- Special Projects
It’s not as if editors are standing by, waiting to police the comment string that follows news articles. We all should do our part to make this work.
Instead of demolishing the Fourth Estate, what if our new president-elect built it back up?
Credit Civil Beat for coming up with a creative approach to candidate videos. But the resulting coverage could have been more balanced.
More and more reporters are being dragged into court under false pretenses in an attempt to throttle journalistic freedom.
The criminal trial of the Big Island mayor demonstrates why reporters shouldn’t cross the line between journalism and politics.
In an era where information is everywhere, it’s important for everyone to make sure the articles they’re sharing on social media check out.
Reporting on another sunny day in Waikiki is useless. It’s time for Hawaii’s TV stations to get serious about covering climate change.
It’s not just Hillary Clinton. From their clothes to their military service, women are treated by a different standard in the media.
Addressing some key issues raised by readers about the publication of a video showing the Big Island mayor giving a profanity-laced toast.