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‘Big, Scary, Weird’ – Covering China in the Era of Covid and Rising US Tensions

Jeremy Goldkorn discusses his work covering China "without fear or favor" as editor of the online news site SupChina.

SB 911, Which Creates $50 Million Fund to Support Independent Media, Passes Through...

The bill would create an 11-member state board that would administer the funds to bona fide news organizations and reporters over a five-year period.

As Disinformation Spreads, California Ethnic Media Overcome Pandemic Losses to Inform Communities

A new EMS survey shows ethnic media in CA remain resilient despite serious financial challenges from the pandemic.

Reporting Fellowship Invests in Community Journalists to Empower Civic Engagement

aims to provide community and ethnic media journalists with the tools they need to bring greater accountability to local elected officials.

Q&A: Russian American Newspaper Publisher Wants US to Close Russian TV Channels

The agency will be translating all written materials into the 15 most-used languages in the state and adding more interpreters to its phone lines.

Political Divides Color Latin American Coverage of War in Ukraine

In Latin America, media outlets in Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua have offered Moscow the most support by blaming NATO and the West for the events in Ukraine.

As Western World Rallies to Support Ukraine, Media in Asia Divided on Coverage...

As the West rallies in its support for Ukraine, media in Asia are offering a more nuanced perspective in line with their country’s dealings with Russia.

Solidaridad con los periodistas en México

Seis periodistas han sido asesinados en México este año: José Luis Gamboa de Veracruz, el 10 de enero; Margarito Martínez Esquivel, de Tijuana, el...

Solidarity with Journalists in Mexico

Also available in Spanish. By Gabriel Lerner, Editor Emeritus, La Opinion Six journalists have been killed in Mexico this year: José Luis Gamboa from Veracruz, on...

Q&A: ABS CBN Still a Bedrock for FilAm Diaspora

Two years after the Filipino broadcaster lost a bid to renew its frequency, the station has turned to digital programming to connect Filipinos worldwide.

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