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Attkisson criticizes the mainstream media in her new book “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism."


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Objective journalism at its finest


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It’s 40 years old and worth billions. But what is it that drives people so crazy for the little Japanese toy? Tamara Hinson joins Hello Kitty anniversary celebrations


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All your questions answered about how the demise of newswire service Australian Associated Press will degrade the journalism you rely on


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Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber.


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They can continue to aid and abet polarization in the search for profits, or they can help shift the tone of the country.


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In the COVID era, many of us have had to adapt to new ways of doing things. Working from home and distributed newsrooms have become part of the “new normal” for many journalists. This has often meant modifying not just what we do, but how we do it.  At many journalism schools we tend to drill into our students the importance of conducting interviews in person, but that’s just not possible right now, and it might not be for some time.


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“We’re seeing exactly what we expected, which is not enough, especially in the case of Facebook,” said Shannon McGregor, an assistant professor of journalism and media at the University of North Carolina.


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Calls for newsroom training on reporting abuse to police


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In this section of DNA, we will analyse, after the arrest of Arnab Goswami, is it clear that the fourth pillar of democracy is getting weaker now? Watch video on Zee News


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The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands invites non-governmental organizations to submit project proposals for the Matra & Human Rights Fund before 11 December 2020. Matra stands for maatschappelijke transformatie, meaning ‘social transformation’. It is part of our support to current and potential EU candidate countries and the countries of the Eastern Partnership in their attempts to fulfil conditions required by the EU accession processes (e.g. Copenhagen Criteria and/or Association Agreements with EU). The Matra Fund supplements the European Commission’s efforts and aims to help countries strengthen democracy and the rule of law, thus enhance stability. Human rights are the foundation of a democracy in which every person counts. The Netherlands strives to protect and promote human rights all over the world. The Human Rights Fund therefore supports organisations that work for human rights worldwide. The Netherlands government attaches particular importance to these Funds, since they aim to reinforce and promote shared European values – values that connect European countries, bridging their cultural diversity. A strong and pluralist democracy under the rule of law, stable democratic processes and good governance are part of these values and of the agenda for Europe. The Embassy in Pristina works on the basis of the following mission: We work towards the Euro-Atlantic integration of a safe, prosperous, inclusive and democratic Kosovo that provides equal opportunities for its citizens as this forms the best guarantee for a mutual beneficiary relation with the Netherlands and the European Union. What types of projects are eligible? The Matra and HR fund support demand-driven initiatives. Project proposals have to be in line with our policy priorities and the mission statement. To be eligible for support, projects must promote the process of transformation in the following areas: Strengthening the rule of law with a focus on fighting corruption; Enhancing the position of civil society organisations in judicial reforms; Increasing women’s representation in politics; Addressing issues of property ownership for women; Strengthening the position of LGBTI community in areas outside of Pristina; Improving the implementation of the Law on Languages; Promoting investigative journalism; What are the minimum requirements? Applications are only taken into consideration when the Embassy provided formats are used (Appendix A for the proposal and Appendix B for the budget overview. Please note that Appendix B contains an example of a project budget. Remove the example data and adjust the table as needed to your project) Applications must be relevant to the specific Matra objectives as highlighted above. The project needs to reinvigorate the local ownership of the issue that forms the business case / reason for the project. The applicant should contribute to the project (financial or in kind). This needs to be specified clearly in the activities and budget overview. The applicant must have a minimum yearly turnover of EUR 100.000 for at least three consecutive years. The project has a maximum duration of 24 months. When other donors are involved, you need to specify this in the application and budget forms. It needs to be clear which donor contribution goes to the different activities. Beneficiary organisations need to provide a statement in which they underline their commitment to this project. EUR 100.000 per project is our maximum support. Make sure the budget complies with the following minimum requirements. Use the enclosed budget template: Not more than 30% of our contribution goes to salaries. For staff involved in the project (regular and contracted) provide information on the hours / percentage of the time, that they are directly involved in the project activities and provide the hourly rate / wage for their involvement. Not more than 10% of our budget contribution can be allocated to Administrative Costs (rent, utilities, office material, communication, bank fees). Only Administrative Costs directly involved in the project are eligible for financial support (ex. the proportion of the rental costs for the office space that is will be used directly for the project activities). Not more than 10% of the budget can be used for study trips or tours. Please indicate in case of study tour why this is necessary and specify why the location / country of destination is chosen. Preference is given to proposals that are: Risk aware, realistic and ‘Corona-proof’; Gender sensitive; Inclusive and create equal access to project results for all groups in society. In this sense we encourage organisations to set up activities in areas where needs are higher, in some cases this means activities outside the capital; Aim for sustainable improvements; Cost sensitive, whenever possible seek in kind contributions, use alliances with the business community, work with volunteers etc; That use innovative ways to tackle issues (involve the private sector, use a broad coalition that share a common concern, make use of digital tools, have a clear media strategy). Not eligible are: Humanitarian aid; Commercial activities; Business registered organisations; Projects with a predominantly academic focus, i.e. feasibility studies, research etc.; Projects that exclusively or largely include the delivery of goods or materials; Infrastructural or construction projects; Scholarships or education programmes; Social programmes. Co-financing with other donors is possible provided, when: The applicant provides statements from the other donor(s) on their motivation to finance project activities. A clear, transparent description is given of the division of activities and how the different donors contribute to these activities; The application procedure The deadline for submitting project proposals is 11 December, 2020.The Embassy considers only proposals that are send with the Embassy provided formats (use Appendix A for the proposal and Appendix B for the budget overview); Proposals must meet the minimum requirements; Applications must be submitted to the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kosovo; at  PRI-PROJECTS@minbuza.nl Applications should be submitted by the project organisers themselves, though they may be assisted by third parties, such as Dutch NGO’s; Applications should be submitted in the English language; The applicant must sign all documents submitted for the application. Approval, contract, payment and reporting If the project is approved, the applicant will receive two copies of the contract, outlining the conditions of the grant. One copy must be signed and returned to the Netherlands Embassy. Upon its receipt, the first instalment of the grant will be transferred. The maximum duration is two years (24 months). The applicant is required to submit mid-term and final narrative and financial reports on the results achieved. The final narrative and financial reports have to be submitted within two months after the finalisation of the project. The report should describe activities carried out to date, activities still planned (if any), problems encountered, achievements, lessons learned, etc. Upon approval of these documents, the Embassy will pay the remaining instalment(s). The Embassy reserves the right to inspect the project accounts and activities at any time.


