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Long Live Longform
Serious reportage thrives on the Internet, defying dire predictions
I Replied to Every PR Email I Received for a Week
Every press release. Every event invite. Every media alert. Everything.
An Independent Syrian Media Comes of Age at a Time of War
A spontaneous journalistic movement, made up of amateurs, is keeping hope alive despite attacks from both Isis and the regime
Freed American Journalist Returns Home to U.S.
After two years held captive by Syria terrorist group Jabhat al-Nushra, Curtis thanks those who campaigned for his release
China Releases Investigative Journalist After Almost Year in Jail
Liu was first detained last August on suspicion of "fabricating and spreading rumors"
Four Reporters Said to be Detained in Iran
It's not immediately clear why a group of journalists was arrested in Tehran
Jose Antonio Vargas, Journalist and Prominent Undocumented Immigrant, Detained at U.S. Border
At the border town of McAllen, Texas, Vargas realized he would need to pass through a Border Patrol checkpoint in order to leave
China Denies Trying to Ban Unapproved Critical Media Coverage
The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television issued rules saying reporters could only publish critical stories if their employer had signed off on it
The Case of the Progressive Plagiarist
Chris Hedges spoke truth to power while lying to his editors
A Year After Snowden's Leaks, Journalism Adapts
Journalists are learning to work with security professionals, and to protect their sources at a very early stage
The Supreme Court Did James Risen and the First Amendment a Favor
Been there, done that, says Matthew Cooper, who was threatened with prison after refusing to reveal his sources
NYT Journalist Faces Jail After Supreme Court Won't Hear His Case
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to weigh whether journalists have special free speech protections
Snatched From the Front Line
Kidnapped war reporters are being used as bargaining chips by their ruthless captors
Data Wizard Nate Silver's New Site Launches Under ESPN Ownership
The man who predicted the 2012 election says the new site will be more than just politics or sports
Today in Tabs: We Are All Once-In-a-Generation Talents
Goodbye Alec Baldwin, goodbye Piers Morgan!
Cartel Censorship Reaches Mexico City
Violence encroaches on the capital, and so does the pressure to muzzle real journalism.