Monthly Archives: April 2014

When a photo tells a different, true story

Anja Niedringhaus was a German photojournalist who worked for the Associated Press (AP).  She was the only woman on a team of 11 AP photographers that won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography for coverage of the Iraq … Continue reading

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Most of news spread on Social Media likely unverified

Monday was the 2014 Boston Marathon.  Many used the opportunity to reassess the tragic experience of 2013 to identify lessons learned. I found of particular interest an analysis by Bill Salvin  assessing that much of the information spread about the … Continue reading

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Expert: Russia’s propaganda worse now than at height of Cold War

Originally posted on fveltri:
From Joel Harding’s Blog: Expert: Russia’s propaganda worse now than at height of Cold War. Apparently Russian viewers want to believe these fairy tales. They want to think their country is in the right. They want…

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