Media & Journalism

New York Public Radio goes live in benefit

Ark Republic is part of growing ecosystem of news media working outside of mainstream channels. That’s why we said, “hell yes” to an invitation from New York Public Radio (NYPR) to join them for their 2nd annual New York Public Radio LIVE at Brooklyn Bowl on Thursday.

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Gunman shoots up Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland

Annapolis, USA. 29 June 2018. A police officer speaks to the media near the scene of a mass shooting in Annapolis, the capital city of eastern U.S. state Maryland, on June 28, 2018. Five people were killed on Thursday afternoon with several "gravely injured" in a mass shooting at local daily newspaper Capital Gazette in Annapolis, the capital city of eastern U.S. state Maryland, police said. Credit: Yang Chenglin) (yk/Xinhua/Alamy Live News

Five employees of the Capital Gazette are murdered by gunman said to carry a grudge. The paper continues to operate after bloody tragedy.

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We will not be moved: In response to violence against the Press | Think Piece

From the shooting deaths of five press members at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday, June 28, questions, shock and blame emerge.

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National Geographic comes to terms with its racist coverage

Pawan Sharma

Racism, as part of American culture in any institution is far from an anomaly, but what happens when the standard bearer of international journalism comes to terms with its own contribution to the oppressive construct?

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Have journalists learned nothing from 2016

Oprah gave a dope acceptance speech at the 2018 Golden Globes ceremony. The fact that we now have a national conversation about her fitness for the Presidency says more about the news media than it does about her.

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