The New England Patriots visited the White House yesterday, sparking renewed conversation about at least six players who followed through on their vows to skip the visit, as many players have expressed deep disapproval of the president since the team’s Super Bowl win. More broadly,
According to experts, the media missed vital narratives in the immediate aftermath after the Syria strike and the Afghanistan bombing occurred.
This is part two of a comparative analysis on North and South Korean media landscapes. Check out part one on North Korean censorship. North Korea is known to the world as the second worst country for freedom of press. The country’s ongoing mission to become
Press Secretary Sean Spicer has made some notable gaffes recently. Is he damaging the credibility of the White House?
Over the last three years, Iger, president of Disney since 2005, had to extend his tenure at the Mouse House three times, once in 2014, once in 2016 and once again this past March, as the board of directors has struggled to find his replacement.
The news media has been quick to critique and assess the actions of President Trump – on all issues except North Korea.
Bill O’Reilly is out at Fox News. This announcement, from 21st Century Fox, comes weeks after a New York Times report on the settlements of O’Reilly’s sexual harassment lawsuits. The Times had previously reported that FOX News settled five lawsuits, dating back to 2002, alleging
The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and National Geographic round out our top picks for this week. The Washington Post – How realistic are New York apartments on TV shows? An entertaining topic, thorough research, and multimedia elements? This story has them
Trending topics have power. One hashtag used by millions of people can give a company a larger, more diverse audience to leverage for their product or message. Social media marketers can use online tools, like Thunderclap, to enable thousands of people to post at the
Over the past few weeks, national focus has shifted away from political drama to put the spotlight on the questionable actions of some of the largest brands in the country, Pepsi and United Airlines. Both companies made mistakes that went viral, and consequently stirred national