People who work in social media constantly hear the term ‘clickbait.’ Unfortunately, those who make the accusation don’t always know what it really means.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer barred reporters from certain media outlets from participating in a scheduled press briefing Friday, WaPo reported.
Fox News Commentator Alan Colmes, who had a great quote about fighting fire in political debates, died this week at age 66. How should …
President Donald Trump has implied that any news that’s negative about him or his administration should be considered ‘fake news.’
One of my favorites, Charlie Rose, is taking a break from his hosting duties on ‘CBS This Morning,’ another of my favorites, for heart surgery.
I received an email offer for a print subscription discount, but then I noticed something about the cost of another option that made no sense.
NBC’s Today show apologizes Thursday for a photo of a protest that found its way into footage of an unrelated story…but some say it wasn’t enough.
The JFK assassination in Dallas, Texas served as the birth of breaking news coverage on television. Here are 10 key moments.
If it’s been a few weeks since you visited npr.org, you’ll find on your next visit the outlet decided to disable comments on its website.
Facebook reversed a decision this week on its nudity policy with respect to a single photo after the social media giant received complaints of censorship.
Hurricane Season runs through the end of November, but September is the peak month, which means weather forecasts get crazy this time of year.
You’ve probably seen the oft-shared post on social media about how news consumers should actually consume breaking news coverage.