Imagine a society in which everyone more or less agrees with you. You wake up in the morning to online
The new media networks that rely on user-generated content—primarily Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube— are both a gift of unlimited material to research-savvy reporters on deadline, and a minefield of potential mistakes that could get a clumsy, naive, or hasty journalist fired in a heartbeat. It’s important that journalism students and aspiring reporters learn how to verify information […]
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At its 133rd Annual Meeting in Chicago, the Inland Press Association elected Doug Phares, COO of Sandusky Newspapers in Sandusky,
Brand collaborations are hot, and Facebook wants to do some matchmaking of its own. Facebook is testing a new ad
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In the nearly two years since the 2016 presidential election, Americans’ views of the seriousness of several national problems have changed, with concerns about drug addiction, college affordability, sexism and racism on the rise.
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Facebook Inc’s popular messaging service WhatsApp has become a political battleground in Brazil’s most polarized election in decades, raising concerns