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  1. The state of the news media
  2. Engaging Communities Through Solutions Journalism
  3. How to combat fake news and disinformation
  4. Hong Kong multimedia project commemorates the 30th anniversary of June 4 massacre in Beijing

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Oil drillers who need to blow up an asteroid with a nuke. That sort of thing. I can safely say this, pecking away on my laptop with nary a lick of drama or explosion around me. It deserves kudos for making you really feel the stress of creating a live news show.

The state of the news media

While Hayden Christensen gets flak for his wooden acting in the Star Wars prequels, he gives the performance of his career with the rise and spectacular fall of the skeezy Stephen Glass, a go-getting New Republic writer who was busted for fabricating most of his stories. Any J-school grad will tell you that's a big no-no. Director Michael Mann brings his cool filmmaking style to the worlds of whistleblowers and Big Tobacco.

Satire is a literary genre that employs humor when making commentary on individuals or activities and their perceived vices, shortcomings, or mistakes.

Engaging Communities Through Solutions Journalism

In satire, humor is used to underscore an opinion or point about an issue or event. Most often, satirists CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Remember me?


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