Twitter / Washington Post PR
Columbia Journalism Review / James Ball
No, tech companies shouldn’t fund journalism →
“Tying the future of journalism to a tech or social media levy shackles the two even closer together, making a already dangerously codependent relationship even less healthy—and potentially compromising journalism in the eyes of readers. It would also let tech off the hook: one of the main justifications for corporate tax is making companies contribute towards the societies they live in, the infrastructure they rely on, and to offset the harms that they cause.”
The Wall Street Journal / Cara Lombardo, Benjamin Mullin, and Lukas I. Alpert
WCCB News Rising Anchor job with WCCB-TV | 386154
WCCB Charlotte is recruiting for a full-time anchor/reporter for WCCB News Rising. We need a strong journalist with personality who will work with the Executive Producer and the show producers to get breaking news into the show quickly. We're also looking for someone who can provide perspective when reading stories or discussing issues with co-hosts and guests.
Iran State Television Says U.S. Is Holding One of Its Journalists
TEHRAN - A prominent American-born journalist working for an Iranian state-run satellite television channel has been arrested in the United States, the broadcaster said Wednesday. American officials have not confirmed the arrest of the journalist, Marzieh Hashemi, who has lived in Iran since 2009 and is an anchor at Press TV.
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