There is a way to take journalism beyond the decaying advertising model, but it’s going to require some new ideas. Dean Baker writes.
As a country that has had more military than civilian administrations, the major challenge to the growth of radio in Ghana has been political. Jacob Nyarko writes.
Facebook has moved away from being a common carrier to being a media company. Why don’t we treat it like one? Dean Baker writes.
Women journalists pay a high personal price for their dedication to the truth. Here are some survival strategies and stories from around the world.
Corporate media love to pose economic strife as generational strife. Alan MacLeod on the latest round of tommyrot.
When is a military coup a “pro-democracy protest”? When the US government says so. Alan MacLeod writes.
Putting numbers into context is easy and helps people understand what social programs actually cost. So why don’t reporters do it? Dean Baker writes.
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