After tech companies, now US media titans begin lay-offs. Is the job market going to weaken further?
On Friday, Vox Media announced it would lay off seven per cent of its staff. Heavy hitters such as CNN, NBC, Washington Post, MSNBC, and Buzzfeed have all announced job cuts recently
Many radio and TV stations as well as news agencies are struggling to stay afloat under Taliban rule. According to a report by Khama Press, more than 6,000 journalists have lost their jobs since the Afghan Taliban captured Kabul in August 2021
People are more gloomy about their economic prospects than ever before and trust business far more than other institutions like governments, nonprofits, and the media in an increasingly divided world
The British monarchy has always controlled how much the public sees of it. Will King Charles III change that?
Censorship and royal control are not uncommon. The same can be expected at Charles III's coronation. The royal family's success is dependent on the palace's careful curation of their image, as well as their ongoing battle with the media over what can and cannot be shown
Individual reporters with The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Voice of America and other news agencies saw their accounts go dark Thursday
Leaked emails show how Russia's largest state broadcaster has spun a version of the war in which Russia is winning, Ukraine is in shambles, and Western alliances are fraying. Even as the country suffers from battlefield losses, rising casualties, economic isolation, and international condemnation
According to a study conducted by the Women's Media Center feminist organisation, the media coverage of #MeToo and sexual assault jumped 52 per cent in 2018 after the initial 'The New York Times' and 'New Yorker' stories dropped
Experts believe that the blanket coverage of the Queen's demise may only encourage more people to turn off the news entirely — deepening the malaise surrounding the industry
'Media should self-regulate': Delhi HC blasts newspaper for dragging vlogger's child into article says
The Delhi Hight Court was hearing an appeal by the newspaper challenging an order of the single judge directing it to take down the allegedly objectionable article criticising a blogger
An Afghan local media official confirmed his station had received the order and was told it was not up for discussion
Ashok Gehlot said this expressing concern over India's ranking in the Press Freedom Index, in which country stood at 150th spot among 180 nations
The public anger has prompted nearly all Cabinet ministers to quit, and scores of lawmakers to leave President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's government.
PM Mahinda Rajapaksa is yet to appoint a new minister of finance. The country's Finance Minister Ali Sabry on Tuesday resigned, a day after the President appointed him after sacking his brother
The day was first observed in 2008 by Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders
The CNN anchor assisted his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has been accused of sexual harassment, by pressing sources for information on the accusers and reporting back to the governor's staff on what he was learning
A truth commission in 2003 blamed the Shining Path for more than half of nearly 70,000 estimated deaths and disappearances between 1980 and 2000
The 95-year-old monarch is said to be buried 10 days after she dies and her son and heir, Prince Charles, will embark on a tour of the UK before the burial is held
President Cyril Ramaphosa assured the nation that the police and army would restore order and appealed to citizens to work together for peace
An investigation found 'serious violations' in how Didi collected and used personal information, the Cyberspace Administration of China announced
The news comes as the Justice Department has disclosed in recent weeks that it seized the email and phone records of reporters in at least three separate instances during the Trump administration.