From the site's blurb: "On the Media explores how the media 'sausage' is made, casts an incisive eye on fluctuations in the marketplace of ideas, and examines threats to the freedom of information and expression in America and abroad. For one hour a week, the show tries to lift the veil from the process of "making media," especially news media, because it's through that lens that we literally see the world and the world sees us."
BetaTales is a blog about our digital future - and how it affects the media and our lifestyle. Read about digital media trends, online news, social media and digital lifestyle. Written by the Norwegian editor John Einar Sandvand.
"The International Forum for Responsible Media, (Inforrm for short) has been set up to debate issues of media responsibility.
"We believe in an independent, strong, free and responsible mass media. The media has important privileges in the public interest to enable it to perform its role as a public watchdog. But with those privileges go responsibilities. The media’s right to freedom of expression must be properly balanced against the rights to privacy and reputation which are an essential part of human dignity."
From the site's blurb: "The Next Web launched in January 2008 as a spin off to The Next Web Conference. Soon after, the site found a life of its own and the potential for a technology site from an international perspective became a reality. The growth of the site over the past two years has been a testament to that, and we now currently serve 2 million unique visitors and over 4.5 million a month."
The Newseum — a 250,000-square-foot museum of news on Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington DC — offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits.
"Welcome to the new re-engineered Asian Correspondent. I am proud of the work the Hybrid Editors and Web Team have done and hope you like it too. AC really took on a life of its own when I discovered that many bloggers were interested in building a news source bigger and more influential than just themselves. This was over a year ago and since then we have worked with hundreds of contributors"
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