Media News and Reviews

Media News and Reviews

The latest media buzz and associated flotsam.

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The TV industry was unprepared to handle the short and long-term implications of the digital disruption. Have they met their goals?

University of Missouri former professor Melissa Clickvideo

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Click called for "muscle" to remove a student reporter from a public space. She thinks it was an attempt to protect protestors; the DA thinks it was assault.

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WASHINGTON, January 24, 2016 — Whether in its original or its more recent edition (which debuts tonight, January 24), what makes once and future...

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Jada Pinkett Smith can wait for things to change or make them change. That’s the beauty of high risk, high reward capitalism.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 11, 2016 — The U.S. mainstream media have finally awakened to the New Year’s Eve mass attacks perpetrated against women in Western Europe....

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WASHINGTON, January 10, 2016 – The following disconcerting bit of Ice Age science trivia comes to us from the Wall Street Journal: "Microbes that once troubled...

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The Hollywood left has a thing for blood-drenched criminals - Stalin (screenwriter Dalton Trumbo), Fidel Castro (director Michael Moore), or Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to name a few

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WASHINGTON, January 6, 2016 – Upon opening the New York Times this morning, we duly noted this seismic piece of encouraging international news: “North Korea...

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Freedom of speech and freedom of the press don't depend on who pays your salary or on your education; they are rights of all of us, not just the New York Times.

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In this presidential election year, who do you trust to give you the unvarnished facts? There's a lot more available than the MSM, but as always, buyer beware!

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Are deep snows time for hibernation, or play? Washington, D.C., as much as any other town, transforms in the snow to something very beautiful. And fun.

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