Will the 'AI revolution' cost journalists their jobs?
Many commentators believe journalism is on the cusp of a revolution where mastery of algorithms and AI tools that generate content will be a key battleground
Explained: The role of the Russian media in the Ukraine war
The combination of media and militarism has been an indispensable, integral part of Russia's use of war in international relations during the Vladimir Putin era. If Ukraine is winning the war for Western public opinion, Russia appears to be winning the war for domestic public support
Climate of violence: 50% rise in killings of journalists globally, 86 murdered in 2022, says UNESCO
50% of the slain journalists were targeted off-duty while they were at home or in public places. Of the total eighty-six, 23 journalists were killed in conflict zones
Elon Musk's abrupt suspensions of journalist widen rift between Twitter and media
Individual reporters with The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Voice of America and other news agencies saw their accounts go dark Thursday
China tops the list of countries with highest number of jailed journalists: Report
Iran which also features on the list has locked up an "unprecedented" 34 media professionals since protests broke out in September over the death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was arrested for breaching the country's strict dress code
Explained: Why journalists have a lot to lose if Twitter dies
Few people will suffer as much as journalists if Twitter disappears. This is because it is an important part of their work, and they have grown reliant on it for instant updates, despite the dangers and distortions that come with it
How the Twitter chaos has led journalists to form a new alternative
Journa.host bills itself as 'a reliable home for journalists,' and it has greater ambitions than just verifying journalists’ identities
Odisha withdraws order restricting entry of journalists to schools
The Odisha government's ban on the entry of journalists to schools in some areas came after some TV news channels showed how students were poor in mathematics and triggered a political row
Fear runs through Afghanistan's 'hazardous' media landscape
Since taking power six months ago, the Taliban have issued directives admonishing journalists to adhere to Islamic principles when reporting
Editors Guild says 'deeply shocked' by UAPA against journalists reporting Tripura communal violence
Tripura Police on Saturday booked 102 social media account holders, including that of journalists, under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, for criminal conspiracy and forgery charges and served notices to the authorities of Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to freeze their accounts
J&K Police searches four journalists' homes; raid possibly related to 'anti-national' blog post, say sources
Raids were conducted at the residences of editor-in-chief of a weekly magazine, a reporter working for a Turkish media outlet, a freelance reporter and a reporter who has been associated with several local publications
Uttar Pradesh announces Rs 10 lakh aid for families of journalists who died due to COVID-19
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the government is committed to providing all support to journalists and will continue to encourage them
Dr Kota Neelima urges all states to make COVID treatment free for scribes, kin; suggests walk-in vaccination
In April, the institute's Rate The Debate initiative found that as many as 52 journalists had succumbed to the virus in 28 days alone
Chiranjeevi announces free vaccination drive for Telugu cinema artists, film journalists above age of 45
Chiranjeevi started Corona Crisis Charity last year in order to help industry workers and artists affected during the lockdown.
Three women working for Afghan news outlet gunned down in Jalalabad by Islamic State affiliate
The women’s deaths come at a perilous time for Afghanistan as security around the country continues to decline and the US' planned withdrawal of troops on 1 May looms
As a tech journalist, my life is a meme right now
My life right now is "How It Started" vs "How It's Going" meme not at all in the Naomi Osaka and Simone Biles way!
Journalists write to Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel over assault on scribes in Kanker, demand magisterial inquiry
On 26 September, editor of Bhumkal Samachar, Kamal Shukla, was beaten up outside a police station while he had gone to cover an attack on a young journalist
In major role reversal, global leaders call on Donald Trump's USA to protect journalists amid ongoing unrest
Attacks against journalists covering demonstrations against racial injustice have prompted foreign governments to call on US authorities to respect press freedom and protect reporters, both local and foreign
J&K Police defend FIRs against 3 scribes, say two were booked for making seditious comments on online, one for instigating violence
The Jammu and Kashmir police on Thursday defended filing of cases against three journalists in the valley saying two of them have been booked for making seditious and incendiary comments on social media.
Google waives Ad Serving fee for 5 months to support news partners during COVID-19 crisis
Google News Initiative has launched Journalism Emergency Fund to provide urgent aid to small, medium and local news publishers.