GBH needs to start inviting Dig and BINJ reporters to appear on its local news and public affairs shows
Journalists mounted unusual lobbying effort to help beleaguered local news outlets
This week, I joined fellow journalists, journalism educators, and members of the public at large in testifying on a bill to form a Mass journalism commission that is currently before the state legislature. In view of the potential importance of the initiative, ...
This is after the Trump Department of Justice has had the chance to view personal information from thousands of people who did no more than send an email to an address associated with the site.
While major news outlets hyperventilate over not being called on at press conferences, other reporters, as well as activists who exercised their First Amendment rights are facing decades in prison.
"Without warning, Defendant Officer John Doe 150 grabbed Mr. Horse’s testicles and yanked on them."