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Signal Boost Sunday: #BringBackOurBenny

There’s been some pretty devastating news in the millennial bad-writing community this week. Our beloved friend Benny Johnson over at Buzzfeed, mostly known for his groundbreaking coverage of the Fort Hood shooting that was mostly pictures of Chipotle and stop signs, has been fired for 40 instances of plagiarism. 505 more words

The Media Circus

One only has to see the conflicting and crazy reports over the last three weeks to know that the media is not anybody’s friend. Conflicting reports of who’s at fault, and what’s being done in the Gaza-Israel situation makes for some really interesting reading.  580 more words

Trading

Tips on Creating Press Releases Reporters Will Use

Business communications firm Greentarget has just released the results of interviews with 100 news reporters and editors in their 2014 Disrupting the Press Release report, and it’s clear what journalists want from firms seeking the news spotlight:  just the facts. 331 more words

Legal Marketing

The Palestine Double Standards

Is there anyone out there who does not believe that Hamas are ‘pulling the wool over the eyes of the world’ and the Press is one-sided in it’s reporting of the struggle in Palestine? 202 more words

Britain

The strange, true tale behind the mysterious .... Woman in Black

I didn’t quite know what I was looking for, or expecting,when I went driving down U.S. 27 south to find the reported “woman in black” walking along the highway. 799 more words

Cynthiana

CHANGING THE WORLD, ONE AWESOME POST AT A TIME...

I love the power of the internet, it has the genuine ability to change things through very simple gestures such as a tweet or an upload to YouTube. 403 more words

SOCIAL MEDIA

'WILL THIS HOAX EVER END?' Check out the transparency of Obama's Apollo 11 photo op

Hmmm. What indeed? Oh, perhaps just business as usual for the most transparent administration evah!

Today at the WH: Pres Obama marks 45th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing meeting with former astronauts Buzz Aldrin & Mike Collins.— …

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US Politics