City of Madison

(Press)ed for Freedom: As U.S. erupts with protests in wake of George Floyd death, debate on press rights ignites as journalists covering events face police violence

Madison journalists, journalism students weigh in on what current treatment of press means to them, UW professors discuss legal rights

ArtsEtc

Tamia Fowlkes, UW junior, featured on NBC News’ ‘Meet the Press: College Roundtable’

Fowlkes, joined by student journalists, show moderator Chuck Todd, interviewed NAACP president Derrick Johnson

UW-Madison Campus

UW journalism professors urge Fox News to stop spreading COVID-19 misinformation

'It's a question of not actively misinforming people who are vulnerable,' UW professor says

Multimedia

Recent podcast boom provides fresh, engaging source of voice, extends to UW students

UW students such as Claudia Rodriguez, Justine Betti utilize podcast format for "Aux, Please," spotlighting undiscovered music radio stations don't uncover

Movies

The best movies about journalism of all-time

Decades old journalism movies have slipped below young adults' radar, been forgotten

Editorial

Editorial Board: #HomeIsWhereWIArent — a hard truth, a call to action for media

More than just a student paper, The Badger Herald is the students’ paper. Here, if you have a voice, you have a place.

UW-Madison Campus

Expert panel discusses ethics of immigration reporting

Varied group of experts agreed on importance of ethical language in immigration reporting

Column

On media violence and the truths we don’t tell

A reflection on broken stories and how we can fix them

Column

An informed citizenry, a dynamic democracy: Fighting political misinformation

Spread of misinformation on social media threatens freedom of information

Column

Local news has a global impact

As corporations consume and corrupt local newpapers, the integrity of democracy is jeopardized