November 15, 2023
The Friend Zone Podcast: Where Personal Growth, Pop Culture, and Journalism Meet
In a digital age saturated with content, where substance is often overshadowed by style, "The Friend Zone" reminds us that journalism can be a vehicle for meaningful discourse, even in the most unconventional of spaces.
October 23, 2023
The Jonathan Van Ness Effect: Transforming Modern Journalism
Van Ness may not call themself a journalist, arguably many would not. Yet they continue to push the boundaries of modern storytelling, with a keen eye on discerning misinformation and a focus on lending their voice to some of the most controversial and important topics for vulnerable communities today.
April 29, 2023
Vox Media Sued for Copyright Infringement over Protest Image
Freedom News TV claims that The Verge used a still image of a protest on its website without permission or authorization from the licensing company.
October 12, 2022
Five Questions with Young Jas, Houston’s Next Media Maven
Young Jas is making her mark in radio and music. She hosts her own radio show every weeknight from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m on 97.9 The Box and DJ’s professionally at music festivals around the world, most recently at Rolling Loud New York 2022. The Click caught up with Young Jas to hear more about her career and her plans for the future.
August 17, 2022
Opinion: Objectively Unobjective in Today’s News Landscape
Things are not normal now. Why are we still behaving like it is?