In response to the White House’s decision to ban a CNN reporter in retaliation for asking a question, ten Senators have introduced a resolution condemning increasing infringement on press freedom, with the support of several national civil liberties organizations.
NCAC has signed on to a statement authored by the Student Press Law Center in response to the shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper and the targeting of journalists.
Following the publication of a controversial editorial, an independent student newspaper at TSU has been threatened with revocation of funding and an imposed review of its editorial process.
After a member of the La Salle University’s faculty hosted an optional symposium with special guests (read: exotic dancers), the editors of the university’s paper The Collegian knew they had a story on their hands. One of the Collegian staff members interviewed two students who had attended the conference, as well as university officials and the professor […]
The New York Times ran an article this past Saturday, “Voices From Above Silence a Cable TV Feud”, about how GE and NewsCorp enforced a kind of “cease-fire” – otherwise known as corporate censorship – on MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann and Fox’s Bill O’Reilly. While I’ve always found the battle between Olberman and O’Reilly to be […]