Don’t only watch the Olympic coverage, but listen to it and consider how music does its ideological work.
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If you make an effort to get diversity in your reporting, Lau said, you’ll often find that your stories are more interesting.
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Hildy Johnson, in her pinstripe suit and jaunty hat, enters the office of her editor, Walter Burns. She’s quitting. She won’t be dissuaded by quick-talking Walter, her former lover. She’s… Continue Reading White knights in film noir
As local community and daily newspapers close across the country, their archives – and their stories of local politics, controversy and culture – are at risk.
“Community newspapers tell us… Continue Reading Archivists and researchers raise concerns about what will happen to newspaper archives
It turns out that newspapers in the 1830s had extensive government support.
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