Journalism

Local Newspaper Raid Raises Concerns Over Press Freedom and First Amendment Rights

In a shocking turn of events, the small town of Marion, Kansas, witnessed a controversial raid on the offices of the local newspaper, the Marion County Record, along with the homes of its publishers and reporters. This incident has ignited…

Texas A&M Reaches $1 Milliob Settlement With Black Journalism Professor

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas A&M University reached a $1 million settlement Thursday with a Black journalism professor whose hiring was sabotaged by backlash over her past work promoting diversity. The nation’s largest public school agreed to pay Kathleen McElroy…

Staring Down Meta: The Battle for Freedom of the Press in Google Newsroom

In an era dominated by digital platforms, the battle for press freedom has taken center stage, as tech giants vie for control over information dissemination. Recently, Meta, the parent company of Facebook, rebranded as a “metaverse company,” sparking concerns over…