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New Look for NBC and MSNBC Websites

In another move to continue to distinguish between the two news outlets NBC and MSNBC each made major renovations to their websites this week. The big takeaway–they’re going mobile! 198 more words

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Tweet, Publish, Repeat?

The Public Editor for the New York Times, Margaret Sullivan, broached an interesting topic in last week’s post. She explored whether too much analysis and opinion has made its way onto the front page of the  293 more words

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The Leveson Inquiry: responses to the revelations

I’ve been following the Leveson Inquiry into press standards with much interest and curiosity. Over the weekend I put together a summary of last week’s testimonies using this nifty little aggregator software called Storify. 65 more words

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Celebrities may draw our attention, but it’s the ‘ordinary’ folk we remember most.

The testimonies of the ‘core participants’ of the Leveson Inquiry into the “culture, practices and ethics of the press” last week unearthed a plethora of media debate, comment, support and harsh criticism. 882 more words

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How to report the news

I’m a huge fan of Charlie Brooker, and this clip – taken from his show Newswipe last year – cracks me up every time!

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Good for Parts Only - Another case of churnalism

So in Private Eye this week, another case of churnalism (which I’ve written about earlier this month) has been spotted, this time in the… 311 more words

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The seven-year giant spider feast

With news converging at break-neck speed, coupled with our demand for instant news and the mainstream media’s need to sensationalise (or at least grab our attention), the presence of ‘ 565 more words

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