Is media coverage of Trump too negative? You’re asking the wrong question. Trump: No politician in history has been treated 'more unfairly' “Look at how I’ve been treated lately, especially by the media," President Trump said at the U.S.
Coast Guard Academy's commencement on May 17. "No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly. " On Reality Winner, and the Eternal Battle Between the White House and the Press. Thigh-High Politics is an op-ed column by Teen Vogue writer Lauren Duca that breaks down the news, provides resources for the resistance, and just generally refuses to accept toxic nonsense.
Over the weekend, a 25-year-old NSA contractor named Reality Winner was arrested after being accused of leaking a secret document to an online media organization, which published an article titled "Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election.” But beyond the endless and obvious puns positioning us all as the true reality losers lies a battle between the White House and journalism as an institution — a clash that is inextricably linked to the future of democracy. We often deride “the media,” talking about the press in abstraction and losing sight of one important goal of journalism: checking power by arming citizens with information. There are plenty of other egregious examples of this, including Franklin D.
Things to Read: Naomi Klein: ‘Trump is an idiot, but don’t underestimate how good he is at that’ The parallels between Russia investigation and Watergate - Axios. The Trump effect: Mnuchin, like President Trump, puts a high premium on loyalty when it comes to appointing senior aides.
Mnuchin's closest confidants, Eli Miller and Justin Muzinich, are folks whom Mnuchin trusts as virtually leak-proof. The original selection for this position was Goldman Sachs executive Jim Donovan, but he later withdrew his name from consideration because of family issues. Behind the scenes: When Donovan dropped out, an intriguing name on the early consideration list was Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-OH), according to a source with direct knowledge. Treasury officials liked the idea of someone with Capitol Hill relationships going into tax reform. What's next: The OneWest foreclosure controversy will almost certainly be brought up at Brooks' confirmation hearing. Brooks joined OneWest in May 2011 where he served as the bank's vice chairman. La web neonazi The Daily Stormer intenta difundir el "hitlerismo" entre los foros en español.
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" El hombre que creó a Trump se ha ido: este es el legado de Roger Ailes. Washington (CNN) – La repentina muerte de Roger Ailes, fundador y expresidente de Fox News, este jueves a la edad de 77 años implica que el hombre que ayudó a inventar el conservadurismo –con todo su carácter, sin remordimientos, en medio de una gloria fuertemente criticada por los medios de comunicación– se ha ido.
PlayGround: "No estamos en la época de la información: esta es la era de la Emoción" Vincenzo Angileri ¿Qué es un proyecto editorial hoy?
Pay Models in European News - Reuters Institute Digital News Report. Pay Models: A General Overview Pay models are becoming an important part of the business of digital news, as legacy revenues continue to erode, and digital advertising revenues increasingly go to large technology companies like Google and Facebook who are able to offer advertisers unduplicated reach, targeted advertising, and low rates.
In most countries, it is still only a minority of news lovers who pay for online news (Newman et al 2016). But more and more news organisations are implementing pay models and some, including both newspapers and digital-born news media, have built impressive subscriber bases (Mediabriefing 2017). Inside the Macedonian Fake-News Complex. Inside the Macedonian Fake-News Complex Inside the Macedonian Fake-News Complex by Samanth Subramanian | photographs by Guy Martin 2.15.17.
Trump's 'fake news' media attacks have an ominous precedent in Nazi-era 'lying press' strategy - U.S. News - Haaretz.com. President Donald Trump’s go-to argument that unwelcome reports are “fake news” spread over the weekend to key figures in the Republican establishment, and as the vitriol ramped up, major media outlets hit back.
On Friday, CNN anchor Don Lemon cut off pro-Trump guest Paris Dennard live on air, and not long after Trump tweeted, “The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!” Come Sunday, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus got into a heated debate with Chris Wallace on Fox News, of all venues. The Trump Administration's War On The Press. Trump And Spicer Ramped Up Criticism Of The NY Times, Called Its “So-Called Reporting” “Literally The Epitome Of Fake News.
