Putin was recently called out for violating election rules in a scheduled re-broadcasting of “The Putin Interviews”
“Inauthentic” Russian-linked Facebook accounts and pages were found to have bought ~3,000 ads on the social media site.
See what you missed this week: From France and India, to Turkey and Venezuela.
This is the fifth piece in a series of op-eds about polling in the election. Read the previous piece here. John E. Newhagen is an associate professor emeritus at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Post-election analysis is awash with commentary and analysis asking how
Trump has taken advantage of the distrust in the establishment, and used his authority to validate fictional stories. With Trump’s support for misinformation, the fake news industry has found great success outshining real news and making its way to politicians’ Twitter feeds. According to a
The media world has remained in a state of collective shock following the election of Donald Trump, and has questioned where they went wrong while struggling to figure out how to improve and regain the trust of the American public. Within this whirlwind, The New
Society relies on the media to communicate new information and events happening all around the world. But what about daytime television talk shows like The View, The Talk, or Ellen? These talk shows produce viral videos, interview prominent figures in society, and reach millions of
Despite repeated scandals and gaffes on either side of what has been a consistently antagonistic and even volatile election, media coverage of these blunders has done little to shift American voters towards or away from their candidate. To anyone paying attention to this presidential election
Tomorrow’s election has proved to be a news event too big, and too ostentatious, for content producers of any form to ignore. The podcasting realm has been shaped by the election in a number of ways. While some shows Radiolab or 99% Invisible have not
The New York Times, The Washington Post, BBC News, and The New Yorker round out our top picks for this week. The New York Times – There Are Many Ways to Map Election Results. We’ve Tried Most of Them. The Times breaks down their election result maps