Journalism gone bad at Rolling Stone

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on August 25th, 2020
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>>> WELCOME BACK. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE ROLLING STONE ARTICLE ON RAPE THAT SENT SHOCK WAVES ACROSS THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA BUT IS NOW IN DISPUTE. I Demand YOU TO IMAGINE THAT YOU ARE INTERVIEWING THE VICTIM OF A CRIME AND THAT THE VICTIM DOES NOT WANT YOU TO CONTACT THE CRIMINALS. IMAGINE THAT THE VICTIM IS AFRAID OF RETALIATION. WHAT WOULD YOU DO? IN THIS CASE THE ROLLING STONE REPORTER AND HER EDITORS ALL AGREED NOT TO CONTACT THOSE ALLEGED ATTACKERS. THIS DEFIES A PRETTY BASIC JOURNALISTIC PRINCIPLE, WHEN SOMEONE IS ACCUSED OF WROG DONG, YOU Perform AN EFFORT TO GET THEIR SIDE OF THE STORY. NOW ROLLING STONE REGRETS NOT DOING SO. SO MANY PEOPLE ARE QUESTIONING THAT REPORTING INSTEAD OF QUESTIONING A CULTURE THAT’S PERMITTED JACKIE’S STORY TO HAPPEN IN THE FIRST PLACE.HANNA ROSEN QUESTIONED THE REPORTER ABOUT THIS BEFORE IT BECAME NATIONAL NEWS AND SHE JOINS ME FROM WASHINGTON. WHERE DO YOU COME DOWN ON THIS CRUCIAL DECISION REQUESTING ROLLING STONE MADE NOT TO CONTACT THE ACCUSERS. IT’S A REALLY UNUSUAL DECISION. I Reckon IF YOU’RE GOING TO DO IT, WHICH YOU SHOULDN’T I DON’T Picture, BUT IF YOU’RE GOING TO DO IT, THEN YOU HAVE TO DO TWO THINGS. ONE, BE TOTALLY TRANSPARENT TO YOUR READERS. >> WHICH THEY WERE NOT. >> THEY WERE NOT. NO, HAVE A LINE IN THE STORY WHICH SAYS I MADE THE UNUSUAL DECISION NOT TO CONTACT THE ASSAILANTS BECAUSE IT MADE MY SOURCE ANXIOUS AND THIS IS A SENSITIVE SITUATION. THE SECOND THING TOUGH DO IS CORROBORATE THE STORY WITH OTHER Beginning SO THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE YOU COULD TALK TO. HER FRIENDS SHE TALKED TO THAT Light OR FIND OUT IF THERE WAS A PARTY THAT NIGHT OR CHECK AT THE LIFEGUARD POOL. THERE’S Plenties OF OTHER WORK TOUGH DO IF YOU’RE GOING TO MAKE THAT DECISION. >> LET ME READ PART OF WHAT ROLLING STONE SAID. IN TRYING TO BE SENSITIVE TO THE UNFAIR SHAME AND HUMILIATION MANY WOMEN FEEL AFTER A SEXUAL ASSAULT, WE MADE A JUDGE, THE KIND OF JUDGMENT REPORTERS AND EDITORS MAKE EVERY DAY.IT GOES ON TO SAY THAT WE SHOULD NOT HAVE MADE THIS AGREEMENT WITH JACKIE AND THESE MISTAKES ARE ON ROLLING STONE, NOT ON JACKIE. THAT’S A Story Proclamation THAT WAS REVISED ON SATURDAY NIGHT. THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT WAS PERCEIVED BY SOME TO BE BLAMING THE VICTIM, BLAMING JACKIE. >> I’M SO GLAD THEY MADE A SECOND STATEMENT. I WAS FEELING ABOUT ABOUT THE FIRST ONE. IT Virtually SAID THIS IS JACKIE’S FAULT BUT SHE’S NOT A JOURNALIST. SHAETION SHE’S JUST TELLING HER OWN STORY. IT’S ON US TO KNOW THAT YOU HAVE TO TRUST BUT VERIFY. YOU HAVE TO CHECK THE SOURCES. FIGURE OUT WITH THE STORY IS TRUE BECAUSE IF NOT YOU END UP IN A MESS LIKE THE ONE WE’RE IN NOW .