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All that’s wrong with the media today: A ridiculous example

Tweet It sounds like something out of one of those cringeworthy, self-written high school plays. But in reality it is a genuine news report from a Fox affiliate TV station in the United States. And although it is a single […]

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What’s your digital lifestyle?

Tweet I am a firm believer that every person hasa certian level of digital integration in their lifestyle. The is something in almost all of us that uses the digital landscape in someway or another. This is what excites me […]

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What the Chilean miners’ rescue tells us about online media consumption

What the Chilean miners’ rescue tells us about online media consumption

Tweet Wednesday October 13th, most of the world were watching with baited breath as the rescue mission started for thirty three Chilean miners trapped about 700 meters below the ground. All thirty three men are doing well and it seems […]

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Why the UK needs a Jon Stewart

Tweet I really don’t like how the UK media (especially radio and TV) do political interviews. The journalists are exceptionally and unnecessarily antagonistic, and seem much more intent on tripping up their interviewees than finding any facts or truth in […]

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After healthcare reform – quick predictions for the path ahead

Tweet This started as a note on my Facebook status update last night, as I watched the historic vote in the US in favour of healthcare reform. I truly believe this is a step in the right direction for America. […]

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The increasing bankruptcy of 24 hour news media

Tweet I enjoy Jon Stewart’s Daily Show – the satirical news program from the States. Sometimes puerile, sometimes just dumb, but quite often genius, it is an (irreverent) look into US politics, culture and media. This past week, Stewart once […]

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Mind the Gap in Fairlady magazine

Tweet Graeme Codrington was recently promoted in the South Africa Fairlady magazine, with an article focused on the generation gap. Read it online here, or below.

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