Monthly Archives: October 2013

How well has media covered the Affordable Care Act?

Despite the conflict and drama filling national news reports daily, one issue has dominated the news unlike any other for the past several weeks: the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. It prompted a government shutdown, … Continue reading

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Show the media you know more trivia than they do

Can you distinguish a Basque from a basket, a mollusk from a moll, a twerk from a twerp? If so, then you may have what it takes to win praise, pride and prizes at the next Society of Professional Journalists’ … Continue reading

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News at Noon examines the media upheaval of 1963

Many of us marvel today at the way digital technologies have affected news reporting and mass media, transforming forever our means of gathering and disseminating information. Even as it happens, we chat and post and tweet about the speed with … Continue reading

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