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Americans of all ages still pay heed to serious news even as they seek out the lighter stuff, choosing their own way across a media landscape that no longer relies on front pages and evening newscasts to dictate what's worth knowing, according to a
Panneerselvan Nothing helps to push borders and expand possibilities of good journalism than a good debate based on principles and practices. Last month, I raised a number of issues pertaining to overdependence on anonymous sources in news reporting
Chapman University, the University of California, Irvine and California State University, Fullerton all signed on. A Deal That Was Hard To Resist Fullerton Chief Communications Officer Jeff Cook says the proposal seemed almost too good to be true. "
Tom Rosenstiel, the executive director of the American Press Institute, in downtown Washington DC. The journalists, who were invited by the US Foreign Press Centre to be here in Washington DC for Press Freedom 2013 celebrations, got an insight into
January 21, 2013 In September 2012, when I was appointed as the Readers' Editor I made a solemn promise to the readers that I will strive to do my best to be an effective interface between The Hindu 's readers and the 134-year-old institution. One
Raghunathan One of the advantages of being a journalist is the opportunity the profession provides to learn analogously. Every journalist learns something while reporting, and learns from diverse sources. Politicians, bureaucrats, diplomats,
McMahon is not the only political candidate who is now using social media to get a message out, particularly to young voters. The phenomenon began in 2008 when President Barack Obama got people's attention by mobilizing supporters through social
Obama presidential campaign taps into power of social media AFP Updated August 28, 2012, 8:46 am US President Barack Obama's campaign team is proving again in 2012 to be more conscious than rival Republicans are of the power of the Internet,
Shawn Thew/EPA President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are both being portrayed in an overwhelmingly negative light as they battle each other in America's 2012 presidential election, a new survey of media coverage has revealed.
Twindex' wants to gauge Election 2012's intensity: will it be successful? Gauging sentiment analysis on social media is not a new thing, but Twitter's new tool attempts to actually predict the future On Thursday, Obama was up 10 Twindex points from