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So, saving the media. How?

Finally the emperor has no clothes. The creative media will never be able to adapt to the internet the way it is now. More and more people are saying it.  848 more words

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"Can Journalism Survive the Death of Newspapers?" - Roy Greenslade lecture at the University of Edinburgh

Photo Above: Roy Greenslade © Sinn Féin on Flickr

By Charlotte Hulme and Aisling Press

Roy Greenslade, former Editor of The Mirror, delivered a lecture at the University of Edinburgh last night, during which he predicted the end of print media. 889 more words

Journalism And Literature

A War-time Thanksgiving in Central Pennsylvania

“For the first time in more than a half century, Thanksgiving Day will find the Nation at war,” wrote the Harrisburg Evening News on November 28, 1917. 1,184 more words

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Digital Journalism

There are numerous ways for Americans to get their news and stay up with current events. These ways range from newspapers, TV, the internet, the radio, etc. 211 more words

Trump's tax plan is a dry, overcooked turkey

“We’re going to give the American people a huge tax cut for Christmas — hopefully that will be a great, big, beautiful Christmas present.”
— Liar-in-Chief, Donald J.

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Unboxing the Internet for Teens, Eightysomethings and Everyone in Between

The Times’s semiofficial “Internet Critic” explains web culture, one video at a time.

Published: November 21, 2017 at 05:30AM

Times Insider By AMANDA HESS

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DigitalNC: Two More Decades of The Carolina Indian Voice Now Available

DigitalNC: Two More Decades of The Carolina Indian Voice Now Available. “The Carolina Indian Voice is one of North Carolina’s oldest American Indian newspapers. It served members of the Lumbee Tribe living in Robeson County including the town of Pembroke, which is the seat of the Lumbee tribe of North Carolina, as well as the home of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, a historically American Indian University.” The new run covers 1977-1996, and before the project had 1996-2005, so it looks like all that’s missing is the early run from 1973-1977.

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