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How One Reporter Used Social Media to Show the Human Side of his Stories

With the advent of social media, the way journalists distribute news has changed dramatically. Many journalists have embraced social media, and used it to enhance their reporting skills and show people a side of their stories which would not be possible through the standard news clips or articles. 454 more words

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Report: Military Brass Demand NBC Reporter Apologize for Calling Chris Kyle 'Racist'

This is the latest black eye for the Peacock Network, which has been in panic mode since its star anchor, Brian Williams, backtracked on his story that he had been shot at during his 2003 trip to Iraq… 273 more words
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[VIDEO] Say What? NBC Reporter: Chris Kyle Went on Racist 'Killing Sprees' in Iraq

“Chris Kyle was going on killing sprees?”

— Host Joe Scarborough

Brendan Bordelon writes: As American Sniper achieves enormous box-office success, NBC reporter Ayman Mohyeldin… 338 more words

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NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin suggests Chris Kyle was a 'Racist' who went on 'Killing Sprees' ... Scarborough, Willie Geist rebut (VIDEO)

Newsbusters: Ayman Mohyeldin has suggested that Chris Kyle, the real “American Sniper,” was a “racist” whose military missions were nothing less than “killing sprees.”


With opinions like that, you might imagine Mohyeldin to be some unhinged bloviator from the bowels of the anti-American far left. 24 more words

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NBC News' Ayman Mohyeldin: Chris Kyle went on 'killing sprees' in Iraq [video]

While discussing the film “American Sniper” on “Morning Joe” this morning, NBC News foreign correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin, who was accused of anti-Israel reporting for NBC News during last summer’s Israel-Gaza war, said that the real-life Chris Kyle harbored racist views of Iraqis and worse, that he went on “killing sprees” during his multiple tours of duty: 555 more words

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Sports on MSNBC? News Outlet Will Launch Streaming-Video Hub To Test New Shows, Hosts

MSNBC is getting ready to debut a new show about sports. And one focused on books. And another that will examine celebrity and popular culture. In all, the NBCUniversal-owned cable-news network has 14 new programs ready to roll. 1,205 more words

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