The Media

‘Widely misleading journalism’ for coverage of Steele dossier criticized by liberal writer, urged media to ‘count’

Media Headlines November 26 In media today, the Washington Post is criticized for a tweet saying the Waukesha massacre was “caused by an SUV,” New York Times workers pushing for a boycott of its Wirecutter service while on vacation, and Seth Rogen goes viral for ignoring car break-ins in LA …

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Social media post goes viral after 3 quotes in fight outside Tinley Park daycare – NBC Chicago

Two women and a man have been cited for fighting in public after an altercation in the parking lot of a suburban day care center, Tinley Park police said this week. Azia Taylor, of Flossmoor, and Beatriz Luna-Delgado, of Crete, were both leaving Tutor Time at Tinley Park, located at …

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When social media is a gift for new businesses during the holiday season

For Ruben Trujillo, coffee isn’t just a drink, it’s his passion. Trujillo spent several years working as an English teacher in South Korea, where he immersed himself in coffee culture, including overworms and the art of latte. Upon his return to the United States, he decided to start his own …

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Yale Hosts Ethiopia Conference Amid Social Media Controversy, Dismisses Speaker

Ethiopian expert Professor Ann Fitz-Gerald, withdrawn from the Macmillan Center event moderated by CNN reporter Nima Elbagir, is triggering a backlash on social media. William porayouw 4:27 p.m., November 21, 2021 Yale Daily News On Tuesday, Yale’s Macmillan Center hosted a panel discussion on the situation in northern Ethiopia, where …

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Greg Gutfeld: Democrats and media are on the verge of a huge loss

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The really tough news today: President Joe Biden has had a colonoscopy. I believe we have an exclusive recording of the proceedings. Thank goodness they couldn’t find anything wrong with his colon. Well, apart from his head. It was a difficult procedure …

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What the Media Rating Council does

George Ivie (left), the executive director of the Media Rating Council appearing before the … [+] Senate Subcommittee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on Communications on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo / Dennis Cook) ASSOCIATED PRESS The recent Media Rating Council decision to suspend accreditation of Nielsen’s national and …

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Twitter rolls out improved tags for potential misinformation in tweets

After launching a first test of new alert formats in July, Twitter is now rolling out its improved labels for misinformation, with varying messages for different types of potentially misleading material in the tweets. As you can see here, the new tags will now be displayed with different alert messages …

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US journalist jailed for 11 years in military-ruled Burma

Fenster faces new charges of sedition and violation of terrorism law Myanmar’s first foreign journalist in years Imprisonment conceived as a warning to the media, United States – group US pressured junta for ‘deeply unfair’ detention Nov. 12 (Reuters) – A military-controlled Myanmar court on Friday jailed US journalist Danny …

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Far left fringe controls media discourse on transgender

On only 0.6% of the total adult US population identifies as transgender. Of this already tiny number, a certain extremely the vocal faction and its allies insist on the use of coded language intended to honor transgender orientation. This includes strange phrases like “pregnant” instead of “pregnant” and “breastfeeding” instead …

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The Paley Center for Media Announces Jim Lanzone, Marne Levine, Paulo Marinho and Adam Silver as New Members of its Beloved Board of Directors

NEW YORK, November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today the Paley Center for Media, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating the cultural, creative and social significance of media and their impact on society, announced the addition of four new members to its distinguished board of directors. The members …

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