Journalism and media[edit]. *Emily Buchanan - BBC World Affairs correspondent. *Clemency Burton-Hill - broadcaster and author ...
Illustrated journalism[edit]. Starting in 2013 Crabapple began to make trips to the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to make sketches ... The book covers her life from a rebellious childhood in Far Rockaway, Queens to her current illustrated journalism projects. ...
Responsibility in Journalism Award. CSICOP seeking to acknowledge and encourage "fair and balanced reporting of paranormal ... Frazier said of Yost "In the mold of careful, responsible journalism... [he made] a special effort to get outside expert ... claims" established the Responsibility in Journalism Award in 1984. Frazier stated that "There are many responsible reporters ...
Journalism[edit]. Connie Chung was one of the first Asian American national correspondents for a major TV news network, ...
Career in journalism[edit]. After graduating from the Université libre de Bruxelles, in 1995 Johnson joined Deutsche Bank as an ... He received awards for his journalism from a range of organisations, including the Foreign Press Association, the Society of ... one of the most influential positions in British financial journalism.[8][9] ... Publishers in Asia and The Indian Express's Excellence in Journalism Awards. ...
Gender, Risk and Journalism. Journalism Practice 10 (7): 902-916 *^ UN General Assembly. 2017. The safety of journalists and ... Other attacks on the safe practice of journalism[edit]. According to data compiled by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ ... See also: Women in journalism. Threats on women journalists[edit]. Similar to their male counterparts, women journalists, ... It aims to defend press freedom and the protection of journalism sources.[69] It is mainly known for its annual ranking on the ...
Journalism[edit]. In 1868 he became joint-editor (and in the next year sole editor) of The Practitioner, a new journal intended ... Literary work connected with medicine, in addition to regular journalism, occupied much of his energy during his whole ... and became very fully occupied in hospital work and in journalism, being for some years a member of the editorial staff of The ...
Citizen Journalism facilitator[edit]. Rawles is a proponent of Citizen Journalism. In April 2014, along with his son Robert, ... Journalism and writing career[edit]. Rawles worked as an Associate Editor and Regional Editor (Western U.S.) with Defense ... He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from San Jose State University.[6] ...
Journalism[edit]. His career in journalism began with the Evening News in 1950. In 1955 he switched to the News Chronicle, ...
Journalism[edit]. Waugh began his career in journalism during 1960 as a cub reporter on Peterborough, the social/gossip column ... At twenty, he launched his journalism career at the Telegraph Group, and also wrote for many other publications including ... preferring to make an early start in journalism. ...
Journalism[edit]. *José Amalfitani, sports journalist. *Eduardo P. Archetti, anthropologist. *Eric Calcagno, sociologist ...
Media and journalism[edit]. Television stations[edit]. The Edinburg area is served by numerous local television affiliates. ...
Journalism[edit]. Muamba studied for a BA in sports journalism at Staffordshire University; as part of his course he went on ... "Fabrice Muamba: BBC placement helps start journalism career". BBC Sport. 13 December 2013. Retrieved 12 April 2016.. ... "Ex-Bolton Wanderers star Fabrice Muamba graduates from University with BA in Sports Journalism". Manchester Evening News ...
Journalism[edit]. The Financial Times (UK) called the report balanced and criticized attacks on Goldstone. It argued, however, ...
Campus journalism[edit]. The Courier *. MART HANS LEMUEL SAMBITAN- 1st place, Copyreading and Headline Writing (English), ...
Publishing and journalism[edit]. *Impression (publishing), a fine distinction of a book's version, differentiating, for example ...
2 Career in journalism *2.1 Political and economic philosophy. *3 Political career ...
Media and journalism[edit]. Television stations[edit]. Burlington is primarily served by media based in Toronto (other than ...
Journalism. Main article: History of journalism in the United Kingdom. A wounded British officer reading The Times's report of ...
"The Media & Me: [The Radiation Story No One Would Touch]", Geoffrey Sea, Columbia Journalism Review, March/April 1994. ... Investigative journalism[edit]. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Eileen Welsome wrote extensively about Stevens and other ...
Journalism, media, and broadcast organizations. These organizations include various student media clubs: for instance, the ...
