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In time for the holidays, a celebration of family, home, and tradition by the #1 New York Times bestselling author and superstar media personalityThe holidays. It's the time when families gather and reflect on the past year, to remember losses, to toast triumphs, to look forward to new beginnings. In the spirit of the season, beloved author and radio host Michael Savage's Train Tracks reminds us how every member of our family-in fact, each individual we encounter through time-contributes essential gifts to our life story.
In time for the holidays, a celebration of family, home, and tradition by the #1 New York Times bestselling author and superstar media personality"Train Tracks contains stories of ordinary American men and women, each of whom is extraordinary."The holidays. It's the time when families gather and reflect on the past year, to remember losses, to toast triumphs, to look forward to new beginnings.
"An odd but happy marriage of sociological observation and Gonzo- style adventure." -"Wired" Journalist and new media provocateur Bill Wasik journeys to the edge of our churning and rambunctious viral culture to illuminate how anyone with a comp
Paperback, Tantor Media Inc, 2015, ISBN13 9781630150013, ISBN10 1630150010
Build a successful SOCIAL BUSINESS by empowering the SOCIAL EMPLOYEE Includes success stories from IBM, AT, Dell, Cisco, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, Domo, and Acxiom "Great brands have always started on the inside, but why are companies taking so long to leverage the great opportunities offered by internal social media? . The Social Employee lifts the lid on this potential and provides guidance for businesses everywhere.
It's all about your image Visual marketing is the breakout trend of the year, thanks to the rise of social media platforms like Pinterest and Instagram. "The Power of Visual Storytelling" explains how companies and brands can develop a strategic visual marketing strategy as an extension of their overall marketing and social media plans. It explains how to define goals and create, curate, and promote highly visual content and stories that engage audiences across a range of social media platforms.
Anthrax scares. Airplane crashes. The AIDS epidemic. Presidential election polls and voting results. Global warming. All these news stories require scientific savvy, first to report, and then-for the average person-to understand. "It Ain't Necessarily So"
Every year since 1976, Project Censored, our nation's oldest news-monitoring group-a university-wide project at Sonoma State University founded by Carl Jensen, directed for many years by Peter Phillips, and now under the leadership of Mickey Huff-has produced a Top-25 list of underreported news stories and a book, Censored, dedicated to the stories that ought to be top features on the nightly news, but that are missing because of media bias and self-censorship.
When times are tough, you want information. You want the media to tell you what's going on. But instead, bemoans the Vanity Fair critic, you find yapping heads broadcasting frivolous stories that merely pass for news. He takes on the so-called news
Every year since 1976, Project Censored, our nation's oldest news-monitoring group-a university-wide project at Sonoma State University founded by Carl Jensen, directed for many years by Peter Phillips, and now under the leadership of Mickey Huff-has produced a Top-25 list of underreported news stories and a book, "Censored," dedicated to the stories that ought to be top features on the nightly news, but that are missing because of media bias and self-censorship.
Not Business. Not Marketing. This is an IDEA book. "Social media is not really about technology. It's about a cultural shift that is enabled by the evolution of technology." - Wayne Moses Burke, Founder of Open Forum Foundation, "GoLuv" Chapter Contributo
In recent years, stories of reckless lawyers and greedy citizens have given the legal system, and victims in general, a bad name. Many Americans have come to believe that we live in the land of the litigious, where frivolous lawsuits and absurdly high set
It's a common belief that the stories we encounter through mass media-whether in video games, action movies, or political comedy skits on Saturday Night Live -are just entertaining fantasies that have no tangible impact on our everyday lives, attitudes, and choices. Not so, says Karen Dill in this lively and provocative book. As much as we may want to deny it, the images, sounds, and narratives that bombard us daily have ample power to alter our realities.
