Jasper Jackson is the New Statesman’s digital editor. He was formerly assistant editor of Media Guardian, and editor of TheMediaBriefing.
The editor is stepping down after 26 years.
A lawsuit filed by parents of those killed in the 2012 massacre means the Infowars host might finally have to face the consequences of his actions.
Conspiracy theories have moved from the fringe to the mainstream. How can we fight back?
If balance is what you seek, the obvious solution is to pick a central point.
Grassroots group founder says he plans to focus on his role on the party’s National Executive Committee.
The PR campaign launched during the visit of Saudi Prince Mohammad bin Salman shows why online ads are ideal for moulding narratives.
In the modern world, the worst excesses of the press are just a small part of a much bigger problem.
Two stories from opposite sides of the political spectrum over the past week show quite how far such theories have come.
Digital media is not, and will likely never be, anywhere near as lucrative as technology.
Stripping perceived endorsement of far-right figures is great, but highlights a bigger problem with tech platforms.