Category Archives: International Press

New York Times paywall produces mixed results

Faced with shrinking print readership and anemic advertising revenue, The New York Times Company in March of 2011 launched its second attempt at controversial digital subscriptions for its online content with mixed results, say industry experts. The Bad The Times’ … Continue reading

Posted in International Press, News coverage, Newspaper decline, newspapers, Reporting | Leave a comment

Journalists face risks in wartime

Many journalists and reporters have put their life on the line for a story. Being a journalist can be a dangerous job, especially when you enter a war zone.  Reporters often have to go through extreme measures just to get … Continue reading

Posted in International Press, Journalism Jobs, News coverage, Reporting, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Student journalists seek international opportunities

What’s your ideal career? A lot of professional reporters would love to work abroad. Interviewing all kinds of people in amazing cultures while experiencing another country—it’s like working is always a vacation. As young journalists, there are resources we have … Continue reading

Posted in International Press, Journalism Jobs | Tagged | Leave a comment

Dangerous risks of international reporting

This gallery contains 2 photos.

Time and time again, the privileges of a democratic society and freedom of speech are underestimated. Although, in the United States freedom of speech, and freedom of the press is protected under the rights of our constitution, it is not … Continue reading

Gallery | Leave a comment

Al Jazeera: Giving a Voice to the Voiceless

What is Al Jazeera you may ask?  Al Jazeera Arabic, founded in 1996 is an international news network headquartered in Doha, Qatar. It began by airing in-depth and serious news stories, popular sentiments and debate in a way that was unprecedented … Continue reading

Posted in International Press, Law and ethics, Media Credibility, News coverage, Press Freedom | Leave a comment

Wikileaks: The search for truth gone too far?

The website Wikileaks.com may is one of the newest and most controversial journalistic tools to ever come about. The brainchild of Julian Assange, an Australian activist, Wikileaks specializes in finding classified government documents and releasing or leaking them to the … Continue reading

Posted in International Press, Law and ethics, Press Freedom | Leave a comment

Is WikiLeaks journalism?

WikiLeaks is a website that exposes government secrets after verifying them. Is this different than journalism? Julian Assange created WikiLeaks in 2007, according to an article in the Economist. The website was originally intended to be a place where individuals could … Continue reading

Posted in International Press, Law and ethics, Media Credibility, News coverage, Reporting, Social media, Uncategorized | Leave a comment