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Redletter: The News Done Medium Well

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Redletter: The News Done Medium Well

Digital technology allows journalists to capture the defining moments of our time quickly and comprehensively. But is faster necessarily better? Is modern journalism living up to expectations? Redletter looks at the plusses and pitfalls behind the most recent evolution of the press and delves into the cast’s complex relationship with the news. The Neos examine […]

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Renovations For Walt Disney’s Birth Home In Hermosa Back On Track After Failed Kickstarter

When a California couple and owners of Super78 Media Studios purchased the birth home of Walt Disney on Chicago’s Northwest Side in June 2013, it was their hope to begin restoration in spring 2014. The plan was to have the home turned into a historic museum and creative arts center for youth in the neighborhood […]

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Virtual World vs Reality: Cell Phone Addiction

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Virtual World vs Reality: Cell Phone Addiction

Cell phones are ruining relationships among the current generation, especially teens. Mike King, 19, experiences communication problems with his friends. “I will go out to dinner with a group of four of my friends, and at least two of them are on their phone,” King said. “It is a contagion effect, once one person pulls […]

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Chicago/Midwest Emmy Award Night: Media’s party!

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Chicago/Midwest Emmy Award Night: Media’s party!

The 56th Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards night was held at Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel in Chicago. Who are the celebrity hosts for tonight’s event? Let’s check it out! The night hosted by Good Morning America’s Ginger Zee, Today Show’s Tamron Hall and actor Larenz Tate, Columbia’s Meiling Jin brought the honoring moment to you. Chicago Emmy Awards […]

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Why Women Turn to Social Media Workouts

Brittani Guerra, 21, is a softball player who exercises at least five days a week. She usually works out with her team, but when she’s on her own she turns to Pinterest to incorporate pins into her daily workouts, which makes them more fun and challenging. “It teaches me new ways to work out, new […]

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Implications of Big Data Collection to Journalists

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Implications of Big Data Collection to Journalists

Data collection, especially mass data collection, has huge implications, both positive and negative, for journalists. Our society’s technological advancement has led to the mass cumulative collection of data that can serve as a great resource for journalists to gain relevant and factual statistical information. On the other side of the spectrum sifting through data or […]

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Harder to Stay Safe Online These Days

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Harder to Stay Safe Online These Days

Ken Melvoin-Berg, a Chicago-based TV producer, said his Xbox account was hacked on Christmas day of 2013. “My kids didn’t even get their Xbox game gift for Christmas Day,” Berg said. “The awful part was that I put in a $200 credit on my card for the kids to buy Xbox games online. The fraud […]

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