“It’s a different thing” at the White House, he said. After revoking the press credentials of the Washington post after a critical article they wrote, Trump now says he wouldn’t do the … Continue reading Trump says he wouldn’t ban reporters from the White House
Rusbridger told the IBC legal conference in London: “It is the biggest threat to the press at the moment.” He noted that the fact UK police secretly access telecoms data in order … Continue reading Alan Rusbridger: Sources will die if we don’t ‘push back hard’ at snooper’s charter threat to press freedom
CONCLUSION: This article points out that the Government IS going to lie to us. PERIOD. They’ve admitted it as this article points out. It is important for journalists to remember. The government … Continue reading Pentagon Official Once Told Morley Safer That Reporters Who Believe the Government Are “Stupid”
There is no such thing as objective journalism, and in the case of Facebook, no requirement to be objective. This article merely said that FaceBook shouldn’t “give in to the bullies.” But … Continue reading Is Facebook’s newsfeed really biased against conservatives – and, if not, should it be?
The column, on CNN.com, was written by a corporate lobbyist and edited by Correct the Record, one of several pro-Clinton Super PACs. Hmmm, so this is what Super PACs are all about. … Continue reading Atlanta Mayor’s Column Ripping Bernie Sanders Drafted by Lobbyist, Emails Show
In an interview, Ben Rhodes suggests a clueless press did the White House’s bidding. Holy moly, this quote from a top Obama official. https://t.co/sggL8z2Nvl pic.twitter.com/XZmybh8Yqc — Matt Pearce (@mattdpearce) May 7, 2016 … Continue reading Obama official: Journalists today are clueless
“But do not, as a writer, show off your extensive vocabulary. It is never better, wherever you are writing, to prefer the less familiar word – “wordy” is always better than “prolix”. … Continue reading How to write journalism: News writing
“The EU’s move is the latest in a series of anti-trust challenges Google has faced in both the EU and countries including India, Brazil and Russia. U.S. regulators closed their most recent investigation of the company in 2013 without taking action.” A Google monopoly. I bet the U.S. never went went anywhere … Continue reading EU hits Google with second antitrust charge
Justin Trudeau, the newly elected Prime Minister of Canada, received a wave of universally positive press last week after he appeared to explain the mechanics of quantum computing in an impromptu answer … Continue reading Justin Trudeau’s Quantum Computing Explanation Was Likely Staged for Publicity
Newspapers in California published pro-TPP columns that appear to have been at least partially authored by lobbyists working for the Japanese government. Take this column by former San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders, … Continue reading Pro-TPP Op-Eds Remarkably Similar to Drafts by Foreign Government Lobbyists
David Pemsel, chief executive of Guardian Media Group, says newspaper is undertaking testing of pop-up message asking readers to switch off ad-blockers The numbers are as high as 25% of readers in … Continue reading Guardian to consider preventing access to content if ad-blocking proliferates
Rep. Reginald Bolding, D-Laveen, suggested that the new regulations have less to do with security than with the discomfort of some lawmakers with what reporters have been writing. And that, he said, … Continue reading Arizona House bans reporters who won’t consent to extensive background checks
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