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#16: practice strategic contemplation, #100hardtruths-#fakenews

Practicing strategic contemplation—what Rosylyn Rhee explains as having “to be comfortable being uncomfortable so much of making documentary films is embracing the unknown”—is one of six “principles of feminist filmmaking” represented in… 79 more words


Peter: Hypocrisy in the Media

In the hours since the PewDiePie debacle, the internet – doing what it does best – decided to dig into the past histories of the three journalists who published the original article on WSJ. 361 more words


All Apologies: Germany's #1 Newspaper Caught Up in #FakeNews Farrago!

Bild – the highest-circulation newspaper in Germany – has apologised 'emphatically' to its readers after publishing emotive #fakenews #media

— ッ MEDIOLANA® EDU (@Mediolana) February 20, 2017…

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Grant Hackett media coverage: Ethics a distant second in the fight for eyeballs on screens

Much of the recent media coverage of Grant Hackett’s health issues was neither appropriate nor in the public interest. One can accept that there was news value, at least to a degree. 1,900 more words