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Bryan and David begin with a breakdown of the recent NPR departures as chronicled by NPR's own media reporter David Folkenflik (1:06). They transition to the rise of Wordle, a puzzle game heavily featured on the Twitter accounts of reporters everywhere (11:30). Then they discuss the Postgame Question of the Week, posed to Stetson Bennett IV after Monday's college football national championship game (19:00). They then tackle the Media Piss Test (24:00) and later talk about the unsurprising dissolution of '60 Minutes+' (26:30). Finally, they examine how exactly SEO considerations might affect this upcoming awards seasons (32:33). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Producer: Devon Manze Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, host Ayush Tiwari is joined by Newslaundry's Basant Kumar and Prateek Goyal.The conversation begins with this piece by Basant and Ashwine Kumar Singh on an Uttar Pradesh election show – Kya Bole UP – on Doordarshan which features BJP affiliates passed off as “common citizens”. “The show has crossed the line of ethics and is presenting more of a campaign for the current government,” Basant says. “Doordarshan surely runs on taxpayer money but it serves the government, not the people, in the current scenario.”Prateek takes the panel through his report on the “Bulli Bai” app, and what it reveals about “Trads” and “Raaytas” in the right-wing ecosystem. He also talks about how young people are drawn into the cycle of internet abuse: “They find it fun and amusing to troll and abuse people on the internet. But what they don't see is the hate that has been embedded in them from an early age which leads them to such online crimes.”This, and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have.Tune in.RecommendationsBasantPlunder of the AravallisPrateekउत्तर प्रदेश चुनाव विशेष: भाजपा, आरएसएस और विहिप कार्यकर्ताओं को पहचान बदल कर दिखा रहा डीडी न्यूज़AyushEm and the Big Hoom See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To many, the metaverse might feel like an obscure, perhaps mysterious, part of the internet that's exclusive to gamers, NFT collectors and over zealous tech CEOs. However, as the metaverse develops, the truth is that it has the potential to reshape the entirety of the online world in ways a lot of people don't expect. The metaverse could be the solution to universal ID, a way to better connect scattered workforces and provide a new e-commerce strategy for brands and retailers looking to reach younger consumers. “Really the most important thing when people say the word metaverse is that they're just talking about a version of the internet, where when you go to Reddit or you go to Facebook or you go to Instagram, you are the same person,” said Digiday esports and gaming reporter Alexander Lee during the latest episode of the Digiday Podcast. “You don't have different profiles or identities across those platforms. You are just yourself moving around in virtual space. ”But to get to that point, there is still much to be built and executed on, in order to achieve the idyllic version and the truest form of the metaverse, Lee said. During this episode, Lee provides a detailed discussion of one of the fastest growing parts of the internet and that stands to reason will be a big topic for 2022.
In this episode, we talk with Anne Michaud, Author of "Why They Stay" As a leading political reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Anne Michaud covered Bill Clinton's 1996 re-election campaign, Anthony Weiner's 2005 mayoral bid, and Eliot Spitzer's rise and fall as New York's governor from 2006 to 2008. Few folks have had the front row seat to the spectacular fall from grace of these politicians and the women who endured the cataclysm with them. Which got her wondering--as so many of us have--why did most of these women stick it out--or stay for as long as they did? Were they simply doing the Stand By Your Man blues, or did they have other motivations? Why They Stay: Sex Scandals, Deals, and Hidden Agenda of Eight Political Wives is the result of her musings and her deeply researched and fascinating analysis. Anne chose to look at eight couples and explore the similarities between them -- how the women responded to the crisis and its aftermath. These women made bold decisions that revealed their own agendas. · Hillary & Bill Clinton: One masterful decision launched her political career · Jackie & John F. Kennedy: Coping in bed and all the way to the bank · Eleanor & Franklin D. Roosevelt: A lifeless marriage sparks a social champion · Marion Stein & Jeremy Thorpe: Riding out British scandal to provide for her sons · Wendy & David Vitter: Married to the Party versus married to a man · Silda Wall & Elliot Spitzer: Real-life drama spawns TV show The Good Wife · Huma Abedin & Anthony Weiner: How to win against a man and the Media · Melania & Donald Trump: A foreigner's desire to live the American dream Anne found some interesting correlations between all of them and Elizabeth Woodville, the "White Queen" of English history. A widow, she married Edward IV for love, endured his promiscuity to stay and wield power, and ultimately, outlasted him to build the Tudor legacy through engineering her daughter's marriage to Edward's successor. Anne looked at 5 factors in her books--how deeply are these women committed to being the family emotional caretaker, how patriarchal values drive their actions, how motivated are they about building a family legacy, the degree to which financial and emotional security drives their actions, and do they have a sense of patriotism that inspires them to overlook the misdeeds of their husband for the greater good. She assigned each a "White Queen Quotient" measured against Woodville's iconic role as the ultimate political spouse in the face of scandalous male behavior. While we as spectators can only speculate about what drives them, Why They Stay makes a great case for what causes each of these women to play out their roles as stay-beyond-the-embarrassment wives. If Hillary Clinton had left her marriage, she might only be known as the spurned wife of a retired politician. Instead, she became the first woman to run for U.S. president on a major party ticket, a U.S. Senator and Secretary of State. These political wives aren't powerless pawns. They are shrewder than you expect. Why They Stay pulls back the curtain to reveal why women throughout history stand by their man...for better and for worse. In addition to her reportage at the Wall Street Journal, Anne previously wrote a nationally syndicated op-ed column for Newsday from 2008 to 2018. She has won more than 25 writing and reporting awards and has twice been named "Columnist of the Year," by the New York News Publishers Association and the New York State Associated Press Association. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Newsweek, BusinessWeek.com, Crain's NY Business, Cincinnati Magazine and more. Anne has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show, NY1's Reporters' Roundtable, and Fox 5 News WNYW....
