Is Stop Funding Hate an attack on free speech? Paid Members Public
Stop Stop Funding Hate [http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2016/11/stop-funding-hate-nasty-elitist-campaign-press-censorship/?utm_source=Adestra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Lunchtime_Espresso_16112016] , says Brendan O’Neill for The Spectator: > SFH’s agitation to pull ads from newspapers is not some simple, good, happy-clappy act of consumer
Your five minute Mail hate Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2015/03/aggregated-rubbish.jpg] A Gawker piece by James King is doing the rounds today, highlighting the “ripping off” done by the Daily Mail Online [http://tktk.gawker.com/my-year-ripping-off-the-web-with-the-daily-mail-online-1689453286] : > Yes, most outlets regularly aggregate other publications’ work in the
Dominant Mail Paid Members Public
Startling figures [https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/abc-mail-online-on-verge-of-reaching-200-million-monthly-visitors-in-december/s2/a563873/] : > ABC figures for December 2014 show the Daily Mail site reached 199.4 million visitors during the month – up 1.4 per cent on its previous monthly record of 196.7 million visitors in November. It remains well
Now we are eleven... Paid Members Public
OM&HB is 11 years old. But who cares when there’s big media news?
Twitter, News and Mob Journalism Paid Members Public
And that’s the key thing to understand about these distributed, mass publication media. They are not inherently good or bad. They are not a force for good or evil, but merely a vehicle in which the voices of the many can be raised for or against something, and, if
Is the Daily Mail faking comments? Paid Members Public
Charles Arthur makes a compelling case that the Daily Mail is faking positive comments [http://www.charlesarthur.com/blog/?p=930] on its website. Now, I’ve seen members of RBI staff leave comments on our blogs without making explicit who they are, but this level of sock-puppetry [http://en.