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Facebook's Struggle To Manage Content Detailed In Troubling New Report
Wired magazine found infighting and incompetence at the social media giant.
Leah Millis / Reuters
Capital Gazette Receives Pulitzer Prize Special Citation For Newsroom Shooting Coverage
Multiple news outlets won awards for coverage of mass shootings in their communities, including the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Vice Becomes Latest Media Outlet To Slash Staff Amid Industry Shakeup
The list includes McClatchy, AOL, HuffPost, Yahoo, BuzzFeed and Gannett.
Donald Trump Reportedly Cancels This Year's White House Holiday Press Party
CNN boycotted the event in 2017.
Brazil's Next President Jair Bolsonaro Declares War On 'Fake News' Media
By Anthony Boadle and Gram Slattery, Reuters
Bolsonaro, nicknamed "Brazil's Donald Trump," has vowed to withdraw government advertising from media outlets deemed to be "lying."
New Poll Shows Americans Hit By Extreme Weather Want The Media To Cover Climate Change
Nexus Media News
, Editorial Partner
Some politicians say it's inappropriate to talk about climate change when disaster strikes. Most North Carolina voters disagree.
Leah Millis / Reuters
CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Rank News Outlets By Trustworthiness
The social media titan says the rankings will determine placement in its News Feed feature.
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If You’re On The Internet Talking About A Shooting, Remember These Things
Misinformation spreads like wildfire after a shooting. But it doesn't have to.
Trump’s War On The First Amendment
Donald Trump has redoubled his attacks on the news media, suggesting critical outlets should have their licenses revoked. But how realistic is that actually happening?
Come On Baby, Fight My Liar -- Redux
Author, Humorist, Workshop Leader
While Rappoport seems bought into the Breitbart / Trump / Drudge camp, the article is worth reading. Here is a pertinent
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Hope In 2017: Preventing The Spread Of False News And Partisan News Cycles
Professor of Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research
Transitioning to a state of hope in our divided political country will not be easy, but it is one that the continuity of
Protecting Our Fourth Estate: The Plunder of Politics and PR
I'm the guy that invented the first periodic table of influenc...
Agents of trust, as advanced by the PR industry, are in fact advocates not information officers. They are trained to drive
President Donald Trump: An Earthquake For America's Media
In the wake of its failure, the humility one would expect from the media has been largely lacking. Instead of a post-mortem
How The Media Swept Trump To Victory
Paul Spector MD
Health consultant and writer specializing in prevention and ag...
Eyeballs glass over when viewing a complicated story. Therefore media embraces the simple message and Trump is a master of the simple message.
Protests, Rallies And Mayhem. What Do We Do Now?
Tim Rymel, M.Ed.
Author | Educator | Dad
It's important our voices are heard, but more important that we're making an actual difference in people's lives, while working toward the unity, inclusiveness and education we want for our country. It's time to get to work.
A Priest And The Elections In A Very Political Town
Priest, writer and life-long animal and nature lover
As a nation we have lost the ability to communicate to one another. We speak and we listen only to those with whom we agree.
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Confronting the Coming Terrorist Diaspora
Professor, University of Southern California
Islamic State has held Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, for more than two years. The IS forces now face an imminent assault
How to Avoid Picking Up Prejudice from the Media
The Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
Indeed, studies have found that when people consume media that include positive interactions between in-group and out-group
The News And Its New Silent Majority: Clinton Supporters
Journalism professor, author, podcaster
This election, I've been trying an experiment, judging journalism from a different perspective, from the outside, as a member of a community and a partisan. I don't like what I'm learning about my profession.
5 Ways Broadcast News Is Ruining The 2016 Election
When did media journalism go so postmodern on us? Ah, but facts are so boring; "optics" and "narratives" are much cooler. At least in literature class, we learned to analyze and deconstruct the text.
Today's Political Communication Mis-'Tweets' The Public
Adjunct Professor of Political Communication
Is this the future of political campaign communication? Will the public allow social media blitzes and "rant and riff" campaign rallies to be the major vehicles of candidates for President of the United States to communicate their thoughts and vision for the country's future?
Why Reading Newspapers Might Make Donald Trump Happier
Ehab Al Shihabi
Former advisor to the Director General at Al Jazeera Media Net...
Anyone who thinks the world is a mean, dangerous place, may simply be watching too much television news and the solution could be as simple as reading more newspapers.
Every Time You Say "All Lives Matter" You Are Being an Accidental Racist
CEO of Galatea, Series Editor of Best American Experimental Wr...
You can totally stop being an ignorant racist right now. This instant. You don't even have to lift a finger. All you have to do is learn. I've said it before and I'll say it again: it is never a bad thing to learn.
Fox News Has Your Back. (or: A Humorous Piece About How the News Media Covers Tragedy
Real news is what the Congress is going to do about the out-of-control apocalyptic gun violence problem that is eating away
And yet, news stories of Tuesday's event led with Trump's expansive harangue, offering a breathless tattletale of his most
Remembering the Values Our Vets Fought For
President & CEO, PurpleAmerica.us
In 2009, while in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, a video crew and I interviewed vets who had just returned from a deployment to Iraq. We asked several of them and their families what America stood for and what values they felt they fought for.
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