ChatGPT may not make journalists obsolete, but its generation of inaccurate or false information should make any news outlet nervous.
With a new woman editor at the helm of a major newspaper, will we finally see the end of sexism within our news?
The media needs to rethink its funding model if public interest journalism is to survive.
Hateful hit-pieces in newspapers are nothing new, but who gets the most out of behaving the worst when newsbrands appear to go after celebrities?
If journalists don’t feel well protected, brands risk them taking their work (and their audience) elsewhere.
In today’s climate, the BBC can’t afford to sacrifice contextual, in-depth reporting in the name of ‘balance’.
Sunlight may be the best disinfectant in theory, but in practice it doesn’t quite work, argues Bianca Barratt.
Unless the media industry puts resources behind meaningfully improving diversity, its class problem and public trust will only get worse.
Journalists are under pressure to write stories that take a clear stance or ‘side’ on a topic. This is making news fatigue worse.
Media owners have every right to impose limitations on journalists working elsewhere, but more flexibility will only benefit their brand in the long run.