There are lots of new journalism models popping up, from training programs for citizen journalists around the world to grants for serious reporting. There are Silicon Valley-style media startups that have tons of funding but haven’t figured out how to make a penny just yet. 85 more words
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by Juseph Elas
Armand Nocum of Deans and Kings Public Relations firm, Maria Marta Asuzano of McCann Erickson Philippines, Zamboanga City’s Public Information Officer Shiela Belen Covarrubias, and Chrisel Almonia of GBPI TV 11 are just a few of the names that went under her intense mentoring during their college years, the names of her students that are now fairly successful in their respective professions. 516 more words
Take 24 mainstream, national news outlets, count their years of existence (around 1,500 years total) and tally the race and gender of the outlets’ top editors. 380 more words
America has over 4,800 nuclear weapons, and we don’t take terrific care of them.
It’s terrifying, basically.
Yesterday wandering through the city I bumped into this very particular workshop, full of old pieces of sculptures and paints… looked like a museum. I knocked the glass door in the entrance, and was greeted by a particular gentlemen, polite but of strong convictions. 146 more words
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“Political theorists consider the acceptance and consent of election losers to be among the necessary ingredients of a successful democracy,” writes Barry Hollander, a University of Georgia journalism professor, in a 509 more words