Yet another figure close to President Trump faces allegations of plagiarism. However, the David Clarke plagiarism scandal is a bit different... The post The David Clarke Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The White House’s latest self-inflicted scandal represents another damning rebuttal to a recurring, fictional narrative that has been propagated by the press for well over a year—that Trump is just one new policy or staff shake-up away from being a normal president.
With former CEO Roger Ailes and star anchor Bill O'Reilly gone, attention at Fox News Channel is shifting to Sean Hannity—the last of the channel's big stars who have been with the network from the Clinton years to Trump.
A new FAIR study finds that 45 percent of the reporters Spicer called on were from conservative outlets. Fifteen percent of questions came from journalists working under the Fox brand.
Former British Conservative MP Louise Mensch has become something of a celebrity of late in anti-Trump media. In the past two weeks, Mensch has appeared on MSNBC (3/11/17), the New York Times op-ed page (3/17/17) and HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher (3/24/17) despite the fact that she routinely traffics in the most bizarre and unfounded conspiracy theories.
A key feature of reports on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program is the Hypothetical Scary Nuke Map that shows an entirely hypothetical, not-yet-proven-to-have-been-built intercontinental ballistic missile hitting the US mainland.
While even mass arrests couldn't get attention to left-wing critics of the Democrat’s milquetoast health reform plan in 2009–10, today the far right is given thousands of words in the media, and plenty of air time on television, to air its ideological opposition to the current GOP plan.
1. How to cover Trump, whose political style "is an attack on the very possibility of honest journalism." The post Live list: my top problems in pressthink appeared first on PressThink.
As video games have shifted from selling boxed copies to microtransactions, so to has the copyright fight, creating some unexpected results. The post Cheating, Copyright and Pokemon Go appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The H3H3 lawsuit is heading up as the defendants have filed a motion to dismiss,hoping to get this YouTube lawsuit dismissed on a technicality. The post H3H3 Lawsuit Update: Motion to Dismiss appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Another week, another YouTube copyright laws. This one has the composer behind A Clockwork Orange suing YouTuber Lewis Bond over a mini-documentary. The post Another YouTube Copyright Lawsuit – Lewis Bond appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Blockchain technology is already having an impact on money with Bitcoin, but soon it could change copyright verification. The post Bitcoin, Blockchain and Copyright appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
A new lawsuit against the YouTube channel H3H3 Productions has rallied the YouTube community so let's take a dive into the case and see what's going on. The post Understanding the H3H3 Lawsuit appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
As Donald Trump caught up with Hillary Clinton in the polls over the past two weeks, the Bernie Sanders campaign has reiterated its last-ditch argument to win over superdelegates and secure the nomination: The Vermont senator is walloping Trump in the polls by over ten points, in contrast to Clinton’s dead heat. Show More Summary
As The Rocky Horror Picture Show heads to a reboot, what do we know about the copyright and licensing for the film and its songs? The post Copyright and the Rocky Horror Picture Show appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The Matthew Santoro plagiarism scandal keeps getting deeper as Santoro has been making things worse for himself with false attribution and no apologies. The post Update on the Matthew Santoro Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
YouTuber Matthew Santoro, famous for his list videos, has been accused of plagiarism in several of his videos. What does this mean for Santoro or YouTube? The post The Matthew Santoro Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The New York media tried and convicted 120 suspects as gang members solely on the say-so of the NYPD and federal officials.
The 2016 election season is roughly half over, but already certain tried-and-true trends have emerged in coverage. Generating original content is hard; generating it over and over over the course of an ever-elongated election season is near impossible.
Michael Corcoran, writing in Moyers & Company, cites FAIR's critique of media deregulation in the 1990s.