are omnipotent - what we see and what you see are not necessarily going to be eye to eye. If there are angles we haven’t considered, we want to hear about them. If there’s data that’s since been proven wrong, or new concepts that have been introduced, we want to hear about them. There’s a lot of fruitful discussion that takes place in comments on blogs - they sometimes inspire whole posts by themselves.
So, don’t be afraid to pipe in. We won’t tell you to pipe down.
This session covers How reporters for the media use their own biases to choose what becomes news, how the requirements of newsmedia presentation require bigger degrees of those biases, whether one can truly accuse the mainstream press of having a liberal or conservative bias, and the role of bloggers in the changing media landscape.( We place the conversation behind a cut because we careCollapse )
It’s good to see people putting the community on watch - what would be even better is if you were to comment. Neither