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Posted by Cris 128 days ago (http://www.dw.de)
Turkish officials are committing violence on camera, but Erdogan supporters don't always see it. The Soma tragedy is just beginning to bridge the digital media gap, says blogger and communications pr
Posted by Cris 130 days ago (http://www.cbc.ca)
Reporters' Twitter and Facebook posts don’t face the same editorial scrutiny as copy, and that can be revealing, writes Andrew MacDougall, former chief spokesman for the prime minister.
Posted by Stivi 134 days ago (http://www.dw.de)
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube - European Union politicians love to make contact with their voters on social media - but is that enough to make politics sexy?
The Minnesota Democrat urged supporters to "rise up" and fight the FCC's proposed net neutrality rules.
In a just-released survey conducted in late 2013, of 1,080 television network, print and online journalists, 28 percent self-identified as Democrats and only one-fourth as many, a piddling seven perc
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