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Dig Deep or Just Go with It?

Spouting simple answers has always come natural to me. I am on a remedial path now.

Journalist and self-described, “Industrious Optimist,” Lara Setrakian used this cartoon illustration in her TedTalk about improving the “adult education” that comes from news reporting, away from fear and simplicity toward the wholeness (or integrity) of complex truths. 84 more words

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Entering the field of news reporting

Sports journalism is about reporting on different sports events. In Pakistan, sports journalism means cricket journalism because the primary focus is cricket even though it is not our national sport. 307 more words

There Is News Beyond Tr**p

In the big wide world of ours, there are tons of things going on that don’t include President What’s-His-Name.  In the great mediagasm journalists are having with the guy, here are a few things you might have missed. 459 more words

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Whose life is more important?

Having been brought up by very humble ‘salt of the Earth’ parents who taught my sisters and I to be both generous of spirit and empathetic with all others, I’ve never really understood the way media coverage of an international disaster—plane crash, terror attack, earthquake–tends to focus on the nationalities of the dead and injured. 1,796 more words

Anti –Trump protesters gather in Cheltenham to make a stand: “No hate, no fear, Donald Trump not wanted here”

Hundreds of people gathered on the Promenade in Cheltenham to protest the ‘Muslim Ban’ which is being enforced by US President Donald Trump.

The controversial ban is being imposed on seven countries Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. 295 more words

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False News?

According to the U.K’s Independent.co on Thursday, February 2, concern that the U.S.president threatened to invade Mexico to take care of the “bad hombres” Mexico’s military wont was called a lie by an official of Mexico’s government. 58 more words

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Oprah Winfrey to Join CBS' "60 Minutes" as Contributor

article by Brian Sternberg via Variety.com

Oprah Winfrey, the inspirational talk-show host, TV executive, billionaire and interviewer, will join CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes” in the fall, the network announced Tuesday. 211 more words

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