For 127 years, prison newspapers have struggled to speak truth to the outside world.
The network wants to reshape the market. But first it must reach—and win over—its viewers.
Two critical institutions of American liberalism just celebrated birthdays. Here’s wishing them many happy returns.
Studies show that insiders at Google could, if they wanted, covertly alter voter preferences. The very possibility is a threat to democracy.
Some of our favorites from nearly thirty years of his Nation column.
The state still controls the media in post-revolution Egypt, but an independent press is emerging.
Al Jazeera English's Ahmed Shihab-Eldin explains how social media facilitates political movements in the Arab world.
At the 2011 National Conference for Media Reform, Markey energized a crowd with talk of keeping the Internet open, fair and free.
At the 2011 National Conference for Media Reform, Malkia Cyril calls for a social merger, the consolidation of people's voices, to challenge the moneyed interests which currently control Washington and the country's media policy.
In defense of the editor of the Huffington Post. Not that the lady needs one, having been a leader in undermining the right-wing dominance of Internet reporting for over five years.