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When three journalists for Al Jazeera's English service were brought into an Egyptian court Wednesday, they were held in cages, a shocking image that prompted reactions including "disturbing," "heartbreaking" and "rocked."
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5 hrs ago | Editor & Publisher
R.B. Brenner, deputy director of the journalism program at Stanford University, will be the new director of the School of Journalism in the Moody College of Communication starting in August, according to Moody college dean Roderick Hart.
9 hrs ago | EKathimerini
Journalist Dimos Verikios issued an apology on Thursday for making insulting comments that targeted gay writer Auguste Corteau and other homosexuals.
13 hrs ago | Our World 2.0
Nearly every local story has a global context. This is especially true when it comes to the environment, and there may be no better way to show that context than through visualization.
17 hrs ago | Mid Devon Star
Rebekah Brooks was accused in court of carrying on a "cover up" over the extent of phone hacking at the News of the World.
U.S. prosecutors decided Wednesday not to pursue crucial criminal charges against journalist and activist Barrett Brown, specifically, accusations that Brown pasted a hyperlink containing hacked information into a chat room.
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Ted Anthony, an award-winning journalist who has reported from 20 countries and pioneered innovative cross-platform story-telling at The Associated Press, has been named Asia-Pacific news director for the news cooperative.
Johnson was a reporter and editor based in Cairo from 2006 to 2009. There, she traveled throughout the region to cover Iran's 2009 presidential elections, the Iraq war, Egyptian archaeology and Dubai's economic boom, among other stories.
News UK's chief executive Mike Darcey launched another full frontal assault on its newspaper rivals today, questioning the long-term business models of both.
Accustomed to reporting the news, journalist Abby Martin suddenly became the story Monday when she took time out from her broadcast on state-sponsored television network Russia Today to speak out against Russian "military aggression" in Crimea.
Rebekah Brooks, former boss of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper arm, told a London court on Tuesday how the media mogul had persuaded her not to quit amid public revulsion over the hacking of a murdered schoolgirl's phone.
Jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste goes to trial in a Cairo court today. His arrest underlines the growing dangers faced by reporters just trying to do their job.
In a small press conference on Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed there were no Russian troops in Ukraine.
Sky's Martin Brunt reports on the scene at the Pretoria court where the world's media will be camped for the next three weeks.
Journalists from the daily newspaper Les Nouvelles CalA©doniennes have accused their editorial board of buckling under political pressure from the French High Commissioner, who they claim had interfered with editorial independence.