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Trump on the Media

“One thing I’ve learned about the press is that they’re always hungry for a good story, and the more sensational the better. It’s in the nature of the job, and I understand that.” 68 more words



Did that grab your attention? I hope so. Don’t worry, that’s not my opinion; I’m a big fan of Harry Potter and I’m pretty sure I’ve not gone unhinged in all this time. 830 more words


The stream has become a river

and the river an ocean, the currents and tides more powerful than me.

“We are in the midst of a momentous event in the evolution of human consciousness, but they won’t be talking about it in the news tonight” -Eckhart Tolle… 65 more words

Special Report: Call Or Record?

Why are citizens choosing to record violence with technology rather than using the same technology to ask for help to stop violence? WAPT’s Tammy Eastwick interviews experts on the topic to try to better understand this important issue. 7 more words


Headlines, Fear and Sweeping Statements

My brother keeps a blog on which he posts about topical issues. I’m not very cool. I don’t use social media very socially. I don’t watch TV. 1,358 more words

How Funding Affects the Content and Structure of Media Organization 资金对媒体机构的内容和结构的影响

With the development of the Internet, people have become increasingly dependent on mass media as the major news source. Unfortunately, the focus on capital maximization plays a greater role than honest reporting in for-profit media organizations. 1,711 more words

#for-profit Media