What’s it really like to head up a world class news organization? The New York Times’ Bill Keller shares with readers the loneliness of command: Q. I think a lot of young journalists and editors, myself included, are curious about what a day in the shoes of Bill Keller is like. Can you walk us through a normal work day […]
I was one of the people interviewed for Andrew Currah’s What’s Happening to Our News, which is out today. Don’t let that put you off. Andrew’s an economic geographer — different, I guess, from a geographic economist — maybe it’s an economist who knows where he is.
In the Jerusalem Post, Mitchell Barak calls for an Israeli Al Jazeera English.
Mads Gilbert is a critic of US foreign policy and of Israel. He also happens to be a Norwegian emergency medicine specialist who is currently working inside Gaza. As a doctor, he has shown up in TV reports describing the situation inside his medical facility. But as a critic of Israel/US policy he is under attack himself, from predictable […]