NowPublic was a crowd-sourced citizen journalism site based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, founded by Michael Tippett, Leonard Brody and Michael E. Meyers in 2005. In addition to its contributors, NowPublic also had a content-sharing agreement with the Associated Press. … Continue reading
By Albert N. Milliron On June 1, 2013, the Arab network Al Jazeera program ‘Listening Post‘ featured viral video ‘The Girls on Fox News‘ by country music artist Austin Cunningham. What happened after that is like someone borrowing your car … Continue reading
GOP’s Minority and Youth Gaps Not Being Publicly Addressed or Solved Trenton, NJ – July 30, 2013–Fear Of A Black Republican filmmakers, Kevin and Tamara Williams urge the Republican National Committee to free its Deputy Press Secretary in charge of … Continue reading
Tonight Politisite will be streaming the third and final Presidential debate live with a focus on Foreign Policy. The debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will begin at 9 p.m. eastern time and 6 p.m. pacific … Continue reading
Boston Globe loses reporter to POLITICO 12/21/2011 Donovan Slack (@donovanslack) has been named a senior reporter at POLITICO (@politico), where she will cover the White House and the Obama administration. She will also contribute to POLITICO 44 (@politico44), a blog that chronicles the Obama … Continue reading
CNN star Piers Morgan faces UK media inquiry via News from The Associated Press.
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