>> LET ME PLAY A CLIP FROM MSNBC. IN 9 SABRINA WAS ON CNN ONCE BEFORE AND THERE WERE QUESTIONS RAISED ABOUT HER REPORTING. SHE WAS ON MSNBC’S MELISSA HARRIS PERRY LAST SATURDAY. HERE ARE A COUPLE SOUND BITES FROM THAT SEGMENT. >> I Thoughts THAT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT, WE’VE STARTED BECOMING VERY MIRED IN EUPHEMISM. WE CALL IT SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, Unlawful sexual intercourse, WHAT DOES THAT REALLY MEAN.I THOUGHT IT WAS IMPORTANT TO SHOW THIS IS NOT SOME FORM OF MISCON MISCONDUCT. THIS IS A VIOLENT CRIME AND IT WAS IMPORTANT TO SHINE A SPOTLIGHT ON JUST HOW VIOLENT IT IS. >> BEFORE I SAY ANYTHING ELSE, I HAVE TO THANK YOU, SABRINA, FOR WRITING THIS. I Review YOU’VE DONE AN ACT OF PUBLIC SERVICE. IT IS HARD TO READ AN ARTICLE LIKE THIS AND AVOID THE CONCLUSION THAT WE LIVE IN A CULTURE THAT HATES WOMEN. JUST HATES US. >> THE MEDIA OUTLETS THAT UNCRITICALLY PICKED UP ON THIS STORY I THINK HAVE TO DO SOME INTROSPECTION. On the other hand, ROLLING STONE HAS AN EXCELLENT REPUTATION. MANY IMPORTANT STORIES OVER THE YEARS. DO YOU THINK THIS IS SAMPLE AN EXAMPLE OF ACTIVISM JOURNALIST GONE WRONG AND SHOULD WE LEARN FROM THAT? >> YES. Division OF WHAT WENT WRONG IS BELIEF GETTING IN THE WAY OF FACTS.ABOUT LEAF IN TWO SENSES. BELIEF IN THIS STORY. THIS Legend IS AN AMAZING STORY. IT’S A REALLY IMPORTANT STORY TO BE TOLD IF IT’S TRUE. SO, YOU KNOW, WANTING THE STORY DESPERATELY TO BE TRUE GOT IN THE WAY, AND THEN ALSO ACTIVISM IN THE TRADITIONAL SENSE. I MEAN, THAT’S WHAT WHAT HAPPENED TO SABRINA IS A LITTLE BIT GETTING INTO THE SURVIVOR CULTURE WHICH IS YOU CAN’T QUESTION A VICTIM WHICH I Remember IS TRUE. IT’S IMPORTANT NOT TO QUESTION THE VICTIM IF YOU’RE HER SUPPORT GROUP BECAUSE YOU WANT >> AND WE’VE ACTUALLY MADE PROGRESS IN THAT RESPECT, HAVEN’T WE? AS THE DECADES HAVE PASSED, THE COSBY ACCUSERS, For example, WERE NOT TAKEN AS SERIOUSLY AS THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN.NOW THEY ARE BEING TAKEN MORE SERIOUSLY. THAT IS PROGRESS. >> YEAH, WE HAVE A WAYS TO GO. THE COSBY STORY COULDN’T HAVE COME AT A WORST TIME. YOU SEE WHAT IT WAS LIKE IN THE’ 70 s AND’ 80 s. THESE WOMEN WERE SURE NOBODY WOULD BELIEVE THEM. WE ARE Obligating PROGRESS. WHAT YOU DON’T WANT OBVIOUSLY IS.

