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Florida court says libel laws protect bloggers and newspapers equally

From Media Post:

“The appellate court refused to do so, ruling that VanVoorhis should be considered a member of the media. But the judges also said that not all bloggers will be entitled to same protections as newspapers and other traditional media organizations. 102 more words

The Globe and Mail cautiously entering native advertising arena with memo

From J-Source:

“There is increasing demand from advertisers to showcase contextually relevant content within the editorial environment, which has led to the rise of native advertising across the media industry. 75 more words

The Truth Tellers: why do newspapers endorse political parties?

In Québec’s media landscape,  La Presse‘s Liberal Party leanings are one of life’s few certainties.

Except for some of its readers, apparently.

On April 3, the publication endorsed Philippe Couillard’s party with a piece called “ 1,039 more words

Poster Boy

At some point we have to look in the mirror and see how we are “contributing” to a world we’re too often embarrassed to live in. 752 more words

April 14: Magazines in Motion

 

Hello everyone,

We covered the world of magazines last night. Special thanks to Joseph and Desiree for their excellent Flex presentations. We missed Kimberly Mullen, but she is set to join us next Monday. 622 more words

Delta Mass Communications

#CancelColbert? Not likely.

A couple weeks ago the hashtag #CancelColbert started trending in response to a tweet published by the official Twitter account for “The Colbert Report” that said “I am willing to show #Asian community I care by introducing the Ching-Chong Ding-Dong Foundation for Sensitivity to Orientals or Whatever.” The joke was taken out of context, and had originally appeared on the TV show the day before. 283 more words

Ethics Codes

By Casey Bukro

Codes of ethics sound like such noble things.

They can be inspirational and aspirational, statements of our highest moral and professional conduct. 538 more words

Ethical Standards