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Drone demonstration spurs lofty discussion

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Who has the right to watch us from the sky?

Many TV stations have the capability to chase stories in the sky aboard a helicopter, but now some journalists are experimenting with drone technologies — used for military surveillance — to get previously unimaginable footage. Drone technology, your privacy and … Continue reading

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The Opportunities and Obstacles for Minority Media

As the audience for digital media widens, so too does the opportunity for writers, journalists and broadcasters. Populations whose voices were once drowned by the mainstream now have risen to ride the tide of new media sweeping through our lives, … Continue reading

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