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Internet Language: Lost Or Found?

Picture: This joke has opened today a heated discussion within our WCFDavos team. As communication specialists and creative people we are not traditional. By the way, have you ever seen traditional communication specialists? It looks like an oxymoron. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Media Bashing Is GOP Dogma

Poor Donald Trump is, in Barack Obama's words, "whining" about a big conspiracy out to get him--and the allegedly pro-Clinton mainstream media, of course, is at the center of the plot. Wild talk from wild man Donald? Nope. It's S.O.P. Show More Summary

Julien Believe- The Ambassador Who Believes In Bringing The Caribbean Together

Whenever I get the chance to highlight something or someone from the Caribbean making an impact, I fully embrace the opportunity. Since migrating to North America from the southern Caribbean island of Grenada, I have learned how important it is to help shape the narrative of the Caribbean. Show More Summary

Media and Information Literacy Evolves in Arab World

There has never been a more propitious time than the present to promote, teach, and engage with media and information literacy (MIL) in all its permutations across the Middle East/North Africa region, notably the Arab states that are...Show More Summary

Last Rites At Last For The Self-Defeating Trump Candidacy?

Well, wasn't that something? The fourth (let's not forget the non-epic Pence v. Kaine) shitstorm in lieu of statesmanlike debate in this showdown between the two most unpopular presidential nominees in history is done and gone. Okay,...Show More Summary

Assad's Man In Oklahoma

Over the past five years, Syria advocates have become well-acquainted with their most vociferous opponents in the American foreign policy debate. These analysts often have a grand theory that causes them to neglect key facts on Syria. Show More Summary

It's Not OK To Hate Hillary Clinton

I’m not saying you have to like Hillary or vote for her for president. If you want to disagree with her policy positions or express concerns about her record and/or leadership style, I may not agree with you, but you have a right to your opinion. But to hate her? Hate is a singular sentiment. Show More Summary

The Idiocy of Oldschool Media, Racist Fox News Chinatown Segment Edition

Fox News knows exactly who their audience is?--?and it's not Asian Americans. The Asian American vote is overwhelmingly going to Hillary Clinton, and in a forfeit that only a playground bully would pull, the GOP-leaning network's response...Show More Summary

Women Deserve a Fair Fight on the Campaign Trail and at Work

For the first time in American history a woman is the candidate of a major party, but it's clear that in politics women aren't playing on a level field. Gender's significant role on the campaign trail isn't an exception to the rule,Show More Summary

Donald Trump, Roberto Duran And The 'No Mas' Debate

With the Vegas setting of the third presidential debate, it may be only fitting that Donald Trump has requested a drug test. After all, Trump used to stage boxing matches, notably Mike Tyson bouts, at Trump’s since-bankrupted casinos...Show More Summary

Report on Journalists' Political Donations Has Dishonestly Broad Definition of 'Journalist'

The Center for Public Integrity has issued a report claiming to detail how "journalists" have donated to Hillary Clinton's campaign far more than to Donald Trump's. Needless to say, the right-wing media jumped right on it because it reaffirms the longstanding "liberal media" narrative conservative have been pushing for decades. Show More Summary

Who Is Attracted to Inspiring Media?

By Sophie H. Janicke Cat videos are hilarious, no doubt about that. But videos of altruism--like a bear saving a crow from drowning or a man in the subway giving his T-shirt to a homeless person--also make us somehow feel good inside. There's...Show More Summary

Why Did the Marines Use a Dragon in Their 90s Ads?

What was the inspiration behind the dragon in the United States Marine Corps 1990s recruiting campaign? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer...Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Love-Hate Relationship with the Media

At the end of a Donald Trump rally in Portsmouth, NH on October 15, 2016, I was surprised to see dozens of his supports angrily confronting members of the media covering the event. How did it come to this? For months, Trump used theShow More Summary

What We Can Learn From Trump's Messaging Strategy

It is safe to say that everyone watching the U.S. election for President is ready for this election to be over - myself included. The vitriolic nature and style of lodging and managing accusations on both sides is gut wrenching. AllShow More Summary

And Now... Trump TV

image courtesy Wiki Commons Now it all makes sense. Now we can see what this whole two-year election process was all about. It was never about the Presidency or the White House. It was about TrumpTV. CNBC reported today that Trump son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has been meeting with Aryeh Bourkoff, founder of Lion Tree, a boutique investment house. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) The Drum's Gordon Young Wants To Change The World In a 'Do-It Day'

LONG ISLAND, NY -- They may not have dreamed it when they first formed a school magazine to cover a Glasgow suburb in the 1980s. But now The Drum's founders Gordon Young and Nick Creed are riding the wave of running one of the marketing...Show More Summary

My smartphone, myself: digital separation anxiety in the postmodern world

Abraham Martínez González, Instituto Michoacano de Ciencias de la Educación Are we living in a postmodern screen dream? Has this ever happened to you: you accidentally leave your cell phone at home, and it feels like your soul has stayed there with it? Your nerves crackle, you feel short of breath - in short, you panic. Show More Summary

Media & Information Literacy's Start in Lebanon

Do Middle East/North Africa (MENA) consumers and producers of media in all their permutations and across countless platforms fully comprehend what they're doing and how they fit in the larger scheme of things? Do various groups and individuals...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Magna's Cohen 'Very Encouraged' With Early Addressable Cross-Platform Results

"It's not the wild, wild West but it's close to it," is how Magna NA's chief David Cohen sees the present cross-device, addressable video advertising landscape. The challenge is coming up with a standardized way of targeting and measuring...Show More Summary

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