Collected journalism of Ambrose Bierce at the Archive of American Journalism. *"Were Ambrose Bierce's Ghost Stories Inspired by ... Journalism[edit]. In San Francisco, Bierce was awarded the rank of brevet major before resigning from the Army. He remained in ... Satire, journalism, short story, horror fiction, war fiction, fantasy, science fiction, western (genre), memoir, humor, ... Journalism. *Selections from Prattle, Carroll D. Hall, ed. (San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1936) ...
Yellow journalism[edit]. On 19 October 1998, a woman killed her two young children by pushing them out of a window from a high- ... Journalism was no longer seen as a respectable profession. The public had little trust in newspapers. The news industry ... Ethical studies have been conducted by four journalism groups (Hong Kong Journalists Association,[24] Hong Kong News Executives ...
From fashion to journalism[edit]. "I think my father really decided for me that I should work in fashion", she recalled in The ... Her career in fashion journalism began at two British magazines. Later, she moved to the US, with stints at New York and House ... beginning her career in fashion journalism.[23] She told her co-workers that she wanted to edit Vogue.[24] While there, she ... a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II for her contributions to fashion and journalism.[89] ...
An open standard is a standard that is publicly available and has various rights to use associated with it and may also have various properties of how it was designed (e.g. open process). There is no single definition, and interpretations vary with usage. The terms open and standard have a wide range of meanings associated with their usage. There are a number of definitions of open standards which emphasize different aspects of openness, including the openness of the resulting specification, the openness of the drafting process, and the ownership of rights in the standard. The term "standard" is sometimes restricted to technologies approved by formalized committees that are open to participation by all interested parties and operate on a consensus basis. The definitions of the term open standard used by academics, the European Union and some of its member governments or parliaments such as Denmark, France, and Spain preclude open standards requiring fees for use, as do the New Zealand, South ...
Dan Gillmor for his advocacy of citizen-based journalism. *Mark Pesce, for his campaign around the issue for an alternative ... O'Reilly, 2004 (on participatory journalism). *Gunderson, Lance H. and C.S. Holling. Panarchy: Understanding Transformations in ...
The first hardware focused "open source" activities were started around 1997 by Bruce Perens, creator of the Open Source Definition, co-founder of the Open Source Initiative, and a ham radio operator. He launched the Open Hardware Certification Program, which had the goal of allowing hardware manufacturers to self-certify their products as open.[7][8] Shortly after the launch of the Open Hardware Certification Program, David Freeman announced the Open Hardware Specification Project (OHSpec), another attempt at licensing hardware components whose interfaces are available publicly and of creating an entirely new computing platform as an alternative to proprietary computing systems.[9] In early 1999, Sepehr Kiani, Ryan Vallance and Samir Nayfeh joined efforts to apply the open-source philosophy to machine design applications. Together they established the Open Design Foundation (ODF) as a non-profit corporation and set out to develop an Open Design Definition. But most of these activities faded out ...
Journalism. *Knowledge Bowl. *National Honors Society. *Rifle Team. *JROTC (The Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps) ...
Although commercial free software was not uncommon at the time (see Cygnus Solutions for example), in 1998 after an announcement that Netscape would liberate their popular Web browser, a strategy session was held to develop a stronger business case for free software which would focus on technology rather than politics.[24] After this, Eric Raymond and Bruce Perens founded the Open Source Initiative (OSI) to promote the term "Open source software" as an alternative term for free software. The OSI wanted to address the perceived shortcomings in the ambiguous term "free software".[25][26][27] In addition, some members of the OSI didn't follow the free software movement's focus on non-free software as a social and ethical problem; instead focusing on the advantages of open source as superior model for software development.[28] The latter became the view of people like Eric Raymond and Linus Torvalds, while Bruce Perens argues that open source was simply meant to popularize free software under a new ...
Russell, Nick (2005). Morals and the media: ethics in Canadian journalism. Ubc Press. ISBN 0-7748-1089-0.. ... Ojo, Tokunbo (August 2006). "Ethnic print media in the multicultural nation of Canada". Journalism. 7 (3): 343-361. doi:10.1177 ... In the 2000s, a number of online news and culture magazines have launched to provide alternative sources of journalism. Some ... Magazines: Finding Canadian Magazines - Journalism.Net.. *Newspaper: The Canadian Newspaper Association,ThePaperboy.com ...