Category: Media

Media Begin to Acknowledge: Some Kurdish Forces Are a Problem | Breitbart
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Media Begin to Acknowledge: Some Kurdish Forces Are a Problem | Breitbart

The mainstream media have begun to acknowledge that some Kurdish forces in the Turkey-Syria border region are a legitimate national security concern for Turkey, after a week of criticism of President Donald Trump’s withdrawal. On Sunday, the New York Times published an article about how Kurdish forces, apparently out of spite, were no longer allowing U.S.…

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No Legitimate Media Would Accept Adam Schiff’s Impeachment Lies
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No Legitimate Media Would Accept Adam Schiff’s Impeachment Lies

We have impeachment witnesses testifying in secret. We have transcripts of that testimony kept secret. We have Democrats refusing to allow Republicans to question a secret (fake) whistleblower. We have selective leaks of this secret testimony. We have the ringleader behind all of this, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), secretly conspiring with the fake whistleblower. And…

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Nolte: Media Desperation Hits Defcon 1 as Ukraine Hoax Unravels
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Nolte: Media Desperation Hits Defcon 1 as Ukraine Hoax Unravels

Trump’s China call! The Ukraine texts! Chuck Todd melts down! Republicans break with Trump! Just like the media’s phony Australia freak-out earlier this week, on Thursday, the fake news media hit us with round after round of sound and fury signifying nothing. As the Ukraine Hoax loses steam, as those of us keeping our heads…

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Take a peek at the future of media and entertainment at Disrupt SF
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Take a peek at the future of media and entertainment at Disrupt SF

Where does tech end and media begin? It can be hard to find the dividing line, particularly as tech companies move into the media business, and as big Hollywood blockbusters are increasingly created on computers. So even though TechCrunch’s Disrupt SF event (happening next week!!) is ostensibly a tech conference, we’ll have plenty of big…

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The MIT Media Lab controversy and getting back to ‘radical courage’, with Media Lab student Arwa Mboya
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The MIT Media Lab controversy and getting back to ‘radical courage’, with Media Lab student Arwa Mboya

People win prestigious prizes in tech all the time, but there is something different about The Bold Prize. Unless you’ve been living under a literal or proverbial rock, you’ve probably heard something about the late Jeffrey Epstein, a notorious child molester and human trafficker who also happened to be a billionaire philanthropist and managed to…

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The Last of Us Part II Media Event Hypes PlayStation’s Most-Anticipated Game – CCN.com
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The Last of Us Part II Media Event Hypes PlayStation’s Most-Anticipated Game – CCN.com

We’ll finally be hearing more about Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II, later this month. | Source: Naughty Dog/SonyAfter month’s of radio silence, we’ve learned that developer Naughty Dog and Sony are hosting a The Last of Us Part II media event later this month.Gaming conference host extraordinaire Geoff Keighley of The Game…

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Would we miss the Media Lab if it were gone?
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Would we miss the Media Lab if it were gone?

A friend and MIT grad wrote to me yesterday, “I don’t know if the Media Lab is redeemable at all.” This in the wake of the bombshell Ronan Farrow piece in the New Yorker, reporting that the Media Lab under its director Joi Ito had covered up a much closer relationship with Jeffrey Epstein than…

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The mainstream media have still not learned the lessons of Gamergate
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The mainstream media have still not learned the lessons of Gamergate

This week the New York Times published a five-years-later retrospective on Gamergate and its aftereffects, which is chilling and illuminating, and you should go read it. It makes an excellent case — several excellent written cases, actually — that “everything is Gamergate,” that it and its hate-screeching online mobs were the prototype for all the…

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