April 29, 2017

Russia Tries to Influence Le Pen to Repeal Sanctions

Sanctioned Russian officials try to lobby Le Pen to Lift sanctions Leonid Slutsky and Marine Le Pen. Image posted by Slutsky on Facebook In late […]
April 29, 2017

Twitter Adds Emoji Search, Making it Easier to Understand Usage Patterns and Context

Twitter has added the ability to search for GIFs on platform, making it easier to get an understanding of how they’re being used.
April 29, 2017

Anonymous Social App Yik Yak Announces Closure

The once hugely popular anonymous social app Yik Yak has announced that it’s shutting down.
April 29, 2017

10 Influencer Marketing Mistakes Brands Make (and How to Fix Them) [Podcast]

In a new Social Zoom Factor podcast, Pam Moore looks at some common influencer marketing missteps, and how to avoid them.
April 29, 2017

Best Home Studio Photography Kit On A Budget

If you’re considering setting up a home studio, either in your garage or something less permanent in a room of the house, one of the […]
April 29, 2017

3 Ways You Can Shoot Successful Bluebell Images Today

At springtime our thoughts naturally lean towards flower photography, and none more so than bluebells, either as individual subjects, or in carpets of blue. Often, […]
April 28, 2017

Week in pictures: 22-28 April 2017

Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around the world this week. All photographs are copyrighted.
April 28, 2017

New report from Index on Censorship paints a bleak picture for U.S. press freedom

The press freedom situation in the United States is worsening not only because of President Trump’s anti-press rhetoric but because of a constellation of factors […]
April 28, 2017

Anthony Joshua says Wembley meant 'hustling and fake clothes' as a kid as he bids to beat Wladimir Klitschko – Mirror.co.uk

Growing up, Wembley to Anthony Joshua meant the vast Sunday market where he bought fake designer brands. Tonight it is where he aims to show […]
April 28, 2017

New York Times journalists immediately begin subtweeting Bret Stephens’ defense of climate change skepticism

Bret Stephens made his debut in the pages of The New York Times opinion section today with a column defending climate change skepticism in the […]
April 28, 2017

The lost generation of China’s journalists

This story was originally published on Medium and is being republished here with the permission of its author. Two years ago in Hong Kong, I […]
April 28, 2017

Headlines editors probably wish they could take back

In this week’s lower case… Sure, he was a meathead — but what was his job? #BadHeadline pic.twitter.com/pCsXSu4O7l — Doug Trouten (@TheDougTrouten) August 23, 2015 […]
April 28, 2017

Headlines editors probably wish they could take back

In this week’s lower case… Sure, he was a meathead — but what was his job? #BadHeadline pic.twitter.com/pCsXSu4O7l — Doug Trouten (@TheDougTrouten) August 23, 2015 […]
April 28, 2017

This tool will put captions on your video for you

Editor’s note: This is the latest in a series of articles that highlight digital tools for journalists. You can read the others here. Poynter’s Ren […]
April 28, 2017

Professor Theodore A. Postol of MIT vs. The Concept of Time

Since the April 4th 2017 chemical attack on Khan Sheikhoun a number of individuals and organisations have attempted to promote narratives that promote the idea […]
April 28, 2017

‘The Circle’ imagines a dark future without journalists in-frame

Perhaps it’s telling that journalism is so absent in The Circle, the movie based on the Dave Eggers novel that paints a dark picture of […]
April 28, 2017

Latest virtual reality project from the Guardian lets viewers experience the first year of life

The latest virtual reality (VR) project from the Guardian allows audiences to experience and interact with the world from the point of view of a […]
April 28, 2017

Jailing of journalist suggests a country on the brink

A military court in Cameroon on April 21 sentenced journalist Ahmed Abba to 10 years in prison and ordered him to pay court costs totaling […]
April 28, 2017

Jailing of journalist suggests a country on the brink

A military court in Cameroon on April 21 sentenced journalist Ahmed Abba to 10 years in prison and ordered him to pay court costs totaling […]
April 28, 2017

The week in fact-checking: How a satirical post became fake news

The Week in Fact-Checking is a newsletter from the American Press Institute and Poynter. Want it in your inbox every week? Subscribe here. On Le […]
April 28, 2017

The Ferret launches fact-checking service, aiming to work with its community to verify claims

With its two year anniversary coming up next month, media co-operative The Ferret launched a fact-checking service on Wednesday (26 April), to analyse and verify […]
April 28, 2017

Amol Rajan to present BBC Radio 4’s The Media Show

Amol Rajan has been appointed as the new presenter of BBC Radio 4’s The Media Show. Former Independent editor Rajan takes over from Steve Hewlett, […]
April 28, 2017

