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Where do we most often find real truth, real facts in a new era of Internet hoaxes, fake news stories and new political administrations that tout their own "alternative facts"? (Originally appeared on Forbes.com)
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September 10 2015 – By Terry Mattingly While it’s hard to journey from the intellectual legacy of the Blessed John Henry Newman to the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, it can be done. This is a story worth hearing for those truly interested in centuries of Christian teachings about pain, suffering and loss, according to […]
By Ben Cal MANILA – There seems to be no end to media killings in the Philippines as another journalist was gunned down in broad daylight last Thursday by three motorcycle-riding gunmen. Cosme Diez Maestrado, 48, anchor of radio station DXOC was shot in the presence of a bodyguard and cameraman, and in full view […]
NLA University College is the third-largest private university college in Norway with campuses in Bergen, Oslo and Kristiansand… The Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication in Kristiansand produces roughly 20% of all journalism graduates in Norway.
By Paul Glader Editor’s note: Paul Glader has spent regular time in Greece in the past four years with friends and family, and lived in Germany. He has been following and writing about the current Greek financial crisis for Reuters’ analysis and opinion service. This second piece was originally published on Reuters. You can read […]
By Paul Glader Editor’s note: Paul Glader has spent regular time in Greece in the past four years with friends and family and lived in Germany. He has been following and writing about the current Greek financial crisis for Reuters’ analysis and opinion service. This first piece, was originally published on Reuters last week ahead […]
In a keynote speech recently in New York City, Parr, a co-founder of Dominate Fund and a former editor at Mashable, shared key findings on how to leverage credibility and capture an audience’s attention. Speaking to a crowd of start-up entrepreneurs, brand marketers and technologists, Parr revealed three stages of attention (immediate, short, long) and these seven attention triggers.