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From Selena Gomez to Holly Willoughby, the statement barrette has been adding a fashionable finishing touch


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A national network of "pink-slime journalism" sites, including 21 sites aimed at Oklahoma, presents partisan content in the guise of local news.


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The Hornet is published as a learning experience under the guidance of Fullerton College’s journalism program.


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Up for a brief journalism quiz? Of course you are — or so I will assume. Let’s begin. Name a news outlet that publishes separate English-language additions for the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe, and also offers its product in 21 other languages spoken around the globe. That’s even mor


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Ajay Chacko - Will journalism ever become a profession that commands respect? Will our children think of a career as a journalist financially as well as emotionally rewarding? Will news media become a business of consequence?, , Journalist, journalism


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Former President Barack Obama said the lines between propaganda and journalism are become increasingly "blurred."


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The Hornet is published as a learning experience under the guidance of Fullerton College’s journalism program.


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Round of applause for the Bureau of Investigative Journalism — which fought for two years to obtain details of a closed door meeting between Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and the UK secretary of state in charge of digital issues at the time, Matt Hancock (now health secretary). Freedom of …


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Four journalists accused by the Houthis of ‘spying’ are facing the death penalty.


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The L.A. Times newsroom's leadership transition has accelerated with the departure of Pearlstine, who served as executive editor for 2½ years.


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The Hornet is published as a learning experience under the guidance of Fullerton College’s journalism program.


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How the newsletter startup could disrupt the media industry.


