pierre omidyar

Homeland Is Not a Series is a quick, interesting, quirky and insightful look at what has come to be known as "The Homeland Incident," showing now on Field of Vision.
Today, we are at crossroads, not only in American politics but in American minds, of our view of Iran. Do we forgive the transgressions of the past and forget the chants of Death bestowed upon the Great Satan, whose citizen were marched on television blindfolded and branded spies; or do we refuse to see a population that is consistently asking for less Islam in their government and more freedoms akin to the democracy we implement here at home?
MUMBAI -- The Foundation for Ecological Security in India has transformed denuded hillsides and valleys into healthier, biodiverse environments with opportunities for families to expand their livelihoods. This could be just the beginning of bigger things to come.
Funded by billionaire eBay founder Pierre Omiydar, First Look was supposed to be home to a number of high-profile, stand
Writing about the boss is always dicey. News outlets have never been good about reporting on themselves due to obvious bias
Why, when it comes to applying their vast talents and even vaster bank accounts to the Gordian Knot of journalism, do Internet pioneers revert back to the old school model?
Reported.ly is a step forward for the media company after months of internal conflict and concerns regarding editorial control
The decision to close Racket raises more questions about the direction of First Look, a company backed with much fanfare
Humanity United, established by Omidyar and his wife Pam in 2005, was involved in founding The Freedom Fund, the world's
Disclosure: Pierre Omidyar is the founder of Honolulu's Civil Beat, which is partnered with The Huffington Post for HuffPost