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Media Is Being Accused of Perpetuating Anti-Police Attitudes

A woman holds a sign during a protest in St. Louis Aug. 20, 2015.

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Some on Right Link Reporting to Texas Deputy's …

Policing

Anti-Twitter editorials miss the point: the media game has changed

For some in the greying commentariat, social media and the progressive journalists who harness it represent an inconvenient intrusion into the

Australia

Bloomberg News Sacks 80 Journalists, Including A Critic Of Bloomberg News

While subordinates sent some 80 staff members home for Labor Day weekend never to return, Bloomberg News editor in chief John Micklethwait emailed a …

Journalism

Apple Adds More Publishers for Its News App, Which Will Launch Soon

One thing you won’t hear much about at Apple’s media event next week: Its News app, a newsreader that will work something like Flipboard, that will be included in Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 software this fall.

That doesn’t mean Apple isn’t interested in getting the word out about the app, which it has …

Personalized News

Rupert Murdoch takes 40% News Corp pay cut to $5.1m

Rupert Murdoch took a 40% pay cut for the year ending 30 June as his total package for being executive chairman of News Corp fell from $8.7m (£5.7m) to $5.1m.

News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson also saw his pay fall, down almost 18% to $10.3m from $12.5m in the previous year.

The falls in pay …

Rupert Murdoch

Is ‘The New York Times’ at War With Hillary?

Clinton loyalists say the paper of record harbors a vendetta against the political family. The Times says that’s pure paranoia.

Does The New York Times harbor an institutional bias against the Clintons, prompting the country’s most influential newspaper to accentuate the negative and minimize the …

Journalism

Rupert Murdoch boosts Ben Carson in tweets

Washington (CNN) — Conservative media mogul Rupert Murdoch appears is a fan of retired neurosurgeon and presidential contender Ben Carson.

The founder and chairman of the News Corp. media conglomerate tweeted Wednesday that Ben Carson's surge in the latest Iowa poll shows that America is a "land of …

Ben Carson

Ben Carson ‘is the smartest man I have ever met’ - The Washington Post

For all the attention paid to Donald Trump in the Republican presidential race, the candidate with the most momentum at the moment is Ben Carson. Carson, a world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon, is making major gains in Iowa -- with two new polls showing him tied with or running a close second to

Ben Carson

Editorial: Los medios y la distorsión de la realidad

Cuando un periodista quiere reportear un tema específico, plantea una tesis. Su tesis, se enmarca en un foco, o en una determinada arista desde la …

FOROtv | Agenda Pública | Análisis de los medios y procesos de comunicación

Agenda Pública del 12 de junio de 2015

Mario Campos y Gabriela Warkentin analizan el uso y función de redes sociales en el proceso electoral; el …

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El milagro móvil en América Latina

La región se convertirá en 2020 sea el segundo mercado mundial

El artilugio más popular de la historia

Lorenza Solís desconoce el significado de la …

Os bilionários da mídia brasileira

O setor de mídia brasileiro é o 8º mais representantivo em um ranking de 13 setores liderado por indústria, bancos e alimentos, divulgado anualmente …

How journalism is changing for the better, in 1 chart - The Washington Post

In a Medium post entitled "Questions are the new comments," Jennifer Brandel -- a self-described "accidental journalist turned CEO of a tech-enabled company called Hearken" -- makes a fascinating argument: Instead of involving the audience at the end of a story via the comments section, why not …

Writing

New Washington Post 'flexible' homepage completes site redesign

Credit: By Dion Hinchcliffe on Flickr. Some rights reserved.

Readers who visited the Washington Post website yesterday might have noticed something …

Software

Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer Says She’s Pregnant With Twins

HONG KONG — Yahoo’s chief executive, Marissa Mayer, and her husband, Zachary Bogue, are expecting twin daughters, according to an announcement she made on Yahoo’s Tumblr.

Ms. Mayer said Monday that her twins were due in December and that she planned to work throughout her pregnancy. When she was …

Marissa Mayer

Google Says It’s Not the Driverless Car’s Fault. It’s Other Drivers’.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google, a leader in efforts to create driverless cars, has run into an odd safety conundrum: Its cars don’t make enough mistakes.

Last month, as one of Google’s self-driving cars approached a crosswalk, it did what it was supposed to do when it slowed to allow a pedestrian to …

Google

12 apps to get your startup off the ground

For startups, it’s a tough road to success: about 50% of small businesses fail in the first five years, and tech startups fail at a rate that’s estimated to be as high as 90%. But, for hopeful entrepreneurs trying to get their companies off the ground, there’s a bright side: a growing number of …

Startups

Al Jazeera Journalists Sentenced to Prison in 'Dark Day' for Press Freedom in Egypt

Three Al Jazeera English journalists were sentenced to three years in prison by an Egyptian court on Saturday after the men were found guilty of "aiding a terrorist organization" in connection with their coverage of the 2013 ouster of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected head of …

Egypt

Egypt summons UK ambassador in row over al-Jazeera convictions

Britain’s ambassador to Egypt has been summoned to a meeting with officials in Cairo after they accused him of “unacceptable interference” with the judiciary over comments he made about the convictions of three al-Jazeera journalists.

John Casson

spoke out after attending a hearing on Saturday in …

Egypt

A las 10 AM hora de MX (dos horas más tarde en SCL) estaré en el programa Agenda Pública con Gabriela Warkentin y Mario Campos (amigos de Twitter)

Egypt sentences Al-Jazeera journalists to three years in prison

Hopes of an acquittal are dashed as Egyptian court draws condemnation by sending journalists back to jail

Egypt’s regime was accused of jailing journalists for “doing their job” on Saturday when three Al-Jazeera correspondents were sentenced to three years following a retrial that many hoped would …

Egypt

Amal Clooney Responds to Al Jazeera Journalists' Sentencing: "The Verdict Sends a Very Dangerous Message"

CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison, the latest twist in a …

Journalism

Video: Peter Greste calls Egypt court ruling a ‘travesty of justice’

The court convicted Greste and his colleagues, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, in a retrial on charges of operating without a press license and broadcasting “false” news harmful to Egypt.

Greste, who was deported in February, was sentenced in absentia, while Fahmy, a naturalised Canadian who has …

US 'Disappointed' In Journalists' Sentences In Egypt

Al Jazeera television journalist Mohamed Fahmy, left, talks with lawyer Amal Clooney and Troy Lulashnyk, Canadian Ambassador to Egypt, before hearing …

Egypt

President el-Sissi says jailed journalists like Fahmy ‘harm Egypt’s reputation’

Egypt’s President says he is considering amnesty for a Canadian journalist and his Egyptian colleague who have spent more than 400 days behind bars in Cairo.

Mohamed Fahmy, the bureau chief for Al Jazeera’s English network, was expected to be back in Canada by now after President Abdel Fattah …

Egypt