Honors programs at The Media School

Honors programs at The Media School

The Ernie Pyle Scholars has been around for a very long time. What the administration recognized was that we have this wonderful prestigious program for our journalism students, but we were ignoring the other half of our Media School students. The Media Scholars Program is our inaugural group. It just started this year, and this […]

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Media bias in education coverage? | IN 60 SECONDS

Media bias in education coverage? | IN 60 SECONDS

In an era marked by heated claims of media bias, journalists need to ensure that news coverage is independent and impartial. Education, the field I know best, is one where it should be easy to meet this bar. To see where things stand, two colleagues and I analyzed major media news coverage of federal education […]

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Arts, Media, and Communication

Arts, Media, and Communication

>>>My name is Zak Cowan. I’m the editor in chief for the Renegade Rip for the Journalism Program at Bakersfield College.>>>My favorite parts is putting the paper together. The writing is awesome, talking to people, meeting people is cool, but actually putting it together, designing the pages is the best. That’s for sure.>>>I chose journalism […]

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Dorothy Butler Gilliam – Why the Media Is More Important Than Ever | The Daily Show

Dorothy Butler Gilliam – Why the Media Is More Important Than Ever | The Daily Show

-Thank you so much. -Thank you so much for being here. This is one of those stories that genuinely hit me so hard, because it feels like you have lived through some of the most seminal moments in American history, and you were also reporting on it. You… you worked for 50 years in this […]

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Vinod Dua Exclusive Interview with Dhruv Rathee | Media, Modi & Indira Gandhi

Vinod Dua Exclusive Interview with Dhruv Rathee | Media, Modi & Indira Gandhi

Namashkar friends. Today, we have a very special guest for interview, a well known journalist Vinod Dua ji.. We’ll put some questions regarding his life and his experiences. so, vinod ji, my first question shall be that in your career, you had plenty of news channel during your time but you kept on changing i.e. […]

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Media Pioneer. 100% Journalismus. Keine Märchen.

Media Pioneer. 100% Journalismus. Keine Märchen.

Journalism begins when others want you to remain silent. There are DIFFERENT TRUTHS. But there are FACTS. It’s not the critical journalists who are the problem. It’s the harmless ones. The media are being tested – and deservedly so. Half-truths and fairy tales have done harm to journalism. That’s not something we’re responsible for, but […]

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The Key to Media’s Hidden Codes – Ben Beaton

The Key to Media’s Hidden Codes – Ben Beaton

Translator: Ido Dekkers Reviewer: Emma Gon (Music) Every movie you’ve ever seen, every TV show, every magazine, every time you surf the Internet, you’re absorbing information, a bit like a sponge absorbs water. The words on the screen, the images, the colors, the sounds, the angle of the camera, every detail is designed to make […]

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The Media (The Conscious Side and The Shadow Side)

The Media (The Conscious Side and The Shadow Side)

We love information. In order to communicate information, we need mediums. In today’s world this means we’re dependent on things like: newspapers, magazines, radio, television and the Internet. The Media For those of you that don’t know, media is simply the plural form of the word medium. Now the thing is that these mediums have […]

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A crisis in coverage: How the news media fails to report on the climate emergency & what you can do

So when I was growing up in the early eighties, a brighter tomorrow seemed like it was just a day away. Book publishers and television shows plied the young with stories about how the science fiction of their childhood would become the science fact of their adulthood. And I loved all of it. But those […]

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On The Media — The Scarlet E: Unmasking America’s Eviction Crisis

On The Media — The Scarlet E: Unmasking America’s Eviction Crisis

Tonight, a hundred million renting Americans will come home and lock their front doors against the vapors and the dark. Doors might even keep those out — for a while. The real challenge is ensuring the most vulnerable among us even have doors. “Hello, sheriff’s department, eviction. Come to the door.” We have an eviction […]

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