Journalism

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The newspaper was acquired by Hearst in 1921. Circulation stood at 31,000 in 1911. In 1912, editor Eric W. Allen left the ...

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Asian values in journalism

So while various codes may have some differences, most share common elements including the principles of truthfulness, ...

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print journalism

Print Journalists collect and analyse facts about newsworthy events by interview, investigation and observation and write ...

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Scott Trust

The Guardian is owned by Guardian Media Group, which has only one shareholder – the Scott Trust. The Scott Trust, named ...

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Page Three

Page 3 was banned in 2015 following a three year campaign led by Lucy-Anne Holmes.

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conference

A conference is a meeting of people who come together to share information (or ‘confer’) about a chosen topic. ...

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subterfuge

Subterfuge is defined as a plan or action to hide what you’re doing. An example of subterfuge is a plan to forge ...

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Mother Jones

Harris Jones (1837 (baptized) November 30, 1930), known as Mother Jones from 1897 onwards, was an Irish-born American ...

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newsroom

The show covers all of the real news that happened at the time. I think it is brilliantly written and that cast is absolutely ...

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death watch

Death watch is a three-day period before an execution when strict guidelines are implemented to maintain the security and ...

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indentures

To be indentured is to be forced to work by some contract. It started out as a word for a contract between masters and ...

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alternative journalism

Participatory journalism refers to web-based sources of critical or radical news either in the form of online news services or ...

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StumbleUpon

Sixteen years after it started, StumbleUpon called it quits. It ceased operations forever on June 30, 2018. But don’t ...

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discourse analysis

Discourse analysis is a research method for studying written or spoken language in relation to its social context. It aims to ...

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Wikipedia

On 16 January, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales announced that the English Wikipedia would shut down for 24 hours on 18 ...

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new technology

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Edge Computing. Quantum Computing. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.Mar 16, 2022

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ezine

Ezine Articles allows writers to publish articles that include a special area at the end called a resource box. In the ...

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Reynolds defence

Truth (or justification) is a complete defence to an action for defamation. The defendant (the alleged defamer) must prove ...

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New Musical Express

In March 2018, the publisher announced that the print edition of NME would cease publication after 66 years and become an ...

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social networking

Social networking revolves allows like-minded individuals to be in touch with each other using websites and web-based ...

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libel

This general area of law is called defamation law. Libel and slander are types of defamatory statements. Libel is a defamatory ...

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Metro

Washington, DC’s Metro is one of the busiest public transportation systems in the country. Its expansive network of ...

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self-regulation

Self-regulation is the ability to understand and manage your behaviour and your reactions to feelings and things happening ...

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Spectator

It is politically conservative. Alongside columns and features on current affairs, the magazine also contains arts pages on ...

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cover

Definition of cover in 1 : to finish the covering over of especially : complete a roof over. 2 : to cover into.

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safety

Safety is a state in which hazards and conditions leading to physical, psychological or material harm are controlled in order ...

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town crier

Definition of town crier: a town officer who makes public proclamations.

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story

a small starlike symbol (*), used in writing and printing as a reference mark or to indicate omission, doubtful matter, etc. ...

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coffee houses

The defining feature of English coffee houses were communal tables covered with newspapers and pamphlets where guests would ...

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MEAA

Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance Members 15,494 (as at 30 June 2020) ...

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