" In a series of tweets from the president and during a press gaggle with Spicer, the administration continued to criticize The New York Times, taking aim at the newspaper for their Trump coverage. By The Numbers: 100 Days In, A Look At The Trump Administration's Conflicted Relationship With The Media. As President Donald Trump reaches his 100th day in office, his administration’s relations with the press have not improved. Here’s a look at some numbers that exemplify the conflicts, 100 days into his tenure: At least 130: number of times Trump or his administration have attacked the press, per Media Matters’ running tally. [Media Matters, 4/27/17]30: number of times Trump has used the phrase “fake news” on Twitter since his inauguration. El movimiento Tea Party: todos contra el gobierno federal. 275.000 millones de dólares.
Two members of alt-right accused of making white supremacist hand signs in White House after receiving press passes. Two conservative journalists have sparked outcry on social media by making what some have interpreted as a white supremacist hand symbol at a recent visit to the White House. Freelance journalist Mike Cernovich and Cassandra Fairbanks, a reporter for Russian news outlet Sputnik, posed for a picture behind the podium in the White House briefing room. In the photo, they are making a hand sign that can be used to signify “white power.”
“Just two people doing a white power hand gesture in the White House,” Fusion senior reporter Emma Roller tweeted, alongside a screenshot of the picture. Ms Fairbanks, however, claims the hand gesture was not a reference to the white power movement. She pointed to her partial Puerto Rican heritage as evidence that she is not a white supremacist. 6 Media Pillars of the ‘Alt-Right’ – The Forward. The “alt-right” has taken the media by storm this summer. From the rise — and downfall — of Milo Yiannapoulos to Trump tweeting anti-Semitic graphics to the hiring of Steve Bannon, chairman of Breitbart News, to run the Trump campaign, the neo-white supremacist movement has never been more visible. The movement and its racist, anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant and homophobic ideologies is supported by a network of online publications. Here is a short primer on this corner of the internet. 1. Breitbart.com. Trump recrudece sus ataques a la prensa en un discurso para celebrar 100 días de presidencia.
Donald Trump, nada más ganar las elecciones, presumió de lo que haría en sus primeros 100 días en el poder. Después dijo que el aniversario no es tan importante. ¿Cuáles son los medios de comunicación que siguen los simpatizantes de Donald Trump? – Ikusle. Tras la victoria electoral de Donald Trump, se han publicado infinidad de artículos, noticias y reportajes sobre cuál es el perfil de los seguidores y votantes del recién nombrado presidente de Estados Unidos. CNN’s Jeff Zucker: The ‘Era of Access Journalism’ ‘Is Over’ In an interview with New York magazine, published on Wednesday, CNN’s president Jeff Zucker painted a dark vision for the future of journalism under a President Donald Trump but touted his organization’s bright future. “It’s just unfortunate that the most powerful person in the world is trying to delegitimize journalism and an organization that plays such a vital role in our democracy,” he opined when asked by Gabriel Sherman if he felt Trump’s accusation of fake news was “harmful.”
“The first question went to Fox News, and Breitbart got to ask a question,” Sherman noted, “Are you concerned about getting access to Trump?” “I think the era of access journalism as we’ve known it is over,” Zucker warned as recalled that Trump had not done an interview with CNN in months, “I think our credibility is higher than ever, and our viewership is higher than ever, and our reporting is as strong as ever.” <<< Please support MRC's NewsBusters team with a tax-deductible contribution today.
Trump’s Fake War on the Fake News. Seven days before Donald Trump took office, the inauguration festivities got off to a low-key start inside a modest conference room at the Capitol Hill offices of the American Trucking Association. There, a hundred-odd familiar faces from the Washington set gathered to fête one of their own, incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer. The party spilled out into the hallway as entrepreneur Susanna Quinn, ubiquitous Republican consultant Ron Bonjean and Spicer’s wife, Rebecca, a staffer at the National Beer Wholesalers Association, rubbed shoulders with CBS’ White House correspondent Major Garrett and its political editor Steve Chaggaris, Time’s Zeke Miller and several journalists from CNN, including Washington bureau chief Sam Feist.
