The Trump Standard: Inequity Claims Dominate the Discourse

On the September 16th edition of NPR’s “On the Media,” acting host Bob Garfield opened the show with a recording of Hillary Clinton’s now infamous “basket of deplorables” comment. Offering his own commentary, Garfield said “sure, [Trump] has built his entire campaign on disparagement, but

The Week in Multimedia – September 19, 2016

National Geographic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Vox round out our top picks for this week. National Geographic – The New Europeans: Voices from a Changing Continent This story from National Geographic encompasses many stories into one. The topic itself has many layers,

Donald Trump Addressed Obama’s Citizenship – And Twitter Erupted

Yesterday, following an article by the Washington Post’s Robert Costa, the Donald Trump campaign said it would make a “major announcement” at his newest property on Friday – Washington, D.C.’s Trump International Hotel. Trump spokesman Jason Miller announced, as well, that the Republican candidate believed that

Who is Responsible for Online Advertising in 2016?

As individual companies gain more control over what advertisements users can view, we have to ask ourselves – What is responsible online advertising? On September 13th, in an attempt to answer this question, Adblock Plus added an extension to sell ads through their Acceptable Ads policy, a

A Penny for Your Comments? NPR Says No Thanks

On August 17, National Public Radio (NPR) announced that it will remove its comment section from the website. Scott Montgomery, NPR’s digital media editor, took to the publication’s website to explain that “the comment sections on NPR.org stories are not providing useful experience for the