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Free press, free market.. it’s kind of a big deal

Ramped up rhetoric in the heated 2016 campaign for the U.S. presidency has notably taken a turn. Journalists, fact-based filmmakers and the public at large who care about the First Amendment and the impact future leaders have on public discourse, should take notice. Generally speaking, candidates and presidents have contentious relationships with the media. President Obama banned …

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Can media coverage keep you alive in a mass attack?

What some may see as sensationalized, wall-to-wall coverage of the deadliest shooting in American history is the very kind of coverage that could save your life in the future. That’s according to security experts. With cable and network TV dropping or preempting regularly scheduled Sunday morning programming to bring in their heavy hitting anchors and send …

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No color, some flavor in the run up to pivotal primary

ABC News moderators George Stephanopoulos, Martha Raddatz and David Muir remained professional, asking substantive questions on topics that ranged from immigration and deportation; ISIS; preemptive strikes against North Korea; the temperament to lead; experience and leadership; tax hikes; healthcare and eminent domain. [But] it wasn’t until almost two hours in that there was just one …

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3 takeaways from the brand that was David Bowie

The ’80’s was an era where, like many American teens, David Bowie filled my collection of eclectic albums from British artists. Mom wasn’t a fan, so of course every indulgent listening session represented a level of rebellion for me then. The creative genius of the musician most have come to know and what Bowie’s brand …