Nikki: Kingston University Magazine Journalism MA graduate

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on August 19th, 2020
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I’m in the last two films but more in that in the last film but I was it I was a snatcher I had a one “were having” one course we had an hour of training with this you know french guy who would kind of well he mostly you know showed us how to waver one it’s a cruel hard make like you know you have to work hard and then delete from a ba to the ma was placid I know it’s there and you’re alarmed about it in the first week you’re told you know this is the hours you’re going to need to commit to get this right it was like you arrived in the door and we were off the honours like that the remainder of the year the ordinary week is made up of you know law shorthand in the first semester I did shorthand and and of course you know you do your your teaches and your seminars but then of course outside of that you’re producing a newspaper or a store we are genuinely launched speak so we had a whole research protest when we had to you know go out and speak to the students and it was you know quite a tough thing come through here with a honour it’s changed a lot we launched it as an a as an 84 mag and it’s now gone down to the handbag size but it’s looking good I’m proud that it’s still proceeding Kingston’s very very varied it’s very personal you can pretty much you know knock on a doorway anytime I speculate I even you know text or called a couple of my professors in moments of panic over that during the year you know without doubt I wouldn’t be working as a columnist now without it you are well aware I graduated into a very difficult working climate like most people probably are now you know but I had the tools that I needed to work and it was just a matter of coming IBM system and I make I honestly it sounds like home you certainly paid me to say this but I candidly whenever I talk about kingston him and this cause I cherished every minute and it was just the best choice I formed in terms of you know getting into journeying

