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Media - 15.01.2021
Baker Institute's experts available to comment on Biden science adviser nominee
Baker Institute’s experts available to comment on Biden science adviser nominee
EXPERT ALERT Jeff Falk 713-348-6775 President-elect also appoints two women to co-chair President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology HOUSTON - (Jan.

Media - 22.12.2020

Media - 08.12.2020
Diversity in the UK’s media industry under the spotlight
Diversity and the UK's media industry will be the subject of a new journal. ‘Reprezentology - the Journal for Media and Diversity ', is a collaboration between Cardiff University and Birmingham City University and examines how the media represents the population it serves.

Health - Media - 24.11.2020
Cambridge Dictionary names 'quarantine' Word of the Year 2020
Cambridge Dictionary names ’quarantine’ Word of the Year 2020
'Quarantine' has defeated 'lockdown' and 'pandemic' to be crowned Word of the Year 2020 after data showed it to be one of the most highly searched for on the Cambridge Dictionary.

History / Archeology - Media - 28.10.2020

Media - Social Sciences - 26.10.2020
Corona Crisis Increases Media Usage, Reduces Revenues
Corona Crisis Increases Media Usage, Reduces Revenues
In times of uncertainty, people increasingly return to traditional news media. This increased usage has not, however, resulted in additional revenues.

Media - Career - 22.10.2020
Why is progress so slow for Latinos in Hollywood?
After "One Day at a Time" was canceled by Netflix in 2019, fans launched a campaign to save the show, which follows a Cuban-American family.

Media - 01.10.2020
Black women’s digital creativity and online experiences highlighted
Black women's digital creativity is at the forefront of media and cultural production changes in Britain, a Cardiff University academic says.

Media - 16.07.2020

Media - Social Sciences - 13.07.2020
Communicating the
Communicating the "beauty and complexity" of science
With a newly minted PhD, Fernanda de Araújo Ferreira now explores the scientific enterprise through journalism.

Media - 28.05.2020
Social media executive order: U-M experts can discuss
On: on on Facebook on edIn EXPERTS ADVISORY The University of Michigan has experts who can comment on the regulation of media and an expected executive order from President Trump targeting media companies.

Media - 20.05.2020
Making research easy to understand
Making research easy to understand
Whether it is press releases, posts, reports in the university newspaper, podcasts, blog entries, lectures or events for children and school students: in all its diversity, science communication - inf

Media - 19.05.2020
How journalism is covering the COVID-19 pandemic around the world
USI European Journalism Observatory (EJO) has been mapping the impact of the pandemic on journalism in various countries around the world since March with a series of articles on this issue, all available here and constantly updated.

Media - Innovation - 12.05.2020
The virtual made real - new technology for the media of the future
Moving images in the newspaper as in Harry Potter, or digital weather forecasts in the Bern dialect? New media technology is transforming journalism.

Media - 11.05.2020
People’s perception of media messages personalized in real-time
Techniques that personalize media messages in real-time have become increasingly sophisticated. This enables new personalization strategies, such as when people receive an ad on their mobile device that is simultaneously advertised on the TV commercials they're watching.

Media - Economics / Business - 24.04.2020

Media - Health - 17.04.2020
Technology as a cure, from the oven to the telephone
Gabriele Balbi, associate professor in media studies at the Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society, talks, in a short video, about technology in the broadest sense of the term, as a form of cure in these times of coronavirus.

Media - 07.04.2020
New guidelines issued to help reporters navigate extraordinary time for news
Journalism has a vital role to play in providing information about the Covid-19 outbreak at a time of great uncertainty, worry and disruption, a Cardiff University academic says.

Media - 30.03.2020
Motivation, provenance of disinformation is pivotal in news reporting
Motivation, provenance of disinformation is pivotal in news reporting
Two Stanford scholars discuss strategies for reporters and editors to write about disinformation, leaked material and propaganda in a responsible and timely way.

Media - Environment - 27.03.2020

Environment - Media - 26.03.2020
The value of science for critical decisions
In crises such as coronavirus, the value of research and facts becomes clear. Even when experts don't (and can't) have all the answers, we've got to listen to what they have to say, says Reto Knutti.

Media - 13.03.2020

Media - Social Sciences - 09.03.2020
’Cheap fake’ video making the rounds today likely won’t be the last
FACULTY Q&A A video shared by President Donald Trump that was edited to make it appear presidential candidate Joe Biden was endorsing his re-election during a campaign rally Saturday was deemed manipulated content by Twitter-a first for the social media company.

Media - 27.02.2020
Journalism and democracy
In a complex news environment, Stanford professors urge voters to be careful consumers of political information and to think hard about where information comes from and how it reaches them.

Computer Science - Media - 20.12.2019
Myths in Television, Myths on Television - Towards the "Rethinking Digital Myths" conference
Compiler Analysis for Hardware/Software Co-design and Optimization Faculty of Informatics Giornata di porte aperte alla mostra 'Koen Vanmechelen.

Health - Media - 17.12.2019
UCL is second in the world for ’most talked about’ research
UCL has been ranked second in the world for scientific research which has generated the most public attention and discussion, according to the Altmetric Top 100 released today.

Media - 13.12.2019

Media - Linguistics / Literature - 03.12.2019
Eureka! Stories from the goldfields brought back to life
A new book of "ripping yarns" from the Australian goldfields of the mid-1800s has put the tumultuous times and tales surrounding the Eureka Stockade rebellion back into the popular imagination.

Media - 15.10.2019
Author Andrew Marantz talks trolls, tribulations and tumult
A student-sponsored Free Speech Week event in September 2017 drew hundreds of demonstrators from a variety of political persuasions to the campus.

Environment - Media - 19.09.2019
In media coverage of climate change, where are the facts?
The New York Times building in New York City. The New York Times makes a concerted effort to drive home the point that climate change is real, but it does a poor job of presenting the basic facts about climate change that could convince skeptics, according to a review of the paper's coverage since 1980.

Media - Career - 18.09.2019
How do we better define and track hate crimes?
Digital platforms such as Google and Facebook have grown exponentially, swallowed rivals and revolutionized the world of media, demonstrating increasing potential to harm consumers, even as they provide convenient and valued services.
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