The world's oldest newspaper, Sweden's Post och Inrikes Tidningar, has embraced the digital age, ending its run as a print publication and opting to be published exclusively on the Internet. Founded in 1645 by Queen Christina, the Post and Do
Media critic "Spocko" took issue with on-air comments made by right-wing talk show hosts at an ABC affiliate radio station. He posted audio files of hosts' comments on his Web site, and notified advertisers who fled the station.
The corrupted corporate-controlled media defiles the spirit of Tom Paine
Of the over 20 Billion pages searched by Google our front page is now at a weekly average of 325,000. At our current rate of growth we’ll be number ONE is less than 5 months,... well maybe not, but we are definitely heading in the right direction.
Last night on Fox News, former President George H.W. Bush said the current politcal climate has "gotten so adversarial that it's ugly." Asked to offer an explanation for why there is this "incivility," Bush pinned the blame o
So at the risk of sounding contentious in this all-too-genuine era (several days) of bipartisanship, here now is a roll call of people who must officially shut the f*** up.
I think it is necessary to say that your website contains biggest amount of rubbish that I have ever read. In fact you are using freedom of speech as a cloak to spread hatred and confusion amongst vunerable people who know very little and maybe come
The internet is the last bastion of media freedom. The internet will soon constitute the major way that individuals obtain their news and information. The internet is immediate, detailed and unlike the mainstream media, it is completely uncensored, u
Many of you might not have heard of this man, but I urge you to read his columns at his blog. He was the senior edition at the New American, but was fired this past Tuesday for maintaining this blog. Read him. It's the JBS's loss.
I believe that web sites and blogs are the most reliable sources of real news in contemporary America. Sites like freedomsphoenix.com, huffingtonpress.com, antiwar.com stand as the future in journalistic integrity, if we can maintain the right to sp
Here's the link off Google about this movie. Enjoy
A New York Times decision to block British online readers from seeing a story about London terrorism suspects raises new questions on restricting the flow of information in the Internet age, legal and media experts say. The New York Times said on Tu
Middle East news reports are presented unedited and translated, when necessary, into English. (Can you smell the death of the networks?)
What you will never see anywhere else...
'Cause you know Faux News is closer to the truth
According to YouTube, people watch "more than 70 million videos on this site daily." Networks and even politicians are beginning to see its potential. YouTube executives admit that political content is becoming more common, according to the
A 3-judge appellate panel stated that bloggers can protect the anonymity of sources, reversing an earlier decision in the case of Apple Computer versus a group of owners of Mac rumor sites. They are protected under First Amendment rights as well as b
Last week, over a 3 or 4 day period, there were 4 instances in which a mainstream media outlet took a story that 2 reporters who put out TPMmuckraker.com, Paul Kiel and Justin Rood had first published and ran it as their own without crediting or ment
The Associated Press has confirmed using a Raw Story report as the basis for a Mar. 14 article detailing a change to national security clearance policies but has refused to issue credit for the piece. Their article, "Security Clearance Rules May
Thanks to the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law, and a lawsuit brought by Reps. Shays and Meehan, and the unwillingness of the FEC's Democratic commissioners to fight it, we now have Internet election regulations. Yay.
In a conversation on the House floor in the early 1980s, said Bailey, who won a Silver Star and three Bronze Stars in Vietnam, Murtha told him he did not deserve his Purple Hearts. He recalled Murtha saying: "Hey, I didn't do anything like y
CBS IS EXPANDING ITS WEB site venues for its prime-time programming--as well as making Internet deals for shows it doesn't own.
Rupert Murdoch has forecast a gloomy future for newspapers with the growth of the internet, saying he doesn't know "anybody under the age of 30 who has ever looked at a classified ad".
"The increasing popularity of mobile devices for viewing video, such as Apple's iPod and the PSP device, demonstrate the enormous consumer demand for entertainment on the go," Tom Rogers, the chief executive of TiVo, said. "We'
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WASHINGTON--Politicians indicated on Wednesday that a proposed law offering journalists special privileges might not be extended to Web loggers.
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