The Invention of Journalistic Objectivity
In the contemporary United States we tend to expect journalists to separate fact and opinion. It's actually a relatively new phenomenon.
To Fix Fake News, Look To Yellow Journalism
Fake news has plenty of precedents in the history of mass media, and particularly, in the history of American journalism.
How Hulk Hogan v. Gawker May Change the Face of Journalism
The recent Gawker vs. Hogan spat is the latest in the long history of journalism, free speech, gossip, and the law.
Pulp Nonfiction: The Unlikely Origin of American Mass Media
How wood pulp paper created the American mass media.