Maria Merlo, Eastern Michigan University
One man, a microphone, a big suit, and even bigger dreams.
Megan Heenan, Nevada State College
The popular YouTube show recently parted ways from Doing Things Media, and while their name has changed, their style is very much the same.
Tori Walz, Eastern Michigan University
The on-the-rise independent news source aims to help their readers lead happier, less divided and more informed lives.
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The ancient form of communication is becoming increasingly popular as social media users become disenchanted with the internet.
Drew Goretzka, Michigan State University
Now that information can be delivered to you in a bundle of flashy videos in under 10 minutes, print media just doesn’t cut it anymore.
Chase Cutarelli, Columbia University
Many people are now relying on social media as their news sources, where misinformation spreads as fast as wildfire.
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
Journalists must confront the controversies and mistakes of past reporters in order to do right by their subjects and their organizations.
Asha MacKay, Wellesley College
Two doctors came under intense criticism after suggesting using African nations as testing grounds for a COVID-19 vaccine, prompting the hashtag #AfricansAreNotLabRats
Claudia Ng, University of Texas at Austin
It’s as easy as listening to music.
Maria Basileo, Central Connecticut State University
The video-only company lives and dies by social media traffic, which can easily get problematic.
Its mission statement: To curate a daily dose of happy sh*t. Plain and simple.
Megan Bender, Citrus College
If the never-ending process of reporting, revising, editing and then being blamed for Trump’s election has you feeling burnt-out, check out these inspiring movies.
Carli Scalf, Ball State University
Ithaca College’s Peter Champelli is using motion graphics, radio and video to create journalism with style.
Leslie Currie, University of Virginia
With tensions running high between the mass media and political actors, one question remains highly contested: Should media outlets give equal time to all sides of a story?
Kara Mercer, Northern Illinois University
Government has a system of checks and balances, so should the media.
Liam Chan Hodges, Franklin and Marshall College
Do you know the difference between news and clickbait?
Timothy K. DesJarlais, University of Arizona
You should be using Facebook and Twitter to spread information, not verdicts.
In order to remain in the nation’s good graces, the media must take steps to put the American people first.
Terry Nguyen, University of Southern California
I love you all, but please, please start fact-checking all of the bogus political articles you share on Facebook.
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