Posts tagged news

“I cannot be part of a network funded by the Russia government that white washes the actions of Putin”

via soupsoup:

Russia Today anchor Liz Wahl resigns on air

Reactions Upon Seeing CNN’s Homepage This Morning

via whathappensinadops:

My Team (and anyone in digital sales):

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The CNN Sales Rep:

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reference: the CNN homepage this morning

(h/t to  for pointing this out)

GIF visualizing ESPN’s SportsCenter TV show by time dedicated to each sport, illustrating seasonal patterns in news coverage
via ilovecharts:

What I Learned From A Year Of Watching SportsCenter

GIF visualizing ESPN’s SportsCenter TV show by time dedicated to each sport, illustrating seasonal patterns in news coverage

via ilovecharts:

What I Learned From A Year Of Watching SportsCenter

Meet the “St. Louis Hipster Culture”

Record stores! Dance parties! Skinny Jeans! KSDK cub reporter Dana Dean is on the scene:

Congrats to St. Louis TV station KSDK news for discovering hipster culture in St. Louis, advancing the local scene to only 5 years behind pop culture…

PS - Is this news? Those are places hipsters used to hang out in St. Louis when I lived there…in 2008!

Play TV newscast bingo, using your own custom card via STLToday.com and the Weatherbird…

Play TV newscast bingo, using your own custom card via STLToday.com and the Weatherbird…

Interns break the news: SCOTUS decision racing edition

Watching these news interns race to deliver breaking news to broadcast TV anchors…

But a good foot race always comes down to how you finish, not who is most fast…

Let’s hear it for all the news interns who literally helped break the news!

I think most Google Reader users had this same reaction when they learned the service would be discontinued…

via downfallr:

Hitler finds out Google Reader is shutting down

STUDY: More people than ever use apps!

STUDY: Smartphone users rely on GPS and map functions so they won’t get lost.

STUDY: Small but growing number of people use their tablets as coasters for cold drinks.

STUDY: Men consume a whole lot of porn.

STUDY: More people than ever use emoticons in text messages.

STUDY: Consumers compare prices online while shopping at big box retail stores.

STUDY: Majority of Americans can’t find Mali on a map.

STUDY: Tech blogs and newspapers always happy to publish results of inane studies.

Adam Penenberg offers alternatives to a recent and unnecessary study which finds that people like to play on their phones while watching TV. (via futurejournalismproject)

(But sometimes “common knowledge” is not supported by hard research, and when it becomes true then there are usually some surprises to the news.  Also, I may be guilty of writing a few like these…)

How Americans react to the cognitive-dissonance of Fox News…
h/t sbolen:

think-progress:

mediamattersforamerica:


Today in Fox News irony


Boom.

Heh.

How Americans react to the cognitive-dissonance of Fox News…

h/t sbolen:

think-progress:

mediamattersforamerica:

Today in Fox News irony

Boom.

Heh.