NPR just released two statements -- one on the completion of an independent review of the dismissal of news analyst Juan Williams and another on the resignation of Senior Vice President for News Ellen Weiss:"Washington, DC January 6, 2011 -- The NPR Board of Directors announced today that it has com
Seven months after resigning from her post as a White House columnist for Hearst because of controversy over her comment that Israeli Jews should return "home" to Poland and Germany, 90-year-old Helen Thomas is writing again.The Falls Church News-Press in northern Virginia has brought Thoma
This is the second in a two-part series looking at ideology in the media.In a media landscape littered with opinionated talk show hosts and ideology-driven websites, strong points of view are hardly tough to find.But media critic Jay Rosen says mainstream news reporters don't tell
This is the first in a two-part series looking at ideology in the media.British newspaper reporter Polly Curtis strides around back corridors of the Houses of Parliament with a steely confidence in her paper's mission:Get the facts. Be fair.
WBEZ’s Richard Steele Guest-hosts Worldview and continues our occasional series Images, Movies and Race. He talks with media analyst and lecturer Brenda Verner about how the historic imagery of black men and women in media and culture has impacted black culture, customs an
Not far from WBEZ's North Side bureau, a historic reunion will take place when members of the seminal video and media collective Raindance come together at Loyola University. Raindance was founded in 1969 as a means of exploring news ways to communicate through video.