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Living in another country, not knowing your surroundings and having a language barrier can be difficult but living in the UK during lock down has proven to be even more difficult. For many international students, one of the most exciting things about studying abroad is getting to know the country and the people. But lockRead More


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The Hornet is published as a learning experience under the guidance of Fullerton College’s journalism program.


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The spotlight on political donations is bright, but there's a push among some ownership groups to avoid it.


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A team of volunteer paralegals is fighting to stop Indians without proof of citizenship being sent to detention camps


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Editor’s note • The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber.


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InnerCityPress.com is engaged these days in investigative journalism from the United Nations, including the World Bank, the IMF, the UN Development Program and the five continents.


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The newsroom’s reporting on the Church of Scientology won the visual storytelling category.


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With Kishore Bhimani’s death, an era in sports journalism and cricket commentating has come to end. For years, particularly in the 1980s and 90s, Bhimani was one of the most prominent and popular voic


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Students from Starr’s Mill and McIntosh high schools recently brought home a trove of state and national honors in journalism. Seven students from McIntosh High and Starr’s Mill High schools …


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The Hornet is published as a learning experience under the guidance of Fullerton College’s journalism program.


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The team behind our US election results tracker discuss how it came together, why readers around the world loved it, and how it came to be the most-viewed page ever on the Guardian’s website


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Factual and contextualized reporting also is a powerful tool in addressing disaster fatigue and the politicization of science.


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Josh Neufeld uses comics journalism to explain racial health disparities and related misinformation during two pandemics.


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In this new Q&A, Josh Neufeld explains comics journalism and the benefits and challenges of reporting the news in comics form.


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InnerCityPress.com is engaged these days in investigative journalism from the United Nations, including the World Bank, the IMF, the UN Development Program and the five continents.


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InnerCityPress.com is engaged these days in investigative journalism from the United Nations, including the World Bank, the IMF, the UN Development Program and the five continents.


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Pat and Sandy Hiatte's unrestricted estate gift will be split equally and used for newsroom technology and tree projects.


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Journalism alumna Tsanavi Spoonhunter chronicles one tribe’s fight for food sovereignty in short documentary


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Broadcasters will use the funds to support interns and expand coverage of the pandemic, health care, criminal justice and other topics.


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Gotcha journalism may get clicks, but it doesn't protect French in Montreal or ease decades-old tensions over divisive language politics.


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Want to be a journalist? Here are the types of media industry careers and the top colleges to join.


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"Consistency in truth telling is critical because consistency maintains integrity." The award historically goes to journalists, but during the coronavirus pandemic, Fauci demonstrated to many that a public health official and journalists have much in common.


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SALT LAKE CITY - Some Cache Valley residents may recognize the blonde reporter Erin Cox on KSTU FOX 13 News. She grew up in Wellsville, attended Mountain Crest High School and Utah State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communications.


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SALT LAKE CITY - Some Cache Valley residents may recognize the blonde reporter Erin Cox on KSTU FOX 13 News. She grew up in Wellsville, attended Mountain Crest High School and Utah State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communications.


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It is worth asking why professionally reported, fact-based local journalism is so valuable to our community and to our democracy and what we can all do to help protect it.


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Subscribers: 2,777 – $45 yearly supports independent journalism in Ukraine Friday, Nov. 27 at 5 p.m. Kyiv time: Tune in to the live-streamed ceremony for the Kyiv Post’s Top 30 Under 30 Awards. The winners will be on hand to receive their prizes. Watch one of 3 ways: Kyiv Post website, Facebook page or YouTube channel. Top news Mykhailo Fedorov, […]


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The Branded Content Project, an initiative by the Local Media Consortium, Local Media Association, and Facebook Journalism Project, released the results of a report on content marketing in collaboration with Borrell Associates Inc., which found that, despite the effect Covid-19 had on businesses, content marketing remained relatively steady and is projected to be more of a priority in 2021. With expenditures on advertising falling by double-digit percentages in 2020, the report, 'Sizing the Content Marketing Opportunity,' projects that the amount spent on content marketing will be down just 1.5%, to $63.3 billion. The decline is due almost wholly to the retraction of marketing


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Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AI JRF), the global leading organization in researching, forecasting, and shaping the future of Artificial Intelligence and Human has issued a new report that defines


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DAYTON-Civil Deputy Tim Quigg has hit a major milestone at the Columbia County Sheriff's Office. On November 21, Quigg celebrated four decades of service, with no plans to retire anytime soon. Quigg took his first steps towards a long law enforcement career in March of 1980. He attended Washington State University, where he majored in journalism an...


