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'House of Cards' has a lady journo problem

Caution that there are some spoilers here, up to about the last 2-3 episodes of the third season. I don’t think it’s anything drastic but use your discretion. 869 more words


Why Sex Sells

After reading Between the Summits by Tom Cooper, I realized that the core bias and opinion of the media is based off of integrity. It is encouraging that the greater picture of ethics such as integrity and honesty are held higher than smaller subjects. 1,079 more words

Applied Ethics

Brian Williams and Media Ethics Concerns of Americans

At a time of war and strife in the Middle East, many Americans have been keeping their eye on the news, especially when it comes to ISIS. 656 more words


Chinese doctors punished for so-called 'surgery selfies'

By Naomi Ng

This article was published on CNN.com on 23 December 2014.

Senior executives and a team of medical staff from a Chinese hospital in the northwestern province of Shaanxi have been punished for taking group photos next to apparently unconscious patients after surgery, state media reported on Monday. 296 more words


SIS video of the Jordanian pilot’s immolation is disturbing testimony to the media skills of a vicious movement

Revulsion over the video made by ISIS of the savage execution of a captured Jordanian pilot has eclipsed a reality that’s even more remarkable than the barbarism the film celebrates: That it’s an intensely crafted piece of video, the work of people with a sophisticated understanding of the power of visual propaganda and a keen grasp of the uses to which advanced media can be bent in advancing their cause and winning new followers. 781 more words

Newspaper Columns

Oborne shines a welcome spotlight on editorial integrity

The high profile departure of Peter Oborne from his position as the Daily Telegraph‘s chief political commentator has sparked a fierce debate about editorial integrity. 1,154 more words