Who’s gonna pay for this stuff?

Friday, August 30, 2013

This week, an encore of our special hour on the incredible volume of media available to consumers, and the incredible difficulty of making money for creators.

The Importance of Foreign Reporting

Friday, August 23, 2013

This week, Brooke talks to Ethan Zuckerman about where foreign reporting has been and where it's going. Also, an encore broadcast of Brooke's reporting trip to Mexico in June of 2012.

A New Security Standard For Journalists, Al Jazeera America, and More

Friday, August 16, 2013

How Edward Snowden leaked information to the press, and the new baseline for online journalistic best practice, NPR's Ombudsman releases a scathing report on an NPR series, a reporter doing seven years of reporting on foot, and a pre-launch visit to the new Al Jazeera America.

Bezos Buys the Washington Post, and Why Jerks Make the Best TV, and More

Friday, August 09, 2013

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos buys the Washington Post, the story of the (incredibly) difficult men behind the golden age of television, and a mysterious TV network from the past you probably don't know existed.

This week in national security, unpaid internships in the media, and more

Friday, August 02, 2013

A busy week in the security state from Manning to Snowden, an internet security reporter being harassed by Russian cyber criminals, and a look at unpaid internships in the media.

On The Media-2013-08-01

Thursday, August 01, 2013