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What does Charlottesville have to do with NASCAR and Appalachia?

When I am not writing posts for the blog “Appalachian Chained”, I am usually covering news and sports stories of interest as a freelance multimedia journalist. 2,237 more words


In praise of Facebook Instant Articles

Everything seems to be moving to Facebook these days. Journalism, Business, Activism.

Two years since the product’s launch, Instant Articles has been criticized for underwhelming monetization, the absence of robust subscription options, an inability for publishers to directly connect to their readers, the limited amount of user data returned by Facebook, and the lack of autonomy provided to publishers over their ad space.

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The Grey Lady Moneti$es Yet Another of Her Journalists

As the hardworking staff has diligently chronicled, the New York Times is turning itself into a full-service, well, service.

Travel agency, tchotchke shop… 147 more words

Going It Alone, by Rahawa Haile

The essay below, Going It Alone, was published in Outside magazine in April 2017. Its author is Rahawa Haile of Oakland. We invite you to read it, both for the beauty of its language and also, most importantly, for its thought-provoking content. 435 more words

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Radar ObjETHOS #155

Paradas obrigatórias para quem pensa e se interessa por ética e jornalismo:

– 96% dos apresentadores na TV brasileira são brancos. O levantamento foi realizado pelo site Vaidapé, com base em 204 programas de 7 emissoras: … 214 more words

Radar ObjETHOS

Numerous attempts to reach Spielberg and Pascal for comment through their representatives over the course of several weeks were unsuccessful. An official of Echo Lake Entertainment, the Beverly Hills-based film and television production, finance, and management company that represents Hannah, wrote in an email, “I’m not sure she is going to be doing any press right now.”

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