First Things First: Why I Study Journalism | UConn

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on August 13th, 2020
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the first podcast that actually got meinterested in podcasting and journalism in general was reply all reply all is a webbased podcast in which they dive into really weird narrations on the Internet and that really got me interested in journalism because I thought they’re doing all this really good reporting and these good interviews and this good researchin order to do those narratives you have to have a good journalism backgroundyou have to be able to interviewyou have to be able to research you have to be able to do all these things so when I got to UConn and I learnt there was journalism program I thoughtthis is something that I really want to I want to be that person who makes a narrative audio tale.

George Takei and Ann Friedman on the Future of Journalism | Episode 5 | Takei’s Take

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on August 7th, 2020
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ahh the newspaper the old-fashioned wide-reaching sheethas been available for three hundred years and somehow still knocking Oh! An iPad Mini all let’s be honest with ourselves for a secondwe have inventions now the radiation us up for more informationabout the world and everything everyone is doing so how is this thing going to competewith this are we about to witness the death thenewspaper? let’s break it down in today’s episodeof Takei’s Take every extend era he makes more badnews about the report. Daily papers around the countryand piercing the junk left and right as newspapers have movedonline ad incomes have virtually dissipated. In2012 newspapers lost sixteen dollars in printads for every one dollar earned in digitalad Oh my! and have you seen the newspaper recently? They’re thin faster than the “hairs-breadth” order Truth of the matter is that realjournalism is not cheap, it requires time and intensity and travel to track down makes and getthe story right if newspapers are going away where we getting ournews? there are locates like BuzzFeed and Gawker.Sometimes it looksmore like photo halls and transcend 10 lists posingas story and then there is Facebook and Twitterbut is this news? These feeds are certainlyup to the minute and can sometimes break news it’s hardto distinguish belief or fabrication from information recollect when everyone concluded JeffGoldblum had died? life, uh acquires a nature. What about citizenjournalists the people who are writing blogs andposting videos about what’s happening in the world around usthis stuff is great but here we run into some of the sameproblems.I wish there was someone who could make sense of all this for me Ohh! astounding I’m delighted to be in now. Journalistand Internet enthusiast Ann Friedman. Welcome Hi George. How are you? I’m excellent. Tell us about yourjournalistic background I’ve been a novelist and journalist for about 10 times and I write a column for ColumbiaJournalism Review answering journalists questions about the future of media What do you think is going tohappen with newspapers? well I don’t think newspapers will live forvery long I do is of the view that the stomach for thenews is is quite strong Absolutely. and all sorts of research saysthat that people are consuming more information than ever are hungry for info than ever.What’s the distinctions between magazine bulletin and digital bulletin? Mostly it’sthe move it’s that you know in the newspaperworld to use a kind to waste the day putting together a story and then someone would revise it in theevening and then it would go to press and then in the following morning and parties would open up and read it over coffee and now things are still being edited inreviewed and in many cases factchecked things are still being reported you knowpeople are still picking up the phone and talking to parties it’s just that it’s all happeningconstantly on sometimes at the hurry of a tweet in 140 personas and sometimes at thespeed of a monthly month long project.What is the newsindustry go to look like in 10 times? I hope I’m not replaced byrobot of some kind I hope I’m still doing this errand I hope so too. I meditate I have a lotmore personality than a robot which is increasingly important you know asconsumers make choices based on who’s presenting them the information so you’re rosy about the futurejournalism I am. And I share that with you we havemore options now more parties participating and gettingdifferent perspectives it’s exciting to me that there are allthese new ways for people to access the story there’s always going to be people whoare misinformed but you know that was also the instance in a previous epoch, peoplebut supermarket tabloids that happened you know. I’mstill getting my New York Times in publication. Well this has been a veryinformative and enlightening discussion and I thinka lot of our viewers will be uhh Following me on Twitter! Following you on Twitter thank you so much for meeting us.Here’smy go: the newspaper manufacture is changing andthat’s inevitable but we still need good journalism andwhen story web sites are busy optimizing for clinks and peddling inexpensive opinions we need tobe more selective about where we get our information and that’s our support. Wait! Before you runout and grip a newspaper this is what you have to do. Subscribe tothe channel: like this video and tell us where youthink journalism is headed in specific comments below. And that’s our make. The longest grip of the newspaper of all time.Until next time.

