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Maryland Juice Is Back

And there’s a new sheriff in town: Matt Verghese, formerly with the Maryland Democratic Party and Anthony Brown and currently an aide to District 5 County Councilmember Tom Hucker, is now at the controls. 59 more words


Student Life

Student Life

I have recently enrolled on the NCTJ Diploma course via the College of Media and Publishing. I think it’s perfect for those who are working, need to work and just don’t have the time or money to commit to a intensive course. 576 more words

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Blendle Is Up To Something Big | Monday Note

Blendle is taking off spectacularly. Blendle sees itself as the main transactional infrastructure provider for quality journalism.

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Slow water

Slow water

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Middle Eastern Journalists

The reading, Media-citizen Reciprocity as a Moral Mandate, this past week shone light on how journalists have moral duties and ethical obligations to keep. Yet, my question is, with cultural difference does those obligations change and if they do, is that okay? 185 more words