It’s news outlets versus the giants of social media and the web.
Political tensions are running high in today’s divisive environment, but some media-based projects hope to bring people together and start a discourse.
As Bill Nye says: “I like to remind everybody science is political.”
Press Secretary Sean Spicer has made some notable gaffes recently. Is he damaging the credibility of the White House?
Every corner – social activists on Twitter, advertising experts, SNL, and various media outlets – took aim at the recent “protest culture” Pepsi commercial, starring Kendall Jenner.
Tomi Lahren – famous for her vocal and candid “Final Thoughts” segments – has been officially “suspended” and may have been “permanently banned” from her network.
While many members of the press who were arrested on Inauguration Day have been released, journalists Aaron Cantú still faces felony charges.
A few notable news giants were cleared out of the White House press conference on Friday February 24, but President Trump still made room in the press pool for some fresh faces. A rather unknown outlet, UNF News and Radio Network, UNF standing for Universal News
The popular discussion board Reddit is the internet’s very own hodge-podge – with subreddits dedicated to everything from once-viral Vine videos to political movements. This past election cycle, Reddit has become a sort of virtual meeting grounds for the alt-right. The alt-right is a white
The Presidential election was a gift to news networks this year, which Fox News proved by bumping ESPN out of the top spot for most watched cable news network. Sports and politics share a language according to the BBC, and this the bubbling post-election atmosphere