Most Popular Journalism Institutions in Kerala | Merlin Speaks 2

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on August 1st, 2020
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Beating disabilities to pioneer grassroots journalism : Jo Ju-hyun at TEDxDaejeon

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on July 26th, 2020
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I feel uncomfortable being applauded by you guys. When I came here I nearly “ve lost my” nerves. I can see so many foreigners and countless parties returned iPhones and are doing something with it.( Laughter) I am still consuming a Motorola from 2004. Earlier talkers have mentioned globalisation and social networks, but I would like to talk … about a somewhat suffering storey about OKChun near Daejeon. This very hansom charming boy is me. The slide was made when I was 8 years old. The reasonableness I present this depict is that my mother was so wise. Sitting on my left in black is the superintendent of my dormitory. When I was 8 years old I was left at rehab all alone. The Rehab center was kind of like a Internment camp. I learned how to do my own laundry and cook by my soul at that senility. I also learnt many challenges now because of the good judgment of my mother I had to stay there.Because of the very best judgement of my mother I had to stay there. Perhaps I don’t really look like the kind of person who overcame any limits and really, I never thought that I was unfortunate because I don’t have legs. Really a but painful sometimes. I think that this deterrent was not an issue I had to overcome but a kind of endless chain of calamities which drawn me here. So far, I’m talking about my poor legs but my form status are therefore not immense. I was born with a hereditary abnormality so I lack some parts like my gall bladder and they can not be replaced. I can still live like a ordinary being but my infection is a pain.Anyway, “theres not” real tie-in with my legs, and this history so lets move on. Chungcheongbukdo OkChun is located nearby Daejeon. Let me establish OKChun. As you guys know the Seoul world cup stadium has a capacity of around 64,000 but OKChun has a capacity of only 52,000 5 3,000, even with a neighbourhood Governor I used to work at the local information article. The drawing on the left is OKChun’s firs word paper issue from about 21 years ago. 21 year ago I said, I am going to make a newspaper. Many beings was just telling me I was crazy but the Hankyorah and Hong Sung was founded in the same year with the 88 Olympic Games. OkChun was issued the next year in 1989. At that time, It was difficult for the neighbourhood newspaper to watch goverment admistration and listen to citizen’s expressions without missing digit. On the liberty is a recent covering and now OKChun has more than 20,000 mansions. OKChun has at least 22,000 houses of which 5000 newspapers are read We “ve got another” 1500 who read on the Internet. Basically, every fourth category has a newspaper. Since 2000 the OK Chun newspaper has become more well known. In 2000 the regional selfgovernment was beginning to exaggerate the consequences of the local press. Neighbourhood press is also known as roots press. They are running in cities of less than 100 thousand people. That kind of city publicizes newspapers announced neighbourhood information newspapers. In big cities like Daejeon there is a local paper we call the Area News paper. Since 2000 the local paper was well known in the whole country and the home page has been very helpful for us. On the left side is our first homepage from June 30 in 1996. At that time we utilized Kornet for searching the homepage and were connected by telephone dial up. It took a long time to transmit a thumbnail picture. As I remember, in 2000 I passed a briefing in front of reporter and the working day I was indicated that while searching on the Internet we could find articles with a kind of search. After I innovated this aspect I received a standing ovation from my audience. This as approximately 10 years ago, a long time. Many parties subsidized making a local press culture gala and AntiChosun activity while I wanted to introduce this chap, Oh han hung. Oh han hung was the representative of OK Chun newspaper. He has now left. This is the election sheet which was ran in an election report. I was so happy to meet him. He and I were on the same wavelength and we lived together and shared one garden-variety and two residences in the same lot. I still think of it as a really strange situation. Actually, the election report was something I turn in my blog. There was no poster and I dropped in to see how he is going yesterday. My candidate stopped in the street. I was also in the place and cried out for buying peanuts or fish. I did not know if he was campaigning hard-bitten or not but he used to say,’ I enjoyed the election to lead the revolution .’ Oh Han Hung is the kind of person who will is everything when reaching his objective so I see Cho Sun paper, I am not going to talk to you .'( Laughter)( Applause) It was just for recreation but it spread to the whole country and substantiated OK Chun. 36 areas in the country had a same situation. Hong Sung and Nam Hae including many other neighbourhoods reported their activity. Professor Hwang Chul Min at Sae Jong University was determining cinemas and he selected all the situations on the homepage and made a film demo the above-mentioned issues. Anyway, I was one of the main personas in that movie. Countless beings joine actions and we made a really great campaign. We descended the anti name anyway. We started hoping to make a funny revolution. The left picture is our PR on wall street. Nobody facilitated us. Each being squander their own money. The liberty slide is the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation who establish environmentally friendly rice called OkChun Flower Rice. People make a group purchase integrating the whole country. We arranged for campaign monies and missiles and parties had immense amusing. Maybe this meeting was only possible for a small city like OK Chun before.I said, network in English which means we know each other very well. Even the councillor Gun was in the Anti Chosun network and too the Korean Veterans Association. By the space, the spooky perspective of the Anti Chosun was that we did not know who was our enemy and who was with us.( Laughter) I think we did not know and that’s why we had so much fun. When this kind of power comes together, while we got more ability, there were countless cause why OK Chun had the Anti Chosun campaign.There was one specific reason. Swarajist Chong Dong Ho (, 8M 4D, 1892~ 9M, 11 D, 1954) was born in the Chung San Meun one of the purposes of OK Chun in Chung Cheong Buk Do. He published an independent newspaper as a provincial government paper. was born in the Chung San Meun one of the purposes of OK Chun in Chung Cheong Buk Do. It boosted the independent psyches of populations and cured follow and anti Japanese sensibility for 6 years by working with Ahn Chang Ho Lee Gquang So. The middle person here is a prominent poet Jung Ji who wrote Homesick. He was born in Ha Gwe Li in OkChun in 1946. He wrote Kyung Hang Newspaper and harshly blamed the Han Min Party as the proJapanese group and had actively worked for a purge expedition of the deserters. He too left numerous critical rhetorical writings. In Korea we do not really respect the press. Since they gained influence they have been used for political roles. Nonetheless, Song Gun Ho was different. Song gun ho(): 1926 2 001 was also was born in Okchun and had numerous names like the father of shelled reporter and the intelligence of people. He has left his brand on the history of the Korean press.All three of them were born in Okchun. As based on this historical background and tenant press, Okchun newspaper collaborated in 2003 to make a Media culture gala. The Media ethnic celebration is now almost done as a gala for tenants, and the reporters in the entire country, and grassroots newspapers. They all get together and accommodated an exhibition and discuss the future. New writers abode and discover about the value of press, and the culture gala had many other voluntary services. Today I will not talk about many other narratives However, I wielded at the OKChun newspaper and AntiChosun and the media culture gala with happiness.Even though I live with the label of disability and that will never vary. I used to tell my lad, even though you might be hungry and tired, be delightful and be passionate with your work. Thank you.( Applause ).

