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The media is biased. Get over.
The majority of Americans are the reason why the media is biased.
If you look at the media in totality then it is unbiased. We have a whole panoply of biases to look at and ingest.
If a politician is screaming media bias, then he has a problem.
No one has gotten elected based on screaming about the media being unfair.
Here are the rules for posting on social media and having social discourse.
Your goal should be creating a state of awareness not a platform for people to have to agree with everything you say.
How many times have you watched the news and thought "Man, they don't talk about this enough or they sensationalize others stories. Or how about when they bring so much attention to the happenings of one city, a larger city and say nothing about the things happening in the smaller communities. This week join me, Mista.Ecks and maybe even Sada as we talk about the unfair treatment that the media gives to a majority of people, stories and communities. And for what? All for the sake of ratings? Think about it. There are stories everywhere. Not only in the larger communities, but in the smaller, lesser known communities as well.
We'll talk about all this and more. This week. "On-Air".
We discuss the GOP debate and the media bias in this country. Hillary gets away with lying yet the media grills the GOP over nonsense during the debate. We discuss the latest news on global warming and much more!!! If you would like to prticipate in the live show email us email@example.com or face book us at facebook.com/sonsoflincoln.
Colorado shooting, Syrian refugees, BLM, Shootings in Chi town.
Your view of any of these topics is probably based on where you get your news from.
Lets try and add some clairty to the bullshit that is the MSM.
Media bias is the bias or perceived bias of journalists and news producers within the mass media in the selection of events and stories that are reported and how they are covered.
"This is not normal. We can’t let it become normal." —@POTUS on the shooting in Colorado
Also Current events, some security tips and Black Friday madness.
It’s Friday August 7, 2015 – the day after the first GOP Presidential Debate.
There’s a lot of talk about the media bias of Fox News against Donald Trump.
Were the questions to Trump tougher? Yes. But let’s look at the reasons why. It’s really a combination of three things.
First, Trump is the front-runner. He is going to get the attention. And he should get tough questions. I actually thought the Fox moderators were quite good in their questions. But I also think the format – with way too many candidates – is not a good one to find out anything of substance from these candidates.
Which leads to my second reason. This is all about good television. And Fox News got it. Trump is like Ronald Reagan. He knows how to perform. No, The Donald is not the actor Reagan was. But he is a reality TV star who knows how to engage an audience through a camera lens.
Third, Trump is not the darling of the GOP establishment of which Fox News is the foundation. Fox News would be hurt financially if Trump became the Republican candidate. That’s why the first question of the debate was who would make a third party run if not nominated. And Trump was the only one to raise his hand. That was clearly a signal to the establishment GOP – to show who is not really with you.
Let’s go deeper into this – and what it’s really saying about the media landscape and how we get our information and how we will choose our leaders.
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May, 2009 - Young Media Critics began on Blogtalkradio!
What is Media? What is Media Literacy? What is Media Education?
We began broadcasting in 2009 with Frank Baker as our first guest. Frank Baker, I call my mentor. He is a well-know and renowned media literacy educator. He influenced me and caused me to want to learn and to teach everyone about the influences of media messages that surround them every day. On our first show, Frank talked with me and shared What is Media, What is Media Literacy and Media Education. The show is about learning how to interpret, analyze, understand, and create media messages that surround us all every day.
Today’s show we are going to replay that episode and next week’s episode we will be part of the 1st Annual United States Media Literacy Week.
Replay - On Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, Young Media Critics talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.
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