown journalists in the country are more dissatisfied with their work.

Op-Ed: No propaganda, Voice of America need not fear reform bill

Washington - Mismanagement by senior executives threatens journalistic independence of Voice of America (VOA) much more than the bipartisan bill in Congress designed to reform U.S. international media outreach. There will be no government propaganda from VOA.

Pakistani media in question after one journalist is shot

Recently, a prominent Pakistani television newscaster for Geo News was attacked, setting off questions about the country’s media practices. Mir was shot six times, in an April 19 attack while walking to a Karachi television studio.

Op-Ed: U.S. launches ‘Free the Press’ campaign, and it’s not satire

Washington - The U.S. State Department has launched its annual "Free the Press" campaign. The humor of a country that ranks 46th in press freedom and that has been relentlessly persecuting whistlelblowers and journalists hosting such an event seems lost on officials.

Op-Ed: The Cliven Bundy quotes the media is omitting

Bunkerville - The internet is awash today with every news outlet in the world calling embattled rancher Cliven Bundy a racist, but the quotes fueling this tirade are taken completely out of context by the media.

Op-Ed: WSJ offers awkward definition of content partnership with Adobe

The Wall Street Journal has embarked on an "editorial-like" content marketing program with Adobe, but the news organization appears to be struggling with how to define the nature of the partnership.

United States on ‘Enemies of the Internet’ list

For the first time ever, the United States has been included in the Reporters Without Borders “Enemies of the Internet” report. Its inclusion places it in a report alongside the regimes in China, Iran, and North Korea.

Review: Doolittle's Rob Ford exposé is a compelling, if limited, read Special

“Rob Ford might be a genius – if not of the academic variety, certainly of the kind that matters in politics,” Robyn Doolittle writes in “Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story,” her bestselling account of the notorious Toronto mayor's career.

Op-Ed: NSA chief seeks to end free press

Outgoing National Security Agency boss, Keith Alexander, advocated making it a crime to report on government leaks this week, and said that legislation to accomplish this was coming in weeks.

Op-Ed: Media defends the West’s overthrow of Ukraine Special

Kiev - As the Western media beats the drums of war to pursue oil and gas interests in Ukraine, it displays a level of blatant propaganda not seen since World War II. Contrary to official U.S. statements, Ukraine is anything but an independent nation now.

Profile of a Digital Journalist: How journalism changed Jonathan Farrell's life Special

Some people find journalism by accident, but for Jonathan Farrell, journalism found him, even if it took him a while to finally accept his calling.

Op-Ed: Journalism thrives off the Internet

Ask anyone today whether they think journalism is dead and their answer will depend on what medium they prefer to find their news. Most people today likely get much of their news online.

Op-Ed: Update- Reporters Without Borders: U.S. ranks 46 in press freedom

Sydney - The freedom of the press is looking like a mere buzz phrase like never before, according to Reporters without Borders. The U.S., inventor of the idea of press freedom, now ranks an abysmal 46th regarding the freedom of its own press.

The New York Times delivers 13th consecutive quarterly loss

The New York Times Company delivered another quarterly loss - its 13th consecutive quarterly decline - citing an extra week in 2012 and investments the company made in 2013.

Wildlife activists outraged at TIME’s cover story this month Special

The cover of this month’s issue of TIME depicts a young female deer below the headline “America’s Pest Problem.” The wildlife activist community is in an uproar over the article many see as factually inaccurate and something more fit for an op-ed

Op-Ed: A fresh look at an old industry Special

When it came time for my high school senior project the first thought that came to my mind was, “How can I get this over as soon as possible?” My first thought was job shadowing. A quick, one time trip, and a couple essays and I’ll be done.

Op-Ed: What happens to WikiLeaks matters to everyone

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has said it will not bring charges against Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks. Those who believe the DOJ statement are in the minority. That says something very important about the Department’s standing.

As Obamacare falters, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) plays to visibility

The Affordable Care Act's botched rollout may be giving legs to the national aspirations of Tea Party darling Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).
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