journalism

Real Media: Hot Off The Press

May 14, 2018
In collaboration with DeSmog, Real Media takes on #ShellKnew – an unfolding story of Shell’s awareness of its impact on climate change and how it has managed its image through PR as being a green socially responsible company, and the Trade Secrets Act which gives more rights to corporations above journalists and whistleblowers

Real Media: Media & Mistrust

October 28, 2017

Sociologist and author Tom Mills talks about growing public mistrust of the media, who owns the print media, and how the broadcast media tends to draw its journalists from certain sectors of society

Slain Maltese Journalist Had Powerful Enemies

October 17, 2017

Daphne Caruana Galizia, a Maltese journalist who exposed the financial corruption of Maltese elites, has been assassinated in a car bombing. We discuss her life and work with economist and attorney James Henry of the Tax Justice Network

Peace In Colombia

August 2, 2017
A New Generation of Paramilitary Groups are Killing Social Activists in Colombia Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for social activists. We speak to Bladimir Sanchez Espitia, a TRNN collaborator who documents cases of human rights violations and has received a “death letter” himself

Ida B Wells

July 17, 2017
In the second part of the series celebrating Wells’ 155th birthday, her great grandson explores how Wells would have reacted to Trump’s hostility to the media and the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement

John Pilger: Julian Assange is Cleared of Rape Allegations, but Far From Free

May 22, 2017

Filmmaker and journalist John Pilger says Swedish authorities should be ’embarrassed’ for pursuing what he called trumped up accusations against Assange and also how journalists are increasingly targeted as enemies of the state.

TRIPS: The Story of How Intellectual Property Became Linked to Trade

October 30, 2016
Professor Peter Drahos says the story of the trade agreement is not just a story of power, it’s also a story of clever psychology

Officers Withdrawn from North Dakota Following Arrest of Madison Elected Official

October 20, 2016

Madison Common Council Alderperson Rebecca Kemble speaks out after her arrest while working as a legal observer during the growing resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline

Journalist Amy Goodman to Turn Herself in to Defend Freedom of the Press

October 14, 2016

UPDATE: After dropping trespassing charges, prosecutors have now charged Goodman with participating in a ‘riot’.