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Microsoft Trimming News Team Workforce Amid AI Shift: Report

Microsoft is reportedly trimming its workforce in the news business further amid shift to artificial intelligence (AI)-based algorithms and automation to perform their editorial...

Women Reporters Produce More Trustworthy COVID-19 News Reports: Study

Recent research finds that women are more likely than men to produce trustworthy news reports on the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Factual, a...

Will Indian Media be the Same After COVID-19 Crisis?

By N.S.Venkataraman It is distressing to learn that a few print and visual media managements have closed down some of the editions, sacked a few...

Facebook Pledges To Invest $100 Million For Supporting Coronavirus-Hit Journalism Industry

Facebook has pledged to invest an additional $100 million to support journalists at a time when ad revenues are declining due to the economic...

According to a Survey, 3 in 5 Indian Journalists Face Threats

About three in five Journalists in India receive threats or pressure at some point of time, mostly through social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter...

Nepal Government Pushes Journalists to Avoid Critical Reporting on China, Tibet

Government officials in Nepal are pushing journalists to avoid critical reporting on China, one of the nation’s largest investors as part of Beijing’s One...

Facebook May Soon Hire Journalists in Order to Tackle Fake News

In order to better tackle fake news and improve quality of content on its platform, Facebook might hire a new generation of digital-era journalists...

Google Announces to Train Indian Journalists For Fair Election Coverage

As India elections inch closer, Google on Thursday announced to train journalists in online verification and fact-checking, digital safety and security, YouTube for elections coverage and data visualization for elections. Google News Initiative,...

Reuters Journalists’ Appeal Gets Rejected by Myanmar Court

A Myanmar court on Friday rejected the appeal of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jail on charges of breaking the Official...

Facebook Dismisses Report of Journalists’ Frustration With Fact-Checking

Facebook has dismissed a media report that claimed journalists working as factcheckers for the social media giant are frustrated and are ending partnerships as...

Journalists Around The World Faced Intimidation and Prison in 2018: Report

A multipronged crackdown on the press continued throughout 2018, the Committee to Protect Journalists concludes in a report published Thursday. Imprisonment, intimidation and allegations that journalists produce...

Facebook Rolls Out New Tool that Lets Journalists Examine Political Ads

With midterm elections in the US and general elections in several other countries knocking at the door, Facebook has rolled out a new tool...

Google to Train 8,000 Indian Journalists on Fact-checking

To guard journalists from falling prey to false news stories, Google India on Tuesday said it will provide training to 8,000 journalists in English...

Foreign Journalists Quit as The Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia, Fired The Top Editor

All but a handful of foreign journalists on staff at The Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia’s last remaining independent daily newspaper, resigned on Wednesday. Citing...

Facebook doesn’t Hire Journalists, says Sheryl Sandberg

San Francisco, Oct 14: As people debate Facebook's role in influencing people during the US presidential elections by Russian ads and fake news on...

54 Journalists attacked in India in the span of 16 months by “lawmakers and law enforcers”, says Report

New Delhi, May 3, 2017: As many as 54 attacks on journalists were reported in 16 months, mainly by "lawmakers and law enforcers", a report...

Maharashtra to soon initiate Pension Scheme for the Journalists, says CM Fadnavis

Mumbai, April 11, 2017: Maharashtra to soon initiate pension scheme for the journalists, as declared by the CM Devendra Fadnavis in the Legislative council of...

Two dozen of their brethren killed since 1992, Indian Journalists ask for New Law to Protect their Rights

Sept 07, 2016: Indian journalists are demanding a fresh law that protects their rights in the wake of a new report that claims more...

Since 1992, 27 Indian journalists investigating corruption have been murdered, says Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) of New York

New Delhi, September 1, 2016: The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a non-profit organisation based in New York, stated that as many as 27 journalists have...

Kanhaiya Kumar attacked in court, sent to 14 day custody

New Delhi: Kanhaiya Kumar, JNU students Union President was assaulted by lawyers on Wednesday when he was entering Patiala House court room, witnesses said. Immediately...

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