Brockhouse questioned the relationships between journalists and City Hall sources and the public information request process.
After years of staff and budget cuts, La Prensa de San Antonio is shutting down.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, with 193 local television stations nationwide, has long required local affiliates to air company-produced opinion pieces.
Although “it’s a difficult time to be a Latino in this country,” Jorge Ramos said, he has hope that the millennial and younger generations can act as change agents.
Less than a year since its launch, the online publication examining economic inequality in San Antonio, Folo Media, has folded.
NESA News is a student-run newspaper that covers school and community affairs, mental health, and NESA students’ achievements in the arts.
The Rivard Report announced three new hires who start this month as we work to sharpen and deepen our coverage of San Antonio.
Veteran television journalist Ted Koppel likened the relationship between President Donald Trump and the news media as “a dance of life.”
Jefferson High School alumnus, journalist, and novelist Jim Lehrer visited his alma mater Wednesday to speak to students, sharing insights from his long career as a writer.
Valtierra has seen how his images have become emblems of certain social movements and how his work – even today – has continued to transcend borders.