Watch NBC News NOW Live – July 17

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on July 20th, 2020
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The Iraq war: when journalism failed

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on July 13th, 2020
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REINALDO is anticipated TO PLAY WITH A KNEE harm. "safe SOURCES" starts correct NOW. >>> good MORNING AND WELCOME TO "riskless SOURCES." THIS MORNING we’ve got A giant question TO reply. Who’re THE nontoxic SOURCES ON THE hindrance IN IRAQ? There was A ROAR IN contemporary DAYS. I HEARD IT in all places MY TWITTER FEED FROM VIEWERS WHO wish to recognize WHO THE SO-known as ARCHITECT are now INHABITING tv STUDIOS once again GIVING recommendation ABOUT WHAT to do this TIME. In actual fact THEY under no circumstances fairly LEFT. THE BACKLASH was VERY seen AS DICK CHENEY, PAUL BREMER AND WOLFWICZ CRITICIZED. WE noticed MEDIA CRITICS POUNCE pronouncing THEY have been DISCREDITED by IRAQ’S choices A DECADE in the past. SENATE MAJORITY chief HARRY REID POSTED THIS image ON TWITTER OF all the speakme HEADS. The only thing I need to HEAR FROM IRAQ war ARCHITECT IS AN APOLOGY. HARRY REID VOTED IN want OF IT.HE SAYS HE wishes TO REDRESS IT. RACHEL MADDOW called IT MADDENING. I feel HER COLLEAGUE JEFF SCARBOROUGH was IMPLICITLY RESPONDING TO HER WITH THIS. >> DO we have now PAUL BREMER ON TO HAVE HIM speak ABOUT IT? ARE WE AFRAID TO LET HIM talk? NO. WE allow humans TO speak. We have now A FREE market OF suggestions AND EVEN people WITH WHOM WE DISAGREE, WE allow THEM TO speak. >> SO THERE was A BACKLASH TO THE BACKLASH. I need to ASK TWO people ABOUT THIS who have unique aspects OF VIEW.LET ME carry IN JONATHAN LANDA FROM McCLATCHE AND PETER RYAN coronary heart. Thank you each FOR BEING right here. >> excellent MORNING. >> just right MORNING. >> I WENT again, JONATHAN, AND REREAD THIS guide ABOUT WHAT WENT flawed IN 2003 by GREG MITCHELL. "SO wrong FOR see you later." IT aspects OUT YOU had been certainly one of THE FEW TO ASK THE right QUESTIONS earlier than THE INVASION. THE publication facets OUT IN EARLY 2005 YOU WROTE THAT THE U.S. Won’t WIN THE battle. YOU got here TO THAT CONCLUSION VERY EARLY ON.WHAT HAS IT BEEN proper within the final WEEK OR TWO TO BE observing AND studying THE insurance plan? HAS IT BEEN DEJA VU FOR YOU? >> it can be BEEN I feel THE phrase MADDENING is an effective ONE. I’VE RUN OUT OF ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE the way THESE folks WHO have been THE ARCHITECTS OF THIS catastrophe, UNMITIGATED catastrophe WHICH continues to be UNFOLDING, HOW THEY’VE RESURFACED. They have got BEEN treated WITH — AS CREDIBLE authorities ON WHAT’S going on IN IRAQ WHEN the whole thing THEY said ABOUT IRAQ, the whole lot THEY’VE PROPHESIZED was absolutely fallacious. >> PAUL BREMER used to be here in the GREENROOM AS WE were GETTING capable FOR THE segment.DO YOU suppose HE must BE ON shows LIKE THIS speaking ABOUT IRAQ proper NOW? >> we’ve the primary amendment. We have FREEDOM OF SPEECH, however YOU are not able to PUT folks ON TO discuss AN challenge AS important AS IRAQ AUTHORITATIVELY IF they’ll SPOUT INACCURACIES, errors. One of the crucial biggest blunders, ONE OF essentially the most glaring errors we now have BEEN listening to is that this historical REVISIONISM THAT IRAQ was once CALM WHEN THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION LEFT place of job. IT MOST most likely used to be not by THEIR possess experiences FROM THEIR own PENTAGON AND THEIR own STATE division. SO must THESE individuals BE dealt with AS CREDIBLE SOURCES ON what is going on ON IN IRAQ proper NOW? I would consider provided that they are ready to say, you know WHAT, I used to be mistaken ABOUT WHAT happened. WE wouldn’t have DID WHAT WE DID however WE DID WHAT WE DID AND NOW WE have got to transfer beyond — WE have got to maintain THE hindrance THAT NOW EXISTS. >> that is THE perfect flip TO PETER. YOU WROTE A COLUMN TITLED EVEN IRAQ SINNERS should BE HEARD. YOU said YOU had been a kind of SINNERS. Tell ME WHAT YOU BELIEVED THEN AND WHAT YOU feel NOW. >> I SUPPORTED THE struggle IN IRAQ, THE journal I EDITED suggested IT. IT used to be THE greatest MISTAKE I HAVE MADE AS A JOURNALIST IN MY