This week, host Akanksha Kumar is joined by Newslaundry's Nidhi Suresh, independent journalist Arshi Qureshi, and Alt News senior editor Pooja Chaudhari.The discussion surrounds the fake “auction” of Muslim women on an app called “Bulli Bai”. “They are targeted attacks on Muslim women,” says Arshi. “First, it was only social media trolls and abuse. But now, it's much more than we can ever imagine...It's a way of trying to shut up those active Muslim women who speak up against the government.”Pooja spotlights the incompetence of social media platforms in taking action against issues like these. The panel agrees with Arshi when she says, “This can't be an act of some young minds sitting in front of their laptops, auctioning women. But this is something really big which is yet to be discovered.”This, and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have.Tune in.RecommendationsArshiMaidYou cannot shame us into silencePoojaFarm laws: Sikhs being targeted by fake social media profilesAkankshaSulli Deals 2.0: “They target us because they know our faith is stronger”My Mom's Photo Was Misused on Bulli Bai, No Daughter Should Be Writing ThisSulli Deals: Organised attempt to blame a Muslim youth for the appRitesh Jha aka ‘Liberal Doge': The man behind the livestream spewing hate against Pakistani womenNidhiHow Jon Stewart Became a Fierce Advocate for 9/11 RespondersDo Indian Courts Face A Dilemma in Interpreting Hate Speech?Nilotpal Mrinal: Meet the man behind ‘Justice for SSR' storm See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Following our annual tradition, for this week's podcast, Enterprise reporters look back at some of the most important stories for 2021.Noah Zweifel discussed how social-media accounts can vary from facts. He spoke of several stories he wrote this year — notably one involving dishonest posts meant to slur a candidate before elections — where finding and reporting the truth was essential in setting the record straight.Zweifel, the only reporter to cover elections in the four Hilltowns, reflected on the changing political landscape in the rural towns — all of which have more enrolled Democrats than Republicans and all of which went for Barack Obama in 2012 but went red for Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020. Republicans dominated the local elections this year after prior decades of Democratic dominance.Melissa Hale-Spencer spoke of how pandemic coverage this year and last changed the way The Enterprise puts out news, with regular updates on the website and in a free daily newsletter as well as a weekly round-up for print readers. The goal is to make the evolving science and government programs and regulations understandable and accessible to our readers while also covering how the pandemic plays out locally.Sean Mulkerrin discussed the ever-evolving lawsuits centering on Pyramid. At the same time the behemoth company is challenging the town of Guilderland to nearly halve its tax assessment, it also partnered with Guilderland this past year to successfully overturn a lower court decision that would have halted construction of a 222-unit apartment complex and a Costco wholesale center. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, it's an all-Newslaundry panel with host Nidhi Suresh being joined by Ayush Tiwari, Akanksha Kumar, Basant Kumar and Prateek Goyal for a discussion on the year-long journey of reporters at the organisation. The conversation begins with events they found the most difficult to cover; from Ayush and Basant reporting on the Covid crisis to Akanksha travelling across eastern Uttar Pradesh to find stories of the pandemic toll increasing by the minute. Prateek points to another aspect where Maharashtra saw an increase in child marriages by four times due to economic distress amid the lockdown. The panel also discussed the nuances of reporting; finding a story and finishing the process over months.They also spoke about the hardships faced on the field, things that kept them motivated and the toll on a reporter's mental health. “I think it's important to take time off from work at times just for yourself, especially when your work takes you to a point where you have seen people dying,” Akanksha comments. They also talk about how important it is to document what's happening around these days. “As journalists, we are the living documents of our time and we have to do our job right,” says Ayush. This, and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have.Tune in.Recommendations:Ayush: Loving LiesReal DictatorsAkanksha:Media Ka Underworld: Paid News, Corporate Aur LoktantraThe Center Will Not HoldBasant:Laal ChowkCaravan: Media SegmentNidhi:Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?LongForm PodcastMind HuntersPrateek:Laal Chowk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're looking back on 2021 at Minnesota Now, and Thursday, we turned our attention to news from the world of higher education. Host Cathy Wurzer talked with young journalists from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, the University of Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota State University-Moorhead about the top stories on college campuses around Minnesota this year. Theme music by Gary Meister.
