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by Kurt Eichenwald
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The symposium discussed the presidential election through the prism of the declining influence of fact-based reporting and the ascent of social media and consumer-driven digital discourse.

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by Noam Chomsky
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Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media (1992) is a documentary film that explores the political life and ideas of Noam Chomsky, a linguist, intellectual, and political activist.

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by Sudhir Venkatesh
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Sudhir Venkatesh became Gang Leader for a Day. First introduced in Freakonomics, here is the full story of Sudhir Venkatesh, the sociology grad student who infiltrated one of Chicago's most notorious gangs, studying a crack-dealing gang from the insider.

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by Jim Newton
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Taught by Jim Newton, editor-at-large of the Los Angeles Times, this course is an intensive examination of ethical and policy issues arising from interaction of media institutions and societal institutions…

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by Noam Chomsky
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Provides a synthesis of his key thinking on the media, propaganda and its pivotal role in the relentless class struggle being waged everywhere.

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by William McKeen
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In this lecture Professor William McKeen discusses the history of journalism in America and specifically journalism which took on a literary quality of storytelling.

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by Nellie Bly
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In 1887 Nellie Bly, one of the first female newspaper writers, and a young reporter who would soon go on to make a career for herself as an investigative journalist and “stunt” reporter, had herself committed to the Blackwell’s Island Insane Asylum in New York.

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by Maureen Dowd
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New York Times columnists Maureen Dowd and Thomas Friedman in conversation with UC Berkeley professors Cynthia Gorney and Mark Danner.

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by Alain de Botton
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Alain de Botton asks: what is it that we're really looking for when we watch or read the news - and is it doing us any good?

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by John Hockenberry
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Mainstream media is dying. The network evening news audience is in steady decline; the big three magazine publishers, Time Inc., Condé Nast and Hearst have all closed or consolidated titles; and the newspaper industry has been especially ravaged, with dailies folding across the country.

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