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The True Enemy of the Written Word

For reasons I can’t very well explain, I have this vivid memory of myself reading Goodnight Moon on the floor of my old house with my mom on a particularly rainy afternoon. 1,014 more words


Writing for Communications

One of my favorite journalism professors had a saying about writing: “Say what needs to be said, put a period on it and stop.” A mantra I live by on a regular basis. 279 more words


Starting a new job

Starting a new job is daunting. There’s no easy way about it, you just have to get on with it.

Before you start, you’re mind is drowning in questions – will I be any good? 339 more words


God Holds Press Conference To Remind People That Prayer Requests Not Answered According To Party Lines

The Creator Of All Things and Lord Of The Universe held a press conference today, drawing reporters and independent journalists together so that He could issue a statement. 287 more words


Indian media and its development

Mass media plays a constructive role in the current society. The emergence of digital revolution has changed the perspectives of media. In this developed world the news media are in a crisis. 2,730 more words


Media and Democracy in India

This article
discusses the aspects of media in a democracy. It tries to derive the roles and
functions of media in a democratic setup and at the same time tries to decipher… 4,735 more words


Our capacity for imagining the unimaginable

Traditional media has not adjusted itself to the Trump era, I’ve often noted. Accelerating the entropy begun at the height of the Iraq War and continued by the Obama White House’s campaign against whistleblowers, the Trump administration’s insistent, aggressive, and insouciant mendacity overwhelms a news outlet’s corrective efforts, yet, because those outlets need the clicks, they keep interviewing Kellyann Conway, Mick Mulvaney, and Wilbur Ross as if they were respectable bureaucrats instead of charlatans and grifters. 379 more words