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  • Much remains unsaid since the slaughter at Charlie Hebdo

    It's not hard to imagine the scorn that the artists and writers of Charlie Hebdo might heap on the dour protests their deaths provoked. I can see a cartoon lampooning the political luminaries and cultural lions who turned out, trudging along in solemn...
  • 'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry

    'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry
    Scott Timberg believes America's creative class is being destroyed by what he calls today's "winner-take-all" economy. Backing his argument with an avalanche of empirical evidence from across the music, publishing, newspaper, movie and architecture...
  • Deadly attacks on journalists in Afghanistan rise, threatening free press

    When Afghan journalist Hussain Sirat's car disappeared in late December, he assumed it was simply theft, until a man called to say that he had the vehicle, and a gun with which he planned to kill him. In the weeks since then, Sirat, an editor at...
  • Japan weighs ransom in Islamic State threat to kill hostages

    The Islamic State group threatened to kill two Japanese hostages within 72 hours, demanding a $200 million ransom in a video posted online Tuesday that showed a knife-brandishing masked militant standing over the two kneeling captives. Prime Minister...
  • A look at the hostages still believed held by the Islamic State group

    A look at the hostages still believed held by the Islamic State group
    A list of foreign hostages believed held by the Islamic State group and some of those who have been released, reportedly in exchange for ransom money: KENJI GOTO and HARUNA YUKAWA: The Islamic State group threatened to kill the two Japanese hostages in a...
  • Faced with Islamic State group threat to kill hostages, Japan weighs whether to pay ransom

    The Islamic State group threatened to kill two Japanese hostages within 72 hours, demanding a $200 million ransom in a video posted online Tuesday that showed a knife-brandishing masked militant standing over the two kneeling captives. Prime Minister...
  • William Woestendiek, former USC journalism school director, dies at 90

    William Woestendiek, former USC journalism school director, dies at 90
    William Woestendiek, a journalist and former director of the University of Southern California school of journalism, died at a Mesa, Ariz., nursing facility Friday after a long illness. He was 90.  A reporter and editor of several newspapers, such as...
  • Guardian: British spy agency GCHQ kept emails from journalists at major publications

    The Guardian has reported that British spy agency GCHQ saved emails from journalists at BBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post and other major news organizations. The newspaper said Monday its information was based on an analysis of documents...
  • Snapshot returns: 'Rehab Sunglasses' on repurposed multimedia gal

    Snapshot returns: 'Rehab Sunglasses' on repurposed multimedia gal
    So there’s this great piece of music courtesy of Dan O’Connor. It’s called “Rehab Sunglasses” and I’ve used this song at least twice in my documentary short work as a multimedia journalist, now for Chicago Tribune Media...
  • Still seeking equality, 50 years after the Civil Rights Act

    Still seeking equality, 50 years after the Civil Rights Act
    To grow up in Atlanta is to be always aware of Martin Luther King Jr. and how his story intertwines with your own fate. I was born in 1978 less than a mile from the Atlanta house where King grew up. As a schoolchild, I visited Auburn Avenue —...
  • William Woestendiek dies at 90; former USC journalism school director

    William Woestendiek, an editor who led Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper investigations before ending his career as director of the USC school of journalism, died Friday at a Mesa, Ariz., nursing facility after a long illness, his family said. He was 90....