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Liberal Press wonders why Obama is Criticized for Taking a Vacation during Crises

WASHINGTON — The head-in-the-sand mentality applies to the liberal mainstream media as they question why Americans are upset Obama was on vacation while international crises raged. Reuters’ latest piece, entitled “As Obama’s vacation...Show More Summary

Why You Should Share The Positive, Not The Negative (Especially On Social Media)

6 days agoOdd : Thought Catalog

That doesn't mean I don't feel, that I don't hurt, or that things don't get to me. It's not being ignorant or running from the truth, it's simply deciding to actively internalize the bad and share the good.

Lebanese Media Flop in Energy Sector Coverage

Old habits die hard and Lebanon's media choose the easy route to report on the vitally important, yet misunderstood, energy sector. "Will international firms lose interest in Lebanese oil?" asked the daily Al Joumhouria over a week after...Show More Summary

Networking is Hard, But These Tips Can Make It Easier

Last week was Mediabistro’s intern party at Turtle Bay, and if you missed it, you missed out. And not only because the music was better than at most bars. It was a great networking opportunity for young media professionals and students. And...Show More Summary

Forget the Ice Bucket Challenge; Lefty Blogger Starts Taco-Or-Beer Challenge to Fund Abortion

You know what’s funny? Infanticide! It’s the point of a hysterical new trend from a left-wing blogger. Andrea Grimes of RH Reality Check and the Texas Observer (Both part of George Soros’ Media Consortium) wasn’t keen on the internet-viral #IceBucketChallenge, so she decided to create one of her own: the #TacoOrBeerChallenge – to fund abortion. “I want you […]

For Some Christians, the Most Important Question Behind Robin Williams’ Death is Whether or Not He Accepted Jesus

Lost in all the mainstream media coverage of Robin Williams' death is the usual internal mutterings among Christian commentators about whether or not he was a believer. An article on Charisma News speculates:

How Social Media Can Make Your Business Competitive Internationally

Social media gurus are to be found everywhere you look, and due to that, some business owners might have had the feeling that social media is merely a hype, a bubble that can burst any time. While there might be a grain of truth to that, there is no denying that social media plays a […]

Join ZimmComm Team This Fall

ZimmComm New Media is now taking applications for a fall intern. Students in the agricultural communications field interested in attending and learning how to “agri-blog” some of the most important industry events held every year should apply. Show More Summary

84-Year-Old Yazidi Woman Crawls for Two Days to Escape Islamic State

As international media focus on the harrowing plight of Iraq's Yazidi people as they attempt to escape genocide at the hands of the Islamic State terrorists, much has been made of the suffering of the thousands taking refuge on Mount Sinjar, without food or water. Show More Summary

CNN Anchor Rosemary Church Gets Blasted on Social Media for Suggesting Use of Water Cannons in Ferguson

The anchor of CNN's International program Rosemary Church is the latest TV journalist to feel the wrath of social media, due to her suggestion of the use of water cannons on the protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.

Cop Maybe Shouldn’t Have Posted This Fake Michael Brown Photo to Facebook

last weekNews : Mediaite

Kansas City police officer Marc Catron is under internal review following Facebook posts about Michael Brown, including one photo erroneously purported on social media to be a picture of Brown.

Washington think tank accidentally tells Amnesty International to 'suck it'

"Think before you tweet" is a handy maxim for not embarrassing yourself on social media. "Make sure you're signed in to your personal Twitter account and not your company's official Twitter account when you plan on dropping some sick...Show More Summary

4 Ways Social Media is Utilized for Social Good by @kristelcuenta

Over the last few years, social media has had a huge impact in our everyday lives. It has completely changed the way we engage the world, both locally and internationally. However, much of what is showcased focuses on the negative aspects of social media, such as people using it as a place to vent or rant or as place for cyberbullying. Show More Summary

Our Selective Outrage

WASHINGTON — The killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown has rightly provoked widespread outrage, drawing international media attention and prompting a comment from President Obama. The same should be true — but tragically is not — of the killing of 3-year-old Knijah Amore Bibb. Brown was killed Saturday in Ferguson, Mo.; Knijah died the following day [...]

Kevin Harvick, Jeff Burton defend Tony Stewart, denounce media speculation

Two of Tony Stewart’s fellow drivers defended him following his role in the death of Kevin Ward Jr. Kevin Harvick strongly defended close friend and team owner Tony Stewart following Sunday's NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway. Harvick...Show More Summary

2 members of Lebanon’s ISF freed by the militants

Two members of the Internal Security Forces (ISF) who were detained by Syrian Islamist militants were handed over on Sunday by the Association of Muslim Scholars (AMS), according to local media reports. They were identified as Moudin Hassan and Kamal Meselmani. Show More Summary

Second Youth Games open in wet Nanjing

last weekNews : The Newsroom

The second Youth Olympics opened in a wet Nanjing on Saturday with International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach encouraging the teenage athletes to have fun and embrace social media. "You are here to experience and promote the Olympic values of excellence, respect and friendship. Show More Summary

Big Media Aids Vital Girls' Schooling in South Sudan

The world's newest country, South Sudan, still struggles to end the internal conflicts that have marred its early life. This week, for instance, a deadline to reach agreement passed without success in peace talks between the warring factions. Show More Summary

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