Journalism

21 Mar 19
everthedreamerblog

  This week I would like to introduce Christian author Rebecca Carey Lyles, author of the heartwarming Kate Nielson series. Rebecca grew up in beautiful Wyoming and currently resides in Idaho with her husband, Steve.  She writes in a warm, flowing style that puts her readers into the heart of vividly stunning locations alongside engaging characters facing what […]

21 Mar 19
Turtleboy

  Earlier today we published the police report from Fall River documenting the desecration of a Jewish cemetery. The report contradicts reports from WBZ and the Boston Globe (Boston.com is the Boston Globe for people too stupid to figure that out on their own) As you can see, the police submitted to evidence pictures of […]

21 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Blythe Robinson, who recently gave up her job as executive director in Wellesley, quickly reappeared as the new city administrator in Norfolk, according to the Sun Chronicle. We went to Norfolk to confirm a launch date, but we have not heard it yet. Robinson, who served as executive director of Wellesley for just over two […]

21 Mar 19
Media law matters (and so do ethics)

Lots of angles for any 2006MAPA students looking at ethical fallout from the New Zealand terror attack in the excellent Columbia Journalism Review newsletter: “For Australia’s ABC, Rashna Farrukh, a Muslim woman who worked in a junior role at Sky News Australia, explains that last week’s mosque massacre in New Zealand drove her to quit the […]

21 Mar 19
Political Madness

NewsBusters: At this point in Donald Trump’s presidency we’ve become almost numb to the daily panic and screeching that defines his press coverage. Some can’t take it anymore. They shouldn’t show CNN at airports for fear those people will jump out of the planes in mid-air to escape it all. But at the dawn of […]

21 Mar 19
My Sharing Space

Welcome to my site Legends! Hope your week is treating you well, more than halfway to Friday so I’m sure none of you would be complaining! Graduated from High School last year & I am now Currently studying: Bachelor Of Communication {Journalism} at Deakin University Burwood #Deakindragons. For all those who are just at the […]

21 Mar 19
sports topics

The year is finally coming to an end and journalism is switching to new things. For this last quarter I would like to learn how to actually photoshop and edit photos and videos like a pro. So if I do decide to join the yearbook class I would pass it with flying colors

21 Mar 19
Houston SEO Consultant - #1 Search Engine Optimization in Texas

GNI Subscriptions lab: invigorating the business model for news GNI Subscriptions lab: invigorating the business model for news: GNI Subscriptions lab: invigorating the business model for news Editor’s note: As part of the Google News Initiative, we work with news publishing partners across the world on efforts to help the industry thrive in the digital […]

21 Mar 19
Rose Johns

PR lead Our beloved polar bear, Homer, passed away this morning at the age of 16, we are looking into the causes of his death. Journalism lead A 16-year-old polar bear was found dead at the Midland zoo this morning, this is the third animal to pass at the zoo in the past two weeks.

21 Mar 19
Russia News Now

Authored by Tom Luongo, Governments have lost control of the narrative that they are in control of events. Everyday I wake up to another instance of outrageous censorship from some ‘social media’ company blocking or banning someone for no apparent reason. The latest outrage is Twitter banning the account of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange’s mother, Christine. […]

21 Mar 19
Leans Right

Some people have deeply ingrained and uncontrollable behavior characteristics that go beyond rational behavior. They believe they operate with good intentions. Surely, they believe they mean well. They do some really “good things” – occasionally even evoking reactions of “WOW, did you see that?” Yet, at the same time, they also inadvertently take actions that […]

21 Mar 19
Russia News Now

Tom Luongo Governments have lost control of the narrative that they are in control of events. Everyday I wake up to another instance of outrageous censorship from some ‘social media’ company blocking or banning someone for no apparent reason. The latest outrage is Twitter banning the account of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange’s mother, Christine. Australian and […]

21 Mar 19
nuclear-news

Daniel Ellsberg Calls Chelsea Manning “an American Hero”    Marjorie Cohn, Truthout, March 20, 2019 Two years after being released from prison where she had served seven years for exposing U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan, Chelsea Manning was jailed once again for refusing to answer questions before a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. […]

21 Mar 19
Ed B on Sports

Paula was born in Deerlodge, Montana, but spent most of her pivotal years in St. Louis, Missouri. She survived the awkward glasses/braces/acne years thanks in large part to a healthy sense of humor and the ability to laugh at herself. She then went on to study at the University of Missouri, where she majored in […]