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Who Stole The News? Why We Cant Keep Up With What Happens In The World And What We Can Do About It by Mort RosenblumAn eye-opening look at how the top media covers world news. Explores the pack mentality that drives reporters and how it distorts what we know about global news, economics, wars, human rights and more. Vividly illustrated with incisive anecdotes, it argues that while individual reporting is at its peak, the system is less reliable than ever. Analyzes coverage of recent hot spots such as Iran, Somalia and Eastern Europe. Features interviews with media stars.
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How much news can possibly happen in just over a week? Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against civilians in an attack killed 80 people, many of them children , and President Trump ordered an airstrike in retaliation. Representative Devin Nunes recused himself from the House investigation of Russian meddling in the election. Presidential advisor Steve Bannon lost his seat on the National Security Council and presidential advisor Jared Kushner forgot to mention a meeting with the Russian ambassador. Twitter sued the government to protect the privacy of an anonymous account, and then the government caved. Oh, and Pepsi outraged everyone with a tone-deaf ad starring Kendall Jenner. The idea that recent news cycles have become uniquely grueling has taken hold in much of the media.
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These days, keeping up with the news can feel like a part-time job. There's so much going on, and it's all happening so fast. But if you download a news app or two, your life can be easier. Whether you want to stay up-to-date on breaking news, read in-depth articles, or merely catch a few headlines, there's an app out there that'll suit your needs and help you stay more informed. And, if there ever was a time to keep up with the goings on of the world, it's now even if the news is stressing you out.
Dear Lifehacker, I like to keep up on current events, but I simply don't have the time to read every news story every day. Do you have any suggestions for keeping up on the news when I don't have a lot of time? Dear JN, It's true, keeping up to date on current events is basically a full time job. RSS readers are great for people who have the time to go through them, but they're not that good for just getting a summary of world news. Thankfully, you actually have a few great options for keeping up on the news without spending a lot of time.
Has this changed over the course of time for you or for your family? The news waits for no one. But newspapers might start asking readers to at least for print copies. Almost two weeks ago, The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, which is owned by Advance Publications, announced that it would cut back its print schedule to just three days a week. Newspaper executives across the industry lament the loss of the daily print paper, but concede they might follow the same path. John Paton, chief executive officer of Digital First Media, which operates 75 daily newspapers, said he would consider reducing his print schedule when there was enough digital advertising to support it. I feel the emotional tug.