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Lies, what's reported and statistics

New national telephone surveying finds that Likely U.S. Voters trust the GOP more on eight of 15 major issues regularly tracked by Rasmussen Reports – the economy, national security, Afghanistan, taxes, job creation, government spending, small business and gun control.

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Cosby affair asks whether media can be engines not of news, but of justice

To someone who came of age regarding The Washington Post as the journalistic gold standard, it was a puzzling moment. On The Post’s website Nov. 13… 864 more words

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July 28, 1985. The other picture

Most of you know about the Hart Park Lake drowning picture that I shot in the early evening of Sunday, July 28, 1985. It changed my career, gave me a voice in my profession, and catapulted me and The Bakersfield Californian into the photojournalism ethics debate for years to come. 209 more words

Lessons in Factual Reporting, Rolling Stone Apology, Media Ethics

There have been many newspaper articles, news reports and blogs on the subject of the Rolling Stone magazine’s apology for publishing information about an alleged sexual assault at the University of Virginia (UVA) without a thorough fact-finding exercise, and without contacting the alleged perpetrators. 242 more words

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A Look at Social Media Ethics

So when you search on Google, “media ethics”, what comes up is this definition: Media ethics is the subdivision of applied ethics dealing with the specific ethical principles and standards of media, including broadcast media, film, theatre, the arts, print media and the internet. 440 more words


President’s keynote speech at Copenhagen

Copenhagen 19 November 2014 Moment Media Ethics – If you search for books on Somalia, you’ll come across a slew of titles featuring phrases like ‘the world’s most dangerous place’, ‘outlaw state’, and ‘failed’ and ‘fragile’. 2,167 more words

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Farah Sheikh Abdulkadir: Accomplished and action oriented Minister in Somali Governmenti

SomaliaObservatory – In any government, there will be those who some would consider powerful , weak, noticeable ministers, and those who carry the title of a minister in their suits. 1,262 more words

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