Spicer arrived late, but in good spirits, and after 20 minutes of schmoozing he strode to the front of the room to deliver brief remarks. Story Continued Below. Todo lo que hay que saber sobre Breitbart News, el sitio de noticias del súper asesor de Trump. Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times. How Bill O'Reilly created Donald Trump. For the generation of conservatives who came into their political prime from the late 1990s through, well, today, O'Reilly was a North Star of sorts. He was a clear break from the intellectual stuffiness of Irving Kristol or William F.
Buckley. He was a tough-talking populist, willing to stare down the so-called "mainstream media" and skewer political correctness. What O'Reilly and Ailes built was something that not only succeeded beyond their wildest dreams financially speaking but also had a profound impact on how conservatives thought of themselves. Yes, lower taxes and smaller government still mattered. How Trump Blew Up the Conservative Media. Months before Donald Trump blew up American politics with his surprise win in November, he did the same thing to the conservative media.
Through much of the campaign, two very different media moguls with colliding visions for the Republican Party vied for Trump’s soul: Roger Ailes, the longtime president and CEO of Fox News, and Steve Bannon, the executive chairman of the populist online tabloid Breitbart. Both were angling to be the media Svengali whispering in Trump’s ear. At one point, it seemed they might have been allies: Bannon worked to insinuate himself at Fox, and Ailes’ network aired some of his populist documentaries.
Then came the first Republican primary debate in August 2015, when Megyn Kelly, Fox’s feisty prime-time anchor, hammered the candidate from all sides. It was at that moment that Bannon says his relationship with Ailes began to sour. Story Continued Below. ¿Hay un reflujo digital? En los últimos seis meses, diversas noticias han puesto sobre la mesa la posibilidad de que el proceso de digitalización de la información y de la comunicación esté tocando techo y empezando a retroceder.
Las cifras globales son tozudas: las publicaciones de papel pierden difusión mes a mes y la televisión empieza a vivir un momento disruptivo similar al de la prensa. Trump y los medios de comunicación: Comienza una nueva era. ¿Cuáles son las causas? Trump gives cable news a ratings boost in 2017. Despite prognostications that cable news would suffer a ratings dip after the 2016 election, the ratings from the first quarter of 2017 are proving that Washington D.C. under President Donald Trump is now a must-see spectacle across the country.
Fox News had the best quarter in cable news history for 24 hour viewership, topping even the final quarter of 2016, which included election night. Each hour "broke a network record" for ratings among 18-34 year old viewers, Fox News said in a news release. Fox was the number one channel on cable overall, beating the likes of ESPN, HGTV, Nickelodeon and USA network for overall viewers in both primetime and total day. "The O'Reilly Factor" was the most watched cable news show (and had its highest rated quarter ever) followed by Tucker Carlson's new show "Tucker Carlson Tonight" and "The Five. " Via Skype, the White House opens press briefings to Trump-friendly non-reporters. How the alt-right brought #SyriaHoax to America – DFRLab – Medium.
The Spoils of War: Trump Lavished With Media and Bipartisan Praise For Bombing Syria. Oposar-se a Trump, un negoci molt rendible (Àlex Gutiérrez) This is what could happen if Donald Trump’s plan to eliminate funding for public broadcasting is enacted. In Trump’s America, the competition for investigative journalists is fierce – Poynter. Primer 0049 // The New Nationalism. Primer 0049 // The New Nationalism. What’s a legitimate news outlet? A new face in the White House press pool raises questions. How The New Yorker is capitalizing on its Trump bump. What Donald Trump will have to accept: without journalism, there is no America. In this new world, now is the time to support fearless, independent journalism. Trump lo sabe: la prensa se desangra. The Huffington Post’s new editor wants to reach Trump voters - Recode.