Category: Media Landscape
Our best technology doesn’t do a good job of distinguishing fake news from real news. Here’s a look at why, and what publishers and audiences can do now.
To better understand the Indigenous data sovereignty movement, you have to know what constitutes data and how Native nations have collected it in the past.
What do the printing press and the internet have in common? Both revolutionized information access — and radicalized forces waiting in the wings.
The Fourth Estate has been threatened by digital publishing. But the new media landscape also presents an opportunity for the press to regain its strength.
Sites built with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines make the web user-friendly for everyone. Here are 5 websites that do online accessibility well.
Technology is constantly changing the way people engage with content. Anyone vying for an audience’s attention must keep up with these content trends.
Because of their role in a democratic society, the media have an ethical obligation to educate consumers on how to discern real from fake news stories.