profession. One of the crucial greatest mistakes I WROTE IN MY lifestyles. I WROTE pretty much TWO BOOKS looking to GRAPPLE WITH HOW I could have been SO flawed. MY VIEW ABOUT — I consider it’s absolutely real THAT THE MEDIA’S international policy conversation HAS AN instinct closer to BELTWAY INSIDERS WHO SHARE basic ASSUMPTIONS. One of the vital humans WHO HAD THE intellectual FORESIGHT that allow US TO IRAQ still do not get ON THE AIR WHICH IS A large hindrance. I do not need A trouble striking ON men and women WHO had been ARCHITECTS OF THE IRAQ warfare ON TO speak today so long as THEY must RECKON WITH WHAT happened prior to now.WE mustn’t treat THE prior AS IF it is irrelevant. It’s not irrelevant. It’s extremely significant. PUT THEM ON so long as you’re additionally GOING TO ASK THEM hard questions about precisely THIS, WHY THEIR VIEW must BE considered CREDIBLE GIVEN THE past. >> I recounted at the top OF THIS dialog WHAT YOU AND YOUR COLLEAGUES DID IN 2003. What’s the SINGLE remove FOR JOURNALISTS ABOUT the place YOU ALL WENT WHEN SO MANY OTHERS have been looking in the other direction? >> good, first of all, WE were AT KNIGHT RIDDER back THEN due to the fact that MRKCLATCHE 45D NT purchased IT THEN. Recollect I DID THIS WITH WARREN STROEBL. WE were JOINT by JOE GALLOWAY WHO used to be A COLUMNIST FOR US AT THE TIME. The one dispose of IS JOHN WOULD SAY, IS WHAT they’re saying proper? That’s OUR duty AS JOURNALISTS.IS IT real? HE FELT WE HAD A specific duty considering KNIGHT RITER, NOW OLYMPIC CLATCHY ONWNWNWNS – McCLATCHY OWNS NEWSPAPERS IN towns the place squaddies’ households had been COMING FROM. WE OWED IT TO THEM to provide an explanation for WHAT was once going on, WHAT THE risks OF INVASION was once AND WHAT was once unsuitable WITH THE CASE THAT used to be BEING MADE FOR THE INVASION. IS IT proper? >> PETER YOU mentioned YOU consider SOME VOICES do not GO ON THE AIR TO name THAT A significant hindrance. Who are some of the VOICES THAT YOU suppose must BE ON AIR more mostly? >> ONE character comes to mind IS ANDREW BASOVICH. Incredible HISTORIAN OF overseas coverage. Additionally any individual WHO SERVES HIMSELF AS A career navy OFFICER AND WHOSE SON TRAGICALLY was KILLED IN IRAQ.There is a BIAS IN phrases OF folks who are placed on AIR IN distinct I think closer to humans who are practically power IN WASHINGTON. Persons WHO WORK AT think TANKS. Any one LIKE BASOVICH IS shut TO energy. He will never BE CONSULTING. HE HAS far more fundamentally DAMNING AND critically foremost knowledge. He’s DEEPLY knowledgeable ABOUT AMERICAN overseas policy AND IRAQ IN precise. He will BE A useful balance TO one of the people WE SEE ON A LOT. >> THERE seems to be THIS ancient habit OF THE AMERICAN MEDIA TO REHABILITATE persons who’ve honestly both broken THE legislation OR HAVE carried out QUESTIONABLY — QUESTIONABLE things IN government AND TO REHABILITATION THEM, AS I said. Begin WITH WATERGATE. A few of those GUYS, CONVICTED FELONS, end up AS COMMENTATORS ON THE MEDIA.Seem AT IRAN-CONTRA, WHICH IS the place YOU HAD A whole BUNCH OF SENIOR people WHO had been CONVICTED OF FELONIES, AND yet THEY — many of THEM HAVE additionally BEEN REHABILITATED. THE IRAQ INVASION, you’ve gotten men and women ON CNN WHO have been MOUTH portions FOR THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION AND were HANDING OUT deceptive AND INACCURATE information TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC AND the world who are dealt with AS legitimate, CREDIBLE POLITICAL COMMENTATORS. I suppose that may be a VERY serious crisis. >> I suppose part of WHAT occurs right here IS repeatedly within the MEDIA THE idea OF steadiness IS any individual WHO’S related to THE DEMOCRATIC party AND anyone WHO’S associated with THE REPUBLICAN get together. When you have AN environment AS WHAT DID happen within the RUN as much as THE IRAQ war where both THE LEADERSHIPS OF THE DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN get together truly HAVE A equivalent point OF VIEW seeing that generally, recollect, THE DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICANS may AGREE ON greater than THEY DISAGREE ON. That is WHEN they don’t get offered. >> thanks both FOR becoming a member of ME right here.>> thanks. >> thanks. >>> UP next, A.

