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Alden Global trying to buy publisher of 2 Arizona newspapers

A hedge fund group is trying to buy the publisher of Arizona newspapers in Tucson and Flagstaff.

Mexico’s president admits protections for journalists ineffective after recent murder

A journalist was gunned down Thursday in the Mexican state of Veracruz.

Jelani Cobb: "Whose Vote Counts?"

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Do political debates still have value?

A UA expert on civil discourse insists voters have the final say.

Different perspectives at the Tucson Desert Art Museum.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An essay about mortality in the time of COVID-19; and a dash of audio madness from the youth of the Scamp Radio (1/2) Hour.

Fake news a growing threat in 2020

A UA researcher is updating a study that detailed deceptive tactics in the 2016 election cycle.

What Americans need to talk about.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet 1A's new host Jenn White; voices from the Tucson March for Justice; and Doug 'Cosmo' Clifford rediscovers a "Magic Window".

Getting "Anti-Social" with author Andrew Marantz.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The conclusion of Youth Crossing Gender Borders: "The Roots of Transphobia".

Arizona 360 interviews Christiane Amanpour

The renowned journalist was in Tucson to receive the Zenger Award for Press Freedom.

How effective are anti-tobacco campaigns?

A discussion with UA professor Bo Yang, an expert in health communications.

Ray Manley's Arizona

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "From Grief to Acceptance" with Misty Proffitt-Thompson; HOCO Fest 2019 is the biggest yet; and a visit to the Vegan restaurant Tumerico.

Arizona-Sonora short film contest, workshop open for submissions

The contest is accepting films about life in the borderlands by students and nonprofessionals.

'Fearless' student podcasters explore big issues

A profile of some of the students and the teacher behind Tucson's City High Radio.

Arizona, Sonora ink nonbinding deal to draw more filmmakers

Officials hope the region will compete with other world film destinations.

Tensions Between the Press and State Arise In Mexico

The president's viral commentary has sparked worry about the impact of that rhetoric on journalists in the country.

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