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The Audio Renaissance

by Rick Rockwell Let’s get this straight from the start.  Audio’s importance has never waned in the media universe.  Think of films before the 1920s.  The 1920s also saw the explosion of radio as a mass medium. Sure, since then, … Continue reading

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Graphic Images: Burying Gaddafi’s Corpse or Putting it on the Front Page?

by Jessica Andrews In the morning, you sit down and open the newspaper, and before you can even get your morning cup of coffee, you’re confronted with a bloody body. Depending where in the world you wake up, this may … Continue reading

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