Three international radio weddings. Major American shortwave stations in 1925. Bangladesh DX Report. Final edition of World Radio TV Handbook. Special program from Radio for Peace International. New Year's Eve special Noche Panamericana on WRMI.
This week, it's an all-Newslaundry panel as host Basant Kumar is joined by Diksha Munjal and Anna Priyadarshani.The discussion begins with Diksha's report on the implications and complexities of the POCSO Act in India. Detailing lapses in the system, she says trials which are to be completed within the stipulated one-year period have been pending for even five years in some cases. “Either the judge is on leave or the prosecutor is not available…and most of all the police does not care,” she says, reiterating the need to highlight such cases as “it hinders the lifelong functioning of a child who has been a victim to the abuse”.They then talk about Anna's ground report on the security concerns in and around courtrooms, especially focussing on the Rohini court and the recent incidents of fights, shootings and a blast in the area. Anna points out a few glaring gaps. “There are cameras installed in the courts but they aren't working so the proof of the further shootings, fights and court proceedings is never on evidence,” she says. She also talks about gang rivalries in the vicinity as another example of security breach around the court. “The security and police just stand there to watch all this happening.”This, and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have.Tune in.RecommendationsDikshaFlorida Woman Bites CamelAnnaNational security, at the cost of citizens' privacyBasantDelhi's ‘fast-track' POCSO courts: A vicious cycle of delays, pendency, and trauma for child victimsShootings, murders and an explosion: Why isn't Rohini district court fixing its security problem?Caravan: Media Segment See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this edition of Iowa Press we convene a panel of Iowa political reporters to look back on 2021 and preview 2022, including the upcoming legislative session. Joining moderator Kay Henderson at the Iowa Press table are Clay Masters, Morning Edition host and lead political reporter for Iowa Public Radio; Erin Murphy, Des Moines bureau chief for Lee Enterprises; Kathie Obradovich, editor for Iowa Capital Dispatch; and Dave Price, political director for WHO-TV in Des Moines.
This week, Democratic West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin said he cannot support the Build Back Better Act, which contains more than half a trillion dollars in climate investments. The White House has been negotiating with Manchin for months, hoping he would cast a key vote for the plan in the Senate, where their party's majority is razor thin. Without Manchin's support, the Biden administration's most ambitious action on climate may be dead, and the U.S. could fall short of key goals to prevent the worst effects of climate change. Reporters from NPR's climate change team — Jeff Brady, Lauren Sommer, and Dan Charles — take stock of where things go from here. NPR's Jennifer Ludden also contributed to this episode. Read her piece Manchin says Build Back Better's climate measures are risky. That's not true.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at email@example.com.
