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How Hashtag Culture Influences International Conversations

In her new book "Memes to Movements," An Xiao Mina explores how people from a historically overlooked nation such as Uganda are able to drive the conversation on issues in international media

Authenticity and the Journalism of Networks

Trust in the federal government is at a historic low, while trust in Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders among supporters is near or above 80%. What can journalists learn from this moment?

Features

7 Ways to Improve Coverage of Women’s Sports

Women’s sports in the U.S. receive only 4 percent of sports media coverage. Why it’s time for that to change

Opinion

Some Hope for 2019: The Next Generation is the Solution to Our “Media Problems”

2018 Nieman Fellow María Ramírez shares what she learned talking to students about how to fight distrust, mitigate polarization, and more

Opinion

Fighting to Keep Public Notices in Newspapers

The public loses out when government makes it harder to find out what it’s doing

Opinion

#MeToo and Photojournalism: What Needs To Happen Next

Lars Boering, managing director of the World Press Photo Foundation, on how to build on the #MeToo moment in photojournalism

Opinion: Ethics

Are journalists going too far in trying to avoid the “liberal bias” label?

It’s time for some soul-searching about our role in unwittingly elevating conservative narratives

Live @ Lippmann

“I’m not sure that the trust problem is going to be solved independent of solving the diversity problem”

Former top editors Jill Abramson and Nancy Gibbs talk about women and the double standard, Trump and truth, diversity and trust