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Fake News and Social Media: Virginia Tech Expert Available to Discuss Impact on Beliefs

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Wikipedia Readers Get Shortchanged by Copyrighted Material

When Google Books digitized 40 years worth of copyrighted and out-of-copyright issues of Baseball Digest magazine, Wikipedia editors realized they had scored. Suddenly they had access to pages and pages of player information from a new source. Yet not all information could be used equally: citations to out-of-copyright issues increased 135 percent more than issues still subject to copyright restrictions, according to a new Berkeley-Haas study.

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Reuters Media Award to Boost Sustainable Ag Coverage

Through May 31, 2017, The Thomas Reuters Foundation and Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition are calling all journalists, bloggers, freelancers, and individuals covering a variety of food issues to enter for a chance to win nearly US$11,000, an all-expenses paid media training program, and access to an audience one billion strong.

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Panel to Examine Media's Role in Racial, Political Discourse

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The University of Illinois at Chicago's African American studies department will present "The Press, Race, and Contemporary Politics," a panel discussion addressing the role of news media in debates about race and politics.

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WashU Expert: The Importance of the First Amendment

Greg Magarian, professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis and noted expert on constitutional law, discusses what he sees as three prominent First Amendment issues that are important to emphasize right now: freedom of the press, proposed state laws directed at limiting street protests and free speech on campus.“A free press, street protests and activist students.

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Gov. Inslee to Gonzaga Students: Journalism More Important than Ever for American Democracy

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By Peter Tormey SPOKANE, Wash. – Gov. Jay Inslee told Gonzaga University journalism students Friday that the increasingly blurred lines between fact and fiction in American public discourse threatens our democracy, underscoring the crucial importance of quality journalism.

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Journalism Professor Speaks to Inevitability of Fake News

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The Causes and Consequences of Fake News: 3 Media Experts

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Wolters Kluwer to Publish Two Journals on Behalf of the American College of Healthcare Executives

Wolters Kluwer, a leading global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, is pleased to be named publisher of two new journals―the Journal of Healthcare Management (JHM) and Frontiers of Health Services Management―by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), the preeminent professional society for healthcare leaders and executives.

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Founding Fathers Used Fake News, Racial Fear-Mongering to Unite Colonies During American Revolution, New Book Reveals

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Fake news and fear-based political dialogue are nothing new to politics. In fact, the Founding Fathers of the United States used these types of tactics to unite the 13 colonies during the American Revolution, according to a new book from Robert Parkinson, assistant professor of history at Binghamton University, State University of New York.







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