How To Photograph Wine Glasses & Bottles With Speedlights

[embedded content] When we shared the cosmetic products tutorial a couple of weeks back, we said Dustin Dolby of workphlo was creating a cracking tutorial series and […]
April 28, 2017

Lecturers in Media

Stanmore College Location: Stanmore Salary: £28,419 to £37,371 per annum Hours: Full Time Contract Type: Permanent Placed on: 28th April 2017 Closes: 10th May 2017 […]
April 28, 2017

Regional publisher launches charity football challenge

Regional newspaper readers are being invited to take part in a football challenge as part of a company-wide charity campaign. Trinity Mirror will launch its […]
April 28, 2017

Check Out This Week's Photography Content

Check Out This Week’s Photography Content – Here’s a roundup of the best content on ePHOTOzine this week. Posted : 28 Apr 2017 1:00PM by ePHOTOzine   Add […]
April 28, 2017

Taylor Wessing To Accept Digital Submissions For The First Time

‘Thembinkosi Fanwell Ngwenya’ by Claudio Rasano, 2016 © Claudio RasanoFirst Prize Winner of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016 Photo: © Jorge Herrera  The […]
April 28, 2017

Time Inc says it won’t sell itself

Time Inc. announced Friday that it has no plans to sell the company and will instead pursue its own strategic plan, which is heavy on […]
April 28, 2017

Facebook will start training local journalists and newsrooms

Research Areas About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping […]
April 28, 2017

CPJ warns of ‘tremendous gaps in our knowledge of the world’ due to growing global attacks on journalists

Far from ending censorship, modern technology such as the web, social media and smartphone cameras have “just made it more complicated”, says the Committee to […]
April 28, 2017

Media wonders if it’s ‘tacky’ for Obama to be cashing in

Good morning. $400,000 for a speech? When Barack Obama was vacationing recently with Bruce Springsteen, Tom Hanks and Oprah Winfrey aboard a $300 million yacht […]
April 27, 2017

Oh, Canada, where freedom of the press is less than you’d think

Good morning. Lawsuits, no shield laws and spying on journalists The state of press freedom worldwide is lousy and getting worse. The most ignominious culprits […]
April 26, 2017

Reporter takes the David Fahrenthold approach to covering ESPN layoffs

Good morning. Reporter seeks details on downsizing It’s a crowdsourced and premature obituary. Richard Deitsch, a sports media columnist for Sports Illustrated, took to Facebook […]
April 25, 2017

Latest Fox mess reminds why Rupert Murdoch is more capitalist than ideologue

Good morning. The search for a Sky majority To understand the ethical and moral morass facing the Murdoch empire, skip Fox News Channel and take […]
April 24, 2017

Bill O’Reilly, right-wing hypocrite

Good morning. Does celebrity trump morality on the right? As the Bill O’Reilly affair underscores, the Celebrity-Industrial Complex includes lots of journalists, including ones on […]
April 21, 2017

A onetime rebel, Fox is being cautious after booting Bill O’Reilly

Good morning. Program changes are same old The swashbuckling Murdochs now look as milquetoast as old media rivals whom they upended and disdain. With the […]
April 21, 2017

Meet the journalists who told the inside story of Hillary Clinton’s stunning loss

As her email mess was growing, Hillary Clinton scheduled the first national TV interview of her campaign with Brianna Keilar of CNN. It went poorly. […]
April 20, 2017

Bill O’Reilly and other cable stars are getting rich amid media disarray

Good morning. A dramatic change in compensation norms With Bill O’Reilly’s ouster the lead story in this morning’s New York Times, a top broadcasting executive […]
April 19, 2017

Is the ‘King of Cable News’ replaceable?

Even special dispensation from Pope Francis probably won’t save Bill O’Reilly. O’Reilly was in a VIP line at the Vatican on Wednesday as a holy […]
April 19, 2017

The press was hoodwinked by the Trump administration’s bogus North Korea news

Good morning. An obliging press repeats the White House line It was a military move heralded worldwide: The Trump administration was sending the U.S.S. Carl […]
April 18, 2017

By demonizing journalists, Trump has prepared the way for something far darker

Good morning. It goes well beyond political hyperbole, say Utah academics President Trump’s portrayal of the press as “enemy” is not only a godsend for […]
April 17, 2017

Sean Spicer gives swampy explanation for keeping White House logs secret

When it comes to full disclosure of White House visitors, big and small, Sean Spicer underscored Monday that the faraway past is now prologue. Monday’s […]
April 13, 2017

Are the media images of Syria’s dead children a form of propaganda?

Good morning. A photo historian gives pause Even as President Trump grapples daily with the truth, it’s hard to find fault with this assertion at […]