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Peter Laufer is a former news correspondent for NBC News with a wide range of experiences reporting on the U.S./Mexico border and is currently a professor of journalism at the


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SCENE:  It’s 2045, about 30 or 40 people have gathered at a downtown Phoenix cafe for a night of storytelling. The theme for the evening is Thanksgiving Memories. The emcee introduces local storyteller and playwright, James E. Garcia. EMCEE: Next up, everyone, is James E. Garcia, whose decades-long writing career has included journalism, playwriting, a […]


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People often think universities are places where your views are challenged, refined, and improved. They are seen as places of debate and pluralism where beliefs are contested and scrutinised. The majority of students enjoy engaging with opinions that are contrary to their own, but I believe the freedom to criticise ideas is being eroded. Amongst university students an intolerance of views that cause offence has begun to flower. This is not grounded in a dislike of inaccuracy or falsehood, but an intolerance of opinions that diverge from an acceptable consensus. What counts as an acceptable view seems to have narrowed to such an extent that even liberal views, based in fact, are deemed too offensive to be published. Earlier this month I wrote an article profiling Armin Navabi. Navabi is the founder of Atheist Republic, an organisation that connects atheists across the globe. It promotes LGBTQ and women’s rights and fights the persecution of atheists. The article outlined his views and life story. The piece was published in Cherwell, Oxford University’s independent student newspaper, but it will not be published online. The reason given was that the piece “may be considered offensive.” It is with regret that I have resigned today as profile editor for Cherwell. I believe that a diverse range of views should be tolerated. This article does not incite hatred or violence towards other people. It merely scrutinises ideas. This freedom to interrogate ideas underpins many of the freedoms we are fortunate enough to enjoy today. Cherwell’s decision not to upload the piece is symptomatic of a broader malaise. There is an atmosphere at Oxford, and at other universities, that an argument is not made valid by its logic, evidence, or reason. Rather, arguments are valid, and therefore worth hearing, if they conform to the current zeitgeist. When Steve Bannon came to speak at Oxford in November, the protests were vast. Initially, I thought people were protesting his ideology and politics, but their intention was greater than that. Many wanted to completely shut down any debate or engagement with his ideas. To that end, they aggressively prevented people from entering the talk. There were similar protests about a talk by the former Front National politician Marion Maréchal in January. This is a dangerous path to take. The way to confront controversial views is not to ban or criminalise them, but rather to engage with and challenge them. Navabi spoke about the danger of censoring views and the detrimental effect it would have on the left. I echo this belief. Critical issues must not be monopolised by those who don’t respect freedom of speech. It discredits these vital movements if some of their supporters censor reasoned opinions. In the case of Navabi, he is not a far-right populist, but an influential liberal figure with a fascinating story. His comments on the Qur’an seem to have caused some controversy, but he has supported these with scriptural references. The views he expressed are not necessarily my views. This was not a comment piece but an interrogation of a controversial viewpoint and an attempt to present a perspective that would add to debate. I strongly welcome disagreement with Navabi’s views and with the article itself – the article could have been improved with the addition of another voice. But that does not detract from the dangers of foreclosing debate. Debate is essential to any society and it is the role of journalism to facilitate and inform that debate. I did not resign out of malice, vanity, or an elevated sense of self-importance. I resigned because I think there is a broader issue at stake. Students, especially student journalists, should be able to engage with views even if they differ from their own. And censoring opinions, liberal ones at that, is not the answer. Freddie Hayward is an undergraduate student at the University of Oxford and former profile editor of student newspaper Cherwell.


