Tags: copyright, media, news, revenue
AP Demands Permission to Share Articles: “…The Associated Press said on Monday that it will demand that Web sites obtain permission to use the work of The A.P. or its member newspapers, and share revenue with the news organizations, and that it will take legal action those that do not.”
Tags: bias, Christianity, media
Newsweek Hails End of Christianty In America: “Even though he later tries to stipulate that his own magazine’s headline is a little overwrought, he’s thrilled that the country is maturing beyond uptight Christian orthodoxy and beyond any Christian claim to insist on social conservatism…”
Meh, go figure. Why am I not surprised?
Tags: celebrities, media, privacy, Rihanna
LA Times Doesn’t Care About Rihanna’s Privacy: “Most newspapers protected her identity as they would any victim of domestic violence. The LA Times decided to run her name as the victim of the crime.”
Obviously the LAT cared more for their bottom line than protecting a victim of domestic violence.
Tags: California, Los Angeles, media, newspapers
No More California Section in LA Times: “The publisher decided to fold local news inside the front section…”
Tags: bias, media, New York
Typical NY Times Says Gillibrand Is Too Conservative: “So far the paper has done little but nag Gillibrand for being insufficiently liberal, pushing her to back away from her stands against amnesty for illegal immigrants and her support of gun rights.”
They always try to brand conservatives as being out of touch or too extreme to lead a diverse population. What, are only liberals are qualified to govern? According to the NYT, the answer is yes.
Tags: ambition, business, career, media, society, youth
American Idol Delusion: “Who… is gonna build our bridges, fight our fires, and adjudicate trials for the real out of control rock stars? America needs you!”
“If the whole body were an eye, where would the sense of hearing be? If the whole body were an ear, where would the sense of smell be?”
1 Corinthians 12:16-18 (New International Version)
Tags: abstinence, education, media
Double Standards on Abstinence: “As dating advice, the “Early Show” gave abstinence a fair hearing. When the subject is teens, however, CBS is a lot less open-minded.”
Tags: health, media, news, psychology
Much Needed By All: How Not to Worry About the News. “But what we tend to forget when we’re being constantly bombarded with gloom and doom is that human beings and human society are amazingly resilient.”
Tags: economy, media
Majority of Americans believe that the news media worsened the economy.
Funny, that’s exactly what the Salty Hubby thought, too.
Tags: media, newspapers
Newspaper delivery a thing of the past: Detroit newspapers to stop daily home delivery.
Arise, alternative media!
Tags: college, Idaho, media
Boise State University Calls Conservative Students: Desperately looking for alternative voices to print.
“Writers in the Opinion section are definitely liberal leaning, but that’s because, despite my best efforts, I could not convince conservatives to write. I’ve aggressively tried to recruit conservatives because I believe it’s vital to show as many perspectives on an issue as possible. I want all students to feel represented in our paper. I’m desperate to balance the Opinion section out.”
Tags: bias, media, Reuters
Politico and Reuters Join Hands: “Our partnership with Reuters allows us to offer newspapers and television stations terrific coverage of politics and government, as well as international news, business and sports.”
Reuters is a left-leaning media organization, of course.
Tags: Iraq, media
Dana Perino Victim of Shoe Throwing: Thankfully, she was only slightly bruised.
Tags: media, Newsweek, politics
Newsweek editor snubs conservatives and Christians: Calls resorting to Biblical authority as “the worst kind of fundamentalism.”