A viewer's insights on the weird and often bizarrely entertaining WTF? antics of InfoWars host, Alex Jones
The language barrier is a major obstacle to winning the hearts and minds of noncombatants There is no consistent or dependable mass communication system in Afghanistan and much news travels by word of mouth. The credence given to the information is...
They never took him seriously. They never gave him a chance. Now they’ve been proven they have no idea what they’re talking about. Trump took down the mainstream media by going around them.
In case you didn't already know, Americans just don't trust the mainstream media anymore.
War coverage changed during the first "television war." The coverage of war like Vietnam war would be different than the wars preceding it,causing the government to re-think its own coverage policies.
The art of propaganda is alive and well. How Britain’s most left-wing paper became its most right-wing paper overnight.
Freedom is a simple concept that is increasingly becoming harder to define in a complex society. Our perceptions are hugely influenced by our world view and our opinions of ourselves.
Why wikileaks exposes a part of politics that is unseemly. It is also doing the job of our press who is also exposed for being dishonest.
NBC reporter Jim Gray's controversial interview with Pete Rose during the 2000 World Series is a perfect example of the press acting irresponsibly: making the news instead of reporting it!
An exploration into the ever changing field of mass media. In this article, you will learn about the different basic functions of the media, its audience impact and its profound implications.