Gov. Murphy recently signed a bill allocating $5 million in state funds for grants to improve information access for communities across the state.
The Monmouth University poll shows that 77 percent of people surveyed believe the main stream media disseminates 'fake news' at least occasionally, and 42 percent think they do it 'in order to push an ...
Ideas can spread incredibly quickly with social networks, including misinformation.
NJ Spotlight put a day-long event on policies to improve New Jersey’s cities and got ideas from many.
Frontline teamed up with New Yorker Contributor Jelani Cobb and followed Newark's Police Department for a year to show the challenges it faced in a broken community.
Students involved in PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs visited the new Agnes Varis NJTV Studio to learn about how NJTV News is produced.
As social media takes an increasingly important role in daily life, colleges and universities are responding by teaching courses on the subject.
While many kept home by the winter storm kept their electricity, Facebook and Instagram went down.
Ella Watson-Stryker is honored for work with Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières’ emergency team in West Africa.
The Center for Cooperative Media recently held a seminar entitled "Take a Deep Dive into Politics" for New Jersey investigative and political reporters to learn where to find political information.
With images of confrontations coming out of Ferguson, some are questioning media coverage.
New Jersey Monthly Editor Ken Schlager says there have been many renovations made along the Jersey Shore and the beaches look great, fresh and ready for visitors.
East Side High School student Eric Arce is a finalist in the New Vision Awards for his PSA depicting the dangerous consequences of cyber bullying.
Sophie Sabin, an eighth-grader at Philip's Academy Charter School in Newark, is one of 11 youth journalists named PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs All-Stars.
NJTV has received eight New York Emmy nominations in various categories.