After 2,000 UK Church Buildings Close, New Church Plants Get Creative

The decline in church attendance has become a fact in all capitalist countries.

What do we know about the future of journalism?

Too often, discussions of the future of media are based on misunderstandings or outright “media change denial” where people double down on arguments that are directly contradicted by a growing consensus among researchers.

Indy briefing for the week of April 6, 2022

  When Russia invaded Ukraine on 24th February and the Ukrainian people, led by their inspiring president Volodymyr Zelensky, bravely fought back, the first thing that sprung to everyone’s mind was the UK voting to leave the EU, right? Well, that’s at least what Boris Johnson thinks. That’s exactly the bizarre and very ill-advised comparisonContinue reading “Indy briefing for the week of April 6, 2022”

Newspapers: Dying or Changing

Originally posted on What's Going On? :
In a world where everything is becoming digital from money, education, work, and relationships, it would be a good guess to assume that the idea of a newspaper will eventually burn out and be a thing of the past, yet they are still hanging on to some key…

Mississippi journalists discuss the evolution of daily newspapers

By using social media the loudest groups of fanatics try to drive the conversation, not rational, solid, considered thinkers, Christian or not, to bring a sort of news that is often very far from reality. Mainstream journalism has been ruined by these phenomena and the danger exists that certain newspapers fall into the trap toContinue reading “Mississippi journalists discuss the evolution of daily newspapers”

How to save Journalism in 2022

Originally posted on Maria Blogs:
In the last decade, the journalistic and media business model has been changing rapidly. This change has brought many hardships to media companies who have mostly relied on newspapers as their main source of income. These companies have been losing money due to declining readers and ad revenue. Newspapers lose…

Politics in our Digital Age

Originally posted on Everything with Anna:
Photo by michelle guimaru00e3es on Pexels.com As we saw in The New York Times article, “How Obama’s Internet Campaign Changed Politics,” the advent of technology and the internet has forever changed the political arena. For the first time in history, a candidate used social media for free online advertising.…

The First Great Information War 

Originally posted on Dying to Live :
Life – Terror. Ecstasy. Fight. Denial. Flight. Failure. PAIN. Forgiveness. Reconciliation. Hope. Love. Peace – Death. Social media turn on Putin, the past master, disinformation and fake accounts were used against the west for years – now the Kremlin is under attack. One of the wildest aspects of the…

Don’t Just Log Out. Deactivate Facebook

Originally posted on Steve Dustcircle:
https://www.askdavetaylor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/fb-deactivate-5.png https://www.askdavetaylor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/fb-deactivate-5.png Okay, so I did it. It wasn’t as hard for me as it is for others, but I snipped it. I cut it. I pulled the plug. I broke up with Mark Zuckerberg. Some friends might have known that I was toying with the idea for awhile, but…

Consumers have come to depend on information sources not filtered or managed by information professionals

Sound Eagle writes The phenomenal rises and impacts of Misquotation Pandemic, Disinformation Polemic and Viral Falsity have been so embedded and pervasive as to render or qualify them as highly corrupting forces and exacerbating factors in the broader sociopolitical environment. The sheer extent and potency of 🧠 Mind Pollution by Viral Falsity 🦠 in atomizingContinue reading “Consumers have come to depend on information sources not filtered or managed by information professionals”

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