Zainab Salbi's media profile soared with her first book, "Between Two Worlds, " a memoir of growing up in Saddam Hussein's inner circle. She has been a guest on "Oprah," has been interviewed by Katie Couric, Al Franken, and George Stephanopoulos, and has
The websites of major media organizations - CNN, "USA Today," the "Guardian," and others - provide the public with much of the online news they consume. But although a large proportion of the top stories these sites disseminate cover politics, intern
Harry Potter, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the Left Behind series are but the latest manifestations of American teenagers' longstanding fascination with the supernatural and the paranormal. In this groundbreaking book, Lynn Schofield Clark explores the implications of this fascination for contemporary religious and spiritual practices. Relying on stories gleaned from more than 250 in-depth interviews with teens and their families, Clark seeks to discover what today's teens really believe and why.
Social media has already transformed society. Now it is poised to revolutionize communications and collaborative business processes. This book provides you with an actionable framework for developing and executing successful enterprise social networking strategies. Using straightforward language, accompanied by exhibits and fleshed out with real-world stories and revealing anecdotes, you will learn how to develop your own internal corporate social media strategy.
Why does the United States control the content of broadcast more strictly than it controls the content of print? In this provocative book, Matthew L. Spitzer explores the various rationales that support such different treatment and concludes that broadcast media should not be as strictly regulated as it is. Spitzer attacks the three most prevalent arguments in favor of broadcast control, utilizing insights from economics and social psychology and relating them to basic questions of First Amendment law and regulation of broadcasting.
Did the "Washington Post" bring down Richard Nixon by reporting on the Watergate scandal? Did a cryptic remark by Walter Cronkite effectively end the Vietnam War? Did William Randolph Hearst vow to "furnish the war" in the 1898 conflict with Spain? In "Getting It Wrong," W. Joseph Campbell addresses and dismantles these and other prominent media-driven myths-stories about or by the news media that are widely believed but which, on close examination, prove apocryphal.
This is a book that integrates what is known from a wide variety of disciplines about the nature of storytelling and how it influences and transforms people's lives. Drawing on material from the humanities, sociology, anthropology, neurophysiology, media
"You're fired " became the catch phrase in the spring of 2004 as NBC's The Apprentice captured public and media attention. Even though The Apprentice was not exclusively about race, it communicated and reinforced racial messages that are part and parcel of the dominant American ideology. No matter which minority group is represented, the media in America offer the same bill of fare: first, exclusion; followed by stereotyping that makes a sharp distinction between "good" minority members and "bad" ones; and finally, the telling of stories that justify racial inequality in American society.
Located in the United States, NBC (National Broadcasting Company) is the biggest and most powerful Olympic network in the world, having won the rights to televise both the Summer and the Winter Olympic Games. By way of attracting more viewers of both sexes and all ages and ethnicities than any other sporting event, and through the production of breathtaking spectacles and absorbing stories, NBC s Olympic telecasts have huge power and potential to shape viewer perceptions.
Real lives, celebrity stories
Sitting prominently at the hearth of our homes, television serves as a voice of our modern time. Given our media-saturated society and television s prominent voice and place in the home, it is likely we learn about our society and selves through these stories. These narratives are not simply entertainment, but powerful socializing agents that shape and reflect the world and our role in it.
The mass media and popular culture mediate the world for us by providing the images, information, stories, templates and categories we use to see and understand everything around us. Understanding Media Studies is a lively and thought-provoking text that
iJournalism Ethics and Law focuses on some of Australia's most notorious current events to bring to life the on-going conversation about journalism ethics and how the law works with today's media. Emphasising practical work-based approaches to developing
This book is a clear, systematic, original and lively account of how media representations shape the way we see our and others' lives in a global age. It provides in-depth analysis of a range of international media representations of disaster, war, conflict, migration and celebration. The book explores how images, stories and voices, on television, the Internet, and in advertisements and newspapers, invite us to relocate to distant contexts, and to relate to people who are remote from our daily lives, by developing 'mediated intimacy' and focusing on the self.
Few crimes provoke the collective fear, public outrage, and media fascination that child abductions do. This title features stories about missing children capture national headlines and dominate public discourses about crime and deviance, child safety, parenting, the American family, and gender and sexuality. Snatched is the first book-length study to interrogate the predominant myths centered on gender and class that shaped mainstream U.