Can life be better for a family without TV?
When discussing the future of news, very few people talk about emphasizing journalism as a public service.
A Hollywood blockbuster about a quadriplegic man is causing controversy within the disabled community.
Donald Trump regularly bullies and insults the media, and has even threatened general freedom of the press. Curiously missing? Journalistic outrage.
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Effectively self-centered, bombastic, offensive, brash, loud, crude, opinionated, misdirected, misinformed, arrogant, rude, racist, and misogynistic — is he our bi-product?
Have we become a society of intellectually obese people, gobbling up empty opinions as if they were real facts?
Andrew O’Brien, a modern man breaking PR boundaries, shares what works in reaching influential media and growing exposure.
Motivated journalists should do us all a favor and ignore the cheap tactics of Trump’s campaign.
Teenage photographer Maegan Sundlie focuses her lens on how the media packages women.
The princess/superhero culture does more harm to your kids than you think.
How does television influence parenting skills in a modern world of privilege and prejudice? Ernest Roberts examines the impact of ABC’s hit show, Blackish.
At a town hall meeting attended by the Mayor, concerned citizens of South Philadelphia propose a myriad of solutions to escalating gun violence.
And now the whole family can enjoy it!
Vicious, violent ideologies – white supremacy, fascism, communism – have become a regular and acceptable presence in the public square. Where is the media pushback?
“I don’t know the answer to that question. That’s the truth. And neither do you.”