As freelancers become an increasingly important part of news coverage, a new effort in London has launched to help represent independent war journalists and photographers. More »
Miho Hatanaka and her colleagues shared several English abstracts of their work on the impact of trauma and stress on journalists with Elana Newman and Kelsey Parker, who have provided a brief overview of the research findings. More »
An informal breakfast gathering during the 2012 Dart Academic Fellowship last June resulted in a special focus on the Utoya massacre in this month's Journal of Media Ethics. More »
As the 2013 Asia Pacific Fellowship continues in Bangkok, Fellows provided thumbnail sketches of their colleagues and faculty members. More »
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