Posts Tagged ‘journalism’

I concur. -jg

Rachel Maddow is offiicially a paid liar: a court decided it, her lawyers argued it, but her moronic viewers still don’t get it.

“federal judge, Cynthia Bashant, dismissed the lawsuit on the ground that even Maddow’s own audience understands that her show consists of exaggeration, hyperbole, and pure opinion, and therefore would not assume that such outlandish accusations are factually true “

A Court Ruled Rachel Maddow’s Viewers Know She Offers Exaggeration and Opinion, Not Facts

BREAKING: Iran’s Press TV website seized by U.S. government, according to notice

Biden shows his commitment to press freedom. Where’s Julian, by the way?

Could this be the first salvo in the next illegal war crime?

Is Iran suddenly silenced, so that US and partners can attack them without counterarguments?

PS

Associated Press building bombed by Israel. AP responds by firing reporter who criticized Israel in high school.

«A murderous system is being created before our very eyes»

Real journalism is nearly destroyed. It is exiled from mainstream corporations who pretend to inform viewers. It is jailed in Britain for reporting war crimes. It is censored from Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.

There is a war on to destroy the Truth. The Truth is losing, badly. You can hear the endless lies gushing from your family, friends, and acqauaintances. Lies are big business, perhaps the biggest.

Anti-war news

Fighting back the censorship of the oligarchs will require new platforms and migrations.

The population, however, remains highly propagandized and borderline useless.

This webinar introduces Project Censored’s Validated Independent News exercise, and explains how teachers can use this assignment to develop their students’ critical thinking and digital media literacy skills. The webinar features: Allison Butler, Senior Lecturer, Department of Communication, and Director, Media Literacy Certificate Program, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Steve Macek, Professor of Communication; Chair of the Department of Communication and Media Studies, North Central College; Andy Lee Roth, Associate Director, Project Censored; and Shealeigh Voitl, student and Project Censored research intern, North Central College. The webinar also includes questions and comments from webinar participants. Topics covered: news, critical media literacy, investigative journalism, corporate versus independent news, propaganda model, news filters, news bias. This webinar was presented by Project Censored and co-hosted by the Department of Communication and Media Studies, North Central College, and the Department of Communication, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Online resources mentioned in the webinar: Validated Independent News Exercise Guidelines: https://www.projectcensored.org/how-t… Global Critical Media Literacy Educator’ Resource Guide: https://gcml.org/the-global-critical-… Project Censored’s State of the Free Press | 2021: https://www.projectcensored.org/produ… Teacher’s Guide to State of the Free Press | 2021: https://www.projectcensored.org/wp-co… To learn more about Project Censored: https://www.projectcensored.org/

Remembering Robert Fisk

Posted: November 5, 2020 in -
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Some of us can tell the heroes from the villains.