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About the Teachers

The teachers all come directly from the public relations and advertising industries and most are still currently involved in it. This is great as everything they teach us is from experience as well as it being completely relevant and current. 171 more words

University

Social Media for Social Good Advent Calendar #adventsmsg 19. “Use Social Media to Undermine Negative Stories”

December 19th

Social Media for Social Good Advent Calendar #adventsmsg 19. “Use Social Media to Undermine Negative Stories”

Digital Inclusion

Tow Global Press Freedom Reports and Bitter Choices for Journalists

Tow Global Press Freedom Reports and Bitter Choices for Journalists

Two international reports came out this week, not surprisingly reminding us of the high cost journalists are paying up for the practice of the profession. 521 more words

English

Sun journalists in corruption trial ‘acted in public interest’

THE six Sun journalists on trial for allegedly “bunging” public officials for stories are in the dock because they exposed the truth about some of the country’s most dangerous criminals and high-profile police investigations, a jury has heard. 683 more words

News/Berita

Barrett Brown Sentencing Delayed Until Next Year

Well, if you want to be technical it’s set for January 22. For now.

The reason Barrett Brown’s sentencing is set for January 22, 2015 instead of December 16, 2014 as it was originally, is that on December 16 the prosecution threw 500 pages of new documents at the court, and the judge needs time to read it. 356 more words

News

Technological Dependency - Are You a Dependent?

If you’re reading this, you’re using one of the many social networking sites available. Join in the discussion with author Tsahai General, ‪#‎StudentDiplomat‬ at Montclair State University, & see her personal sample study of the dominance of this communication tool and how it impacts your life everyday. 6 more words

me + Marlise Boland + Richard Armitage

Let me agree fully with the relevance of the question Perry puts here. It was one reason I took a poll earlier this week: 825 more words

Richard Armitage