Media Bits and Bytes - April 16, 2019
- House Passes Net Neutrality Protections
- Why the Assange Arrest Should Scare Reporters
- Yemeni Bodegas Boycott New York Post
- Couple Launches Pro-Socialism Streaming Service
- The Impact of Johnson Publishing on Black Media
- China's Xi Jinping News App
- Chicago is Tracking Kids With GPS Monitors
Americans overwhelmingly support an Internet where Internet service providers (ISPs) have to treat all the data transmitted over their networks in a nondiscriminatory way.
The WikiLeaks founder will be tried in a real court for one thing, but for something else in the court of public opinion.
Murdoch-owned paper published front page that Yemeni American Merchants Association says ‘provoked hatred’.
By JC Reindl
April 13, 2019
Detroit Free Press
Means TV is an Internet-only web streaming service that would offer entertainment programming with "pro-worker" and "anti-capitalist" viewpoints, including original TV shows, talk shows, comedy sketches, reality TV and on-the-ground reporting.
By Ricardo A. Hazell
April 11, 2019
The Shadow League
Today we mourn the death of an iconic imprint that was responsible for bringing us Jet, Ebony, and much more. Both of these publications were pivotal in producing coverage of the Jim Crow System, and the Civil Rights struggles to overturn it later on.
Many employers require workers to submit daily screenshots to document their progress on the app or deduct pay if the app is not used frequently.
By Kira Lerner
April 8, 2019
Cook County has a new contract for juvenile ankle monitors that critics say are an invasion of privacy.