Category Archives: Social Media

Job Shadow: Leader-Telegram Reporter Julian Emerson

By Nicole Bellford Leader-Telegram reporter Julian Emerson walked me through what he considers a “day in the life” of a print journalist on Sept. 30. Emerson, a University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire alum, said that he didn’t hesitate when he made … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Taylor Pelissero, account manager

By Maxwell Inskeep It is crucial in today’s society for companies to be well known and have some sort of brand awareness in relation to the public. Stokes+HERZOG is an agency offering personal, creative services which include graphic design, press releases, … Continue reading

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China builds media firewall

By Ke Jin  Freedom of expression in China is a privilege, not a right. The Communist Party has long striven to control freedom of expression in China. Websites from around the world are blocked, like Yahoo,Wikipedia and Google system. Major … Continue reading

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News media perpetuates “rape culture”

By Nicole Bellford A recent study from the Association of American Universities states 27 percent of collegiate women will be sexually assaulted by the time they graduate. While many blame the oppressor, perhaps it is necessary to trace the issue to an additional realm: … Continue reading

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The Russian government continues to censor its news media

by Parker Reed Russian president Vladimir Putin The Russian news media continues to have stricter requirements and limitations placed on their publications by Russian president Vladimir Putin and his administration. Since coming into power in 2000, president Putin has established … Continue reading

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How Twitter impacts political journalism

Live tweets change political journalism By Kim North There is no denying that social media affecting political journalism says Chris Cillizza. The degree to which it is doing so is still unknown. We can only speculate that “the changes, which … Continue reading

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Twitter changing sports, fan relationship

By Kyle Naber Twitter and sports go hand in hand in today’s fast paced and social media storm of a world. During sporting events, there are millions of tweets that are firing off every second, but is it possible that twitter … Continue reading

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