City of News – How to become a Journalist in Brussels | Wie wird man Journalist in Brüssel | Part 2

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on July 7th, 2020
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Politics is one way or the other practically my regulation reviews; I have already got some earlier expertise in it and thus I expect from the holiday to find out whether or not politics is quite some thing for me, probably additionally in phrases of the eu Union. Every day there’s constantly exceptional information and understanding, no longer simplest from Europe, but from in all places the arena. I’m wavering between public members of the family relations and journalism and i am hoping that the expertise in Brussels goes to support me make my mind up. My identify is Antonio Leon. I used to be a journalist before I came to the opposite facet of communique 19 pupils from Hamburg and Iserlohn are participating in the excursion. Some aspire to grow to be political journalists, others wish to get into PR. I am within the press room and there are journalists from 24 one of a kind nations…Any person who becomes a journalist here has various colleagues. A whole of just about 1200 media representatives are permanently authorised to the european institutions. About 270 of them are from print media corresponding to day-to-day newspapers; 400 work here for more than a few tv and radio stations. There are also journalists from solely online media, news businesses and authorized construction businesses. This is more than in Washington D.C. The eu has the most important press workforce on this planet. Maybe Cavit will soon be part of it.It appears very intriguing! Most effective excited about the 24 languages spoken. I are not able to suppose that 24 languages are really spoken here, but it could be a fab factor to experience that reside. Are living is our key phrase. Furthermore to the click rooms, the fee’s Press Centre also has its own television studios. We are on our method. Excellent morning from the tv studios of the eu fee, i’m the head of the information Desk. Fred D’Hondt is Head of the commission’s information desk. He’s in control of the technical infrastructure that’s on hand to all journalists involved in European politics. The commission’s tv studios can be utilized gratis by way of journalists. That is an present which is open to all media houses international. The one situation is that they must report on eu issues. That you can additionally work for Russian, American, African or chinese tv. We make no big difference. What I in finding intriguing about the television studio is that you should utilize it without cost What I to find fascinating concerning the tv studio is that you can use it without spending a dime and that there are also radio studios that you need to use and also you handiest ought to pay for the satellite sign.So that’s relatively nice! I would want whatever a little more everlasting. You come right here as soon as every week to work on some thing after which its finished, in order that would not be for me. I need my everlasting workplace the place i can have my possess cup of espresso and say: that’s mine! It could not be like that right here. Euronews produces the raw Politics format for linear tv and online. This is presently being all set right here. And we’re here are living. Its a mini internship. Here in Brussels there are many extra possibilities for scholars. For instance, the danger to get an internship. They are able to do an internship at the institutions, at the media workplaces based in Bruxelles or they are able to do internships again dwelling in Germany after which file about ecu issues. So you dont relatively have to be in Bruxelles or Strasbourg to make european journalism. You are able to do it anyplace you wish to have. And many times coming right here for four days or five days can change your perspective concerning the european and that is fairly foremost. No longer at all times, but it may well happen. So there are a lot of possibilities. And there are also plenty of work-mates who already work here and we can definitetely be trained from them.The infrastructure is in place, and even if political reporting directly from Brussels just isn’t something for every body, European themes are nonetheless a recurring theme in neighborhood editorial offices. So Europe is perpetually principal for journalists. However what’s it like? What does a journalist must understand? Isn’t the entire constitution of power right here incredibly complicated? We can discover..

Centre for Broadcasting & Journalism – Newsday Experience

Posted in Home Furnishings, Local journalism, Uncategorized on July 1st, 2020
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[MUSIC PLAYING] I just consider it’sreally pleasant considering the fact that you get to look whata information day would truely be like in the real world. And all of us get indifferent roles, so we get the threat to be aneditor and a page dressmaker. And yeah, you essentially just getto see what it will be like. [INDISTINCT CHATTER] [MUSIC PLAYING] have been jailed fora minimal of 33 years for murdering his sixteen-year-oldstepsister, Becky Watts.His 21-year-oldgirlfriend, Shauna Hoare, has been sentenced to 17years for manslaughter. Detective superintendent– i like Newsday because I likethe teamwork side of it, where you get to worktogether with all of– 30 neighbors, really,on your course. It is rather fingers-on. You get to use goodequipment as good. And yeah, something that peoplelook for in the industry. [MUSIC PLAYING] Mark, can you justredo it, please? Just right afternoon, I’mMark Schaefer. [LAUGHTER] excellent morning. [MUSIC PLAYING] You get to make use of the camerasand to get to movie. It is very technical. It can be very realistic. And it’s enjoyable. [MUSIC PLAYING].