Hannah Miller & Kate Clark are Reporters at the Information. They put together a list of the 50 Most Promising Start Ups which includes many Crypto companies In this conversation, we dissect the list and discuss the companies included, lessons learned this year and potential storylines heading into 2022. ======================= LMAX Digital - the market-leading solution for institutional crypto trading & custodial services - offers clients a regulated, transparent and secure trading environment, together with the deepest pool of crypto liquidity. LMAX Digital is also a primary price discovery venue, streaming real-time market data to the industry's leading analytics platforms. LMAX Digital - secure, liquid, trusted. Learn more at LMAXdigital.com/pomp ======================= Compass Mining is the world's first online marketplace for bitcoin mining hardware and hosting. Compass was founded with the goal of making it easy for everyone to mine bitcoin. Visit compassmining.io to start mining bitcoin today! ======================= Crypto is all about democratization and freedom of choice. But many companies limit their offerings to centralized trading products. The crypto companies leading the pack in terms of innovation are those that extend access to the industry's cutting-edge products and services — bridging CeFi and DeFi. If you're searching for a platform that reflects crypto's promise of a more open and less restrictive financial future, look no further than OKEx. On OKEx now you can easily switch over to the new DeFi mode, connect OKEx's bespoke Web 3.0 wallet via browser extension and start exploring opportunities at the bleeding edge of crypto. From the DeFi Dashboard, you can monitor your portfolio of self-custodied assets across a range of blockchain networks and generate passive income from yield-farming with top DeFi protocols. In the NFT Marketplace, you can participate in exclusive drops and trade nonfungible tokens without secondary market fees. Meanwhile, the GameFi section is your portal to the latest and greatest in play-to-earn and blockchain gaming. Venture to the forefront of crypto innovation and connect with OKEx DeFi today. =======================
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K271: Holmes's Fall Converted Media Into Tech Skeptics At the height of her acclaim in 2015, Elizabeth Holmes, the entrepreneur who founded the blood testing startup Theranos, was named Glamour's “Woman of the Year.” Time put her on its list of 100 luminaries. And she graced the covers of Fortune, Forbes, Inc. and T Magazine. 成立血液檢測新創公司Theranos的創業家伊莉莎白．霍姆斯，聲望在2015年達到高峰，被Glamour雜誌選為「年度代表女性」。時代雜誌將她選入百大人物，她也登上財星、富比世和T雜誌等刊物封面。 Theranos collapsed in scandal three years later, failing in its mission to revolutionize the health care industry. But it did change the world in another way: It helped sour the media on Silicon Valley. 三年後Theranos因醜聞倒閉，無法達成革新醫療產業的使命。不過它確實以另一種方式改變了世界：讓矽谷的媒體走調。 That point was brought home when Roger Parloff, a journalist who penned the Fortune cover story on Holmes and Theranos in 2014, testified in a federal courtroom in San Jose, California, where Holmes is on trial for 12 counts of fraud. Parloff said Holmes had made misrepresentations to him, including the volume and types of tests that Theranos could do, as well as its work with the military and pharmaceutical companies. 這一點成為記者羅傑．帕洛夫在加州聖荷西聯邦法庭作證時的重點，他曾在2014年撰寫財星雜誌封面故事，報導霍姆斯和Theranos。在霍姆斯被控12項詐欺罪名的訴訟中，帕洛夫說，霍姆斯對他發表錯誤簡報，包括Theranos能做到的測試數量與種類，以及該公司和軍方及製藥公司的合作。 The discovery that Holmes, the tech industry's most celebrated female entrepreneur, was misdirecting the world about her company marked a turning point in the tech press, ending a decadelong run of largely positive coverage. Reporters cringed over glowing articles they had written about tech companies that turned out to have stretched the truth, glossed over the negative consequences of their products or generally abused the trust they had enjoyed with the public. 霍姆斯身為科技業界最知名的女性創業者，她被揭露就她的公司誤導全世界，代表科技媒體的一個轉捩點，結束十年來正面報導居多的趨勢。記者以他們撰寫的顯眼報導吹捧科技公司，實際上卻曲解事實，掩蓋產品的負面後果，或是廣泛濫用大眾對他們的信賴。 “Holmes just becomes this fable of ‘You can't just buy what they're selling,' ” said Margaret O'Mara, a professor at the University of Washington and a historian of Silicon Valley. “ ‘This was not what it purported to be, and we fell for it.' ” 「霍姆斯只是變成『他們說的話不能照單全收』的寓言故事」，華盛頓大學教授及矽谷歷史學者瑪格麗特．歐邁拉說，「它看起來表裡不一，而我們卻信了」。 After The Wall Street Journal published exposés in 2015 and 2016 showing that Theranos was not what it appeared to be, coverage of tech companies generally became more probing. 在華爾街日報2015及2016年刊出報導，顯示Theranos名不符實後，關於科技公司的報導變得更深入徹底。 Reporters dug into Facebook's role in the 2016 presidential election, as well as scandals at Uber and a series of #MeToo accusations and labor uprisings at tech companies. The shift happened alongside the realization that the tech industry was no longer the niche realm of idealist computer geeks. It had become the dominant force in the global economy and needed to be held more to account. 記者深入挖掘臉書在2016年美國總統大選的角色，優步與一系列「我也是受害者」指控，以及科技公司的勞工抗議。 這個轉變伴隨一個認知，科技業不再是理想主義電腦奇才的利基領域，它已成為全球經濟的主導力量，需要負起更多責任。 Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/5936758
