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Media Meltdown

What a circus act the media has become. They got it wrong when it came to the election but, haven’t given up on the trashing of the President-elect or his picks for cabinet members. 690 more words

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New York Times 'explains' its Trump coverage

Two days after election day, I wrote a blog post about the shameful performance of CNBC Top Washington Correspondent, John Harwood, in reporting on Donald Trump in the election. 550 more words

United We Stand

I volunteered again this weekend. It’s what I can do. I can’t watch the talking heads anymore. I think it’s these hired guns who are dividing us. 378 more words

About Life In General

Fast or first. Being right or being first in Social media reporting

Utilitarianism vs Categorical imperative

Journalism can be described as the gathering and dissemination of information (News). The State of the media sphere and the quality of journalistic material throughout the world has survived (and still is undergoing) drastic changes; from relying on manual or a more hands on forms of gathering information to the introduction of new savvy technological ways to use as both sources and forms of publications. 742 more words

The Matt Lauer Catastrophe Edition

The Matt Lauer Catastrophe Edition

A failure of competence or a collapse of journalistic ethics or both?

It has to be difficult for anyone with any knowledge of journalism to watch the Matt Lauer disaster entitled the “Commander in Chief Forum” without suffering immense pain.  1,398 more words

Business Ethics

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Here’s the text of a court paper that Aaron Walker has filed in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit—

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Team Kimberlin

National expert to speak at PBSC on ethics and the media

Palm Beach State College’s Center for Applied Ethics will host award-winning journalist Al Tompkins in an engaging, interactive session exploring the challenges journalists face today that are transforming the foundations of traditional journalism and its ethics. 324 more words

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