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Many people struggle to speak in public with confidence but it is an important ingredient for people perusing their careers in business, marketing and journalism among other disciplines disciplines. With these tips, you can find a way to speak in public with confidence.


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Michael Pack’s purge of the US Agency for Global Media, and his effort to produce tough-on-China journalism, explained.


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"People of all political persuasions are unhappy with the status quo."


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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The Grand Forks Herald has been telling the stories of this community since 1879. The format may look different today, but the end goal is the same: Share the truth. Share your stories. Regardless of format.


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The Grand Forks Herald has been telling the stories of this community since 1879. The format may look different today, but the end goal is the same: Share the truth. Share your stories. Regardless of format.


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"What we see is an increasing tendency to silence journalists who say things that are in the minority," Edward Snowden said.


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"What we see is an increasing tendency to silence journalists who say things that are in the minority," Edward Snowden said.


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Longtime Echo reporter dies at age 92


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Longtime Echo reporter dies at age 92


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The media is a long-time critic of how opaque algorithms polarise views and spread misinformation. Now it is our turn to be transparent about editorial decisions and focus on bridging the divides


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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Ranked 1 Overall Best CEO, CFO and IRO for Second Consecutive Year Ranked 1 Overall Across All Eight Categories Among 28 Companies in Leisure SectorCompany was One of Only 24 Companies Across 44 Sectors in the U.S. to Rank 1 Overall in at Least Four CategoriesRecognized as Top Leisure Company in Crisis Management Amid COVID-19 Global PandemicMIAMI, Nov. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (Norwegian) (NYSE: NCLH), a leading global cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, today announces its clean sweep of first place overall rankings in the Leisure sector in the 2021 Institutional Investor All-America Executive Team annual survey. The Company ranked 1 overall across all eight categories including a new category, Crisis Management Amid COVID-19, which ranked the effectiveness for communication of a company’s strategy and risk management during the global pandemic.The All-America Executive Team survey took place amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, capturing critical feedback of corporate performance during exceptional socioeconomic and market stress. The result was one of the survey’s most significant voter turnouts, with over 3,000 money managers and buy-side analysts, and almost 500 sell-side researchers providing their candid feedback. Voters chose their favorite CEOs, CFOs, Investor Relations professionals, and Investor Relations programs among 1,521 nominated companies across 44 business sectors in the United States.   Voters were also asked to identify excellence in several core criteria including Financial Disclosure, Services & Communication, Crisis Management amid COVID-19, Financially Material ESG Disclosures and Best Analyst Day."Our clean sweep of first place overall Leisure sector rankings in the prestigious Institutional Investor All-America Executive Team survey is a tremendous accomplishment, especially against the backdrop of the unprecedented challenges caused by the global pandemic," said Frank Del Rio, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. “Our company is operating in one of the hardest hit industries by COVID-19, so this honor speaks volumes to our best-in-class Investor Relations program and our ability to adapt and effectively communicate and respond to the demands of multiple stakeholders. We are committed to providing as much transparency as possible to help our stakeholders navigate this ever-evolving, fluid environment and we greatly appreciate their significant support and valuable feedback during this challenging time.”“Institutional Investor is thrilled to congratulate Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, one of the recognized Movers and Shakers this year, on ranking at the very top of the 2021 All-America Executive Team rankings with its clean sweep in the Leisure sector based on the latest feedback from the investment community,” said Ursula Kizy, Director of Investor Relations Americas at Institutional Investor. “This year’s All-America Executive Team results present market sentiment from a most unique time in the corporate world. Companies must mitigate the multiple and hard-hitting impacts of the pandemic to their business while being mindful of the necessity for minute-by-minute financial and strategic transparency to their shareholders. Adding to the list of challenges is that corporates must allay anxiety and build investor confidence in a completely virtual environment. Executives and IROs certainly have their work cut out for them this year, and Institutional Investor is particularly proud of the accomplishments of the 2021 All-America Executive Team winners.”Norwegian’s executive leadership and Investor Relations program were ranