Every week, The Big Smoke looks at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week, we bid farewell to big data, we analyze the key trends on how different generations consume media, and we illustrate why journalism is not dead.
In the latest in her exclusive [fake] series for The Big Smoke, key presidential adviser Ivanka Trump outlines measures under consideration to get Dad’s executive orders passed by Congress and the Judiciary.
Those parents who blame the Internet for the ease of horror on developing minds should know that they’re the primary news source of Junior’s (mis)understanding.
The story of James Harris Jackson, a white man who wanted to hunt black men, highlights that the promotion of crime in America is still horribly biased.
I regard fake news as I do junk food: it’s comfort news. I feel more comfortable the more people around me consume it. And like junk food, the more I eat, the less I think about it.
Peel back the layers of information about fake news and a deeper truth begins to take shape. But, as I discovered, there is no one string to pull.
Jacob Meeks warns about the prevalence of the internet and its effects on our minds and influence over our thoughts and beliefs.
Fake news, alternative facts, and doublespeak is here to stay. Fortunately, I’ve developed a foolproof method to debunk it. The Dave Test.
A pioneering group of researchers have discovered why our minds believe falsehoods, such as fake news, and have developed a method to stop it.
The genius of Donald Trump is something to celebrate. In a solitary week, he’s unified a disparate nation and shot ancient literature back into prominence. Beat that, Obama.