Inside Story

Why are journalists increasingly becoming a target?

At least 10 journalists were killed in Afghanistan on Monday. Reporters in many countries face threats every day.

The Listening Post

Press freedom on trial: The DNC lawsuit against WikiLeaks

Could the DNC's legal battle against WikiLeaks set a dangerous precedent for press freedom?

Media

'A dark day': Tributes for journalists killed in Kabul

At least nine journalists killed in Afghan capital blast while arriving at scene to cover aftermath of earlier bombing.

'A dark day': Tributes for journalists killed in Kabul

The Listening Post

Undercover for RVision: Reporting Myanmar's Rohingya story

Rohingya VisionTV relies on undercover citizen journalists to tell Myanmar's Rohingya story from the inside.

Journalism

Global press freedom on downward trend: index

2018 World Press Freedom Index, which ranks freedom of journalists in 180 countries, raises safety concerns.

Global press freedom on downward trend: World Press Freedom Index

The Listening Post

How the media covered the Syria strikes

Part of the geopolitical showdown that followed alleged chemical attacks in Douma is being fought over the airwaves.

Press Freedom

Egypt renews detention of Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein

Qatar-based network calls on Egypt to release its journalist, who has spent almost 500 days in jail without charge.

Egypt renews detention of Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein

The Listening Post

Red lines and military strikes: Media coverage of the Syrian war

We map the politics and aesthetics of the Syria news coverage. Plus, what's behind enduring sexism in the Italian media?

The Listening Post

Why did Pakistan's Geo TV go dark?

Pakistan's largest TV network has been taken off air in most parts of the country.

The Listening Post

Geo goes dark: Media and the military in Pakistan

Media mystery in Pakistan: who ordered Geo News off the air? Plus, covering the world's largest biometric database.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Jimmy Wales: Fake news, WikiTribune and the future of journalism

Wikipedia cofounder Jimmy Wales discusses his new venture WikiTribune and the fight against fake news.

Media

Al Jazeera wins Broadcaster of the Year award at NYF

Qatar-based network receives 40 prizes in total, including NYF's Broadcaster of the Year for a second year in a row.

Al Jazeera wins New York Festivals' Broadcaster of the Year award

The Listening Post

Pulling the strings: Sinclair Broadcast's 'fake news' scandal

Why a viral video raises concerns about America's biggest local TV news network, the Sinclair Broadcast Group.

Pulling the strings: Sinclair Broadcast's 'fake news' scandal

The Listening Post

Myths and money in Britain's 'poverty porn' industry

How a British media trend demonising the poor could have implications for the welfare system and people depending on it.

Reporter's Notebook

The day I went viral: Inside Orban's media crackdown

When Dan Nolan set out to expose how the Hungarian state media systematically targets opposition voices, he became a target himself.