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How billionaires can destroy journalism

By:   Ryan Cooper Source : theweek.com

Gawker Media, long known for its acidic and inflammatory publishing, has always needed to carry a big legal shield. That shield has been tested to its utmost of late, when a Florida jury awarded a staggering… 871 more words

Lead Line

[BRAND JOURNALISM] #AWARDS: PROMASIDOR QUILL AWARDS FOR WRITERS HOLDS TODAY. FIND OUT WHERE:

The 2016 Promasidor Quill Awards will hold Today Friday, May 27, 2016 at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Ikeja, Lagos. Winners of the different categories of the 4th Season of the Awards will be unveiled at the event. 257 more words

Brands

Any dirt on Tory MPs election expenses?

This may be worth a punt… The Daily Mirror are asking their readers to help investigate Tory electoral fraud: Be part of the Daily Mirror People’s Electoral Commission and help us investigate alleged Tory election fraud – … 42 more words

News

Israel Unveiled

A Review of Goliath by Max Blumenthal

Although the state would like the international public to believe it embodies the underdog “David” archetype from the “David and Goliath” trope, constantly under attack from a savage and massive enemy, in reality Israel’s state policies towards minorities and rampant racism and xenophobia position it as the overbearing and tyrannical “Goliath,” as Max Blumenthal exhaustively uncovers in his 2013 book Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel. 1,622 more words

Social Issues

Fatima M-E reblogged this on The Wandering Eye and commented:

Originally posted on my other blog Two Roads Diverged, these are my thoughts on Max Blumenthal's 2013 book Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel. It's an investigative analysis on increasing fascist trends within greater Israeli society.

THE BRILLIANT DISASTER by Jim Rasenberger

In preparation for my first trip to Cuba, I kept my eyes peeled for good books to boost my background knowledge. THE BRILLIANT DISASTER caught my attention, not just for its title but also for its subtitle: … 311 more words

Nonfiction

AUDIO: "The best data journalism combines traditional reporting with data work" says Simon Rogers

Last month I had the opportunity to hear professionals around the world talking about data and investigative journalism at the NODA and Tutki!2016 conference in Helsinki. 349 more words

Data Journalism

Report Ties Kenyan Army to Militants’ Smuggling - The New York Times

The report by a Kenyan watchdog group accuses the Kenyan military of making money on smuggling alongside the Shabab Islamist militants in Somalia.

Source: Report Ties Kenyan Army to Militants’ Smuggling – The New York Times