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PR Book Review: Trust Me, I'm Lying

As I finally start making headway on my own novel (most writers’ lifelong dream!) I am making a concerted effort to steer clear of other non-fiction styles, but as an avid reader I still need nightly material. 587 more words


Social media has changed the way that war reporting works -- and that's a good thing

We’ve been writing for a long time at Gigaom about the ways in which the web and social media have changed the practice of journalism, so it’s nice to see the… 756 more words

New York Times

How have examples of professional and citizen photojournalism in foreign news changed or defined the public and political reactions of international stories and events?

Along a dirt road, more than a dozen disfigured, entangled and contorted bodies of Vietnamese women and children lay dead within a single photograph splashed on the front page of a Cleveland newspaper, The Plain Dealer. 3,065 more words

Is it the end of newspapers or just the end of trust?

By J.P. Pelosi

The idea that the news media can’t be trusted has ballooned in popularity over the years, with a recent Gallup poll in the US showing that the American public’s lack of trust had reached an all time low. 1,041 more words

Online News

An exciting project for the next two weeks...

Not that what I do isn’t normally exciting (it is!) but I am particularly excited to be part of a collaborative pop up media centre called Citizen 2014 over the next few weeks. 318 more words

Art All Around Us

How Drudge Changed the World

Alex Jones posted an article today that has nothing to do with Barack Obama’s rumored homosexuality or place of birth or any of the rest of the 44th president’s… 619 more words

Matt Drudge

#Citizen2014 - encouraging citizen journalism during Glasgow's Games

Sometimes, you get to say a big fat YES to a really interesting project, where you get to work with incredible folk.  I’m really excited that I’ve been able to say yes to being part of #Citizen2014. 353 more words