journalism

08 Dec 2021

Immeasurable Influence: Bill Gates Pumps $319 Million into Media Outlets

What do you associate with Bill Gates?  He’s the founder of Microsoft and one of the richest men alive. Nevertheless, you may think of him as a philanthropist. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the world’s largest private charitable entity, after all.  When you think of Bill Gates, do

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06 Dec 2021

Speak Truth to Power With City College’s Journalism Classes, Now Enrolling Students

Editor’s note: Enrollment is now open for the Spring 2022 semester, which starts January 18. Classes are remote and free for SF residents through Free City. You can see some of CCSF Journalism students’ work from the Spring 2021 semester published across 48hills, KQED, The Guardsman, and San Francisco Bay

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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28 Oct 2019

We’re Living Through the Golden Age of Yellow Journalism

This originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column for the SF Examiner. I don’t know about you, but I’m burned out. I spend so much time absorbing the constant barrage of information that bombards me from my computer and phone that I feel totally drained. I have some of my

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05 Jun 2019

The Lede: When News, Food and Booze Collide…in Oakland

There’s a transforming space in Oakland that may not call itself a pub but will function more like actual public houses of years past than any other place around. Pubs were once places where people gathered for much more than a pint and warm meal. They were community centers in

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28 Jun 2018

SF Chronicle Investigation Reveals Nothing About SF Homeless Problem…Again

For the second year in a row, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Heather Knight kicked off the SF Homeless Project with a splashy front-page article in which the voices of homeless people are nearly absent. Last year’s lead article used innovative data-driven reporting to illustrate how annoying homeless people are (but

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07 Aug 2017

Weird & Wonderful: What is the Future of Journalism?

This time Weird & Wonderful is extra fantastic because it’s a double ep and its focused on what the future of journalism might look like.

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