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Decapitated journalist in Mexico used online social network site to report anonymously on violence

centerforinvestigativereporting:

Via the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas:

The body of a decapitated journalist was found on the morning of Sept. 24 in a roundabout in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, reported the GlobalPost. The female journalist was identified as María Elizabeth Macías Castro, editor-in-chief of the newspaper Primera Hora.

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On the occasion of our fifth anniversary, way back in 2003, the National Post put together a series of front pages, wondering what they would have looked if we’d been around in previous ages. They’d been long forgotten until a dusty poster turned up under a reporter’s desk and now revived here. (Pages by Rob Mckenzie and Kagan McLeod)Previous: National Post, 1929Previous: National Post, 1867Previous: Medieval PostPrevious: Imperial PostPrevious: Prehistoric Post

nationalpost:

On the occasion of our fifth anniversary, way back in 2003, the National Post put together a series of front pages, wondering what they would have looked if we’d been around in previous ages. They’d been long forgotten until a dusty poster turned up under a reporter’s desk and now revived here. (Pages by Rob Mckenzie and Kagan McLeod)

Previous: National Post, 1929
Previous: National Post, 1867
Previous: Medieval Post
Previous: Imperial Post
Previous: Prehistoric Post

Classé dans faux fronts National Post headlines lol history media journalism WWII World War Two

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Journalistic Verification, Amina Arraf, and Haystack

dominickbrady:

Excerpt via Jillian York:

How did a Syrian blogger, who told beautiful and heartwrenching stories of life as a lesbian in Damascus, manage to trick so many people? How did an American software engineer, whose passion for the Iranian cause led him to build what he dubbed the safest of circumvention tools, do the same? The stories of Amina Arraf and Haystack contain odd parallels: Both took advantage of fervor around Middle Eastern uprisings, both had a grassroots formation of followers…and both thrived on the promotion of professional journalists, whose praise helped garner them support. Both were also absolutely sensational stories that may have caused journalists, otherwise scrutinizing, to discard their usual standards.

(via seeyoulaterguys-deactivated2011)

Classé dans journalism media Jillian york

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Dans un communiqué du 10 décembre, la société des journalistes de Radio France Internationale vient de protester contre une intervention de la présidence de RFI, Alain de Pouzilhac dans l’éditorial. A. de Pouzilhac avait été nommé à la tête du holding coiffant TV5 Monde, France 24 et RFI en février par Nicolas Sarkozy.

Ce mardi matin, après l’interview de Noël Mamère (http://www.rfi.fr/actufr/articles/108/article_75822.asp) sur Radio France Internationale, notre confrère Frédéric Rivière, chargé de mener cet entretien, a reçu la visite du Président de RFI accompagné de la Directrice de l’information. Notre confrère s’est vu reprocher « d’avoir laissé dire des contrevérités » à l’antenne. Il ne fait aucun doute que ce « sermon » fait suite aux propos extrêmement critiques tenus par le député de la Gironde sur la réforme de l’audiovisuel français et sur la gestion actuelle de RFI.

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