This week, host Nidhi Suresh is joined by Srishti Jaiswal, independent writer and journalist, and Oishika Neogi, a human rights researcher and writer at Karwan-e-Mohabbat.Oishika talks about her story in Article14 on the widows of three people lynched in Jharkhand. On her responsibility as a reporter, she says, “We do report hate crimes, talk about it, but what after that? We forget. But these people have to live with it.”Srishti talks about her Al Jazeera report on the “human cost” of the farmer protests. “They won and it had been a great journey for them, but at what cost?” she says. “They have to live with this pain.” The panel agrees that the government fails at giving out data on everything from farmer deaths to lynching records. “The data collection is very weak within the government in every case,” Srishti says. “They don't realise how crucial it is.”This, and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have.Tune in.RecommendationsOishika MindhunterSrishtiThe Mindy ProjectLongform PodcastModern LoveNidhiBeware of Pity See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sen. Joe Manchin on Wednesday angrily shouted at reporters to go away — telling one, “You are bulls–t!” and “I'm done!” after he was peppered with questions about his reluctance to support President Biden's mammoth social spending bill. A diagnostic blood test may provide early detection of lung cancer in asymptomatic patients, according to a new study. The Navy has begun kicking out sailors who refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccine, but it won't slap dishonorable discharges on anyone for their decision to ignore a direct order. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Reefer Reporters for Thursday December 16, 2021– with Cindy and Ron. Stories include ...‘Doobies for donations' aims to help unhoused campers this winter with cannabis rewards; Private-sector online cannabis sales, delivery coming to Alberta in March; Coquitlam to allow cannabis production in industrial and commercial zones; $13M in cannabis and psilocybin seized in Alberta and BC raids; Puffco.com shuts down due to Post Office vape ban; New Mexico Credit Union First In Nation To Set Up Protocols For Cannabis Banking, Blow To Illicit Dealers; New Florida Bill Looks to Overhaul the Medical Cannabis Program and Regulate Delta-8 THC; Malta Becomes First in the EU to Legalize Recreational Cannabis Use; Haverfordwest mum's life changed by taking medical cannabis; Cannabis Users May Risk Harmful Drug Interactions
Indiana Pacers owner Herb Simon spoke to media members on Wednesday. Host Tony East is joined by Scott Agness from Fieldhouse Files to discuss what the Pacers owner said, and didn't say, about the state of the Pacers and the direction the team is heading. They also discuss Simon's thoughts on being a small market team and the team's poor TV situation. Then, Tony breaks down the Pacers loss to the Bucks, who were without Giannis Antetokounmpo. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! TrueBill Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/LOCKEDONNBA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Omicron is in Philadelphia. Many people have questions about the variant, how the region is reacting, how the hospitals are doing. We asked some of the reporters at KYW Newsradio to join us for a Twitter Spaces chat and break down what people should know about the virus and the biggest stories of the week, we recorded the chat with Pat Loeb, Jim Melwert, Tim Jimenez and Brian Seltzer and we're putting it out on the podcast as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
December 9th: Majczak and Marcinkiewicz Kill? (1932) Sometimes, it only takes 1 person's dogged determination to find the truth and solve a decades old case. On December 9th 1932 a Chicago police officer was killed inside of a speakeasy and, though two men spent over a decade behind bars for the crime, it was the dogged pursual of one of their mothers that placed the story in the hands of two reporters who were determined to find the truth. MERCH IS OUT NOW! https://www.bonfire.com/store/morningcupofmurder/ Join the Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/morningcupofmurder Follow Morning Cup of Murder on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cupofmurder @cupofmurder Follow MCOM on Instagram: @morningcupofmurder Have a Murder or strange local true crime story you want to share, or you just want to say hi? Email the show here: firstname.lastname@example.org Morning Cup of Murder is researched, written and performed by Korina Biemesderfer. Follow Korina on Instagram: @kbiemesderfer Morning Cup of Murder is Edited and Produced by Dillon Biemesderfer Follow Dillon on instagram: @dungeonsanddillons Information for this episode collected from: Wikipedia, law.northwestern.edu, law.umich.edu, chicagology.com, nytimes.com
Yes, there was a riot at the Capitol, but keep your eye on the ball: Trump tried to destroy American democracy. He literally tried to steal the election. Jonathan Karl joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: Jonathan Karl.
Hour 3: We had quite an action packed hour, as Boomer predicts that because of the brand new UBS Arena going up on Long Island that both the Knicks and the Bills will soon be looking for new homes to be erected for them, nothing but good times when Wally Szczerbiak is around, Guy Adami calls to register a complaint, some concerns regarding public transportation and public safety are discussed, Jason Garrett and his brother are both out of jobs, the Knicks handled their business against the Lakers, Gio isn't a fan of talking sports with beat reporters and imaginary escorts for select staff members was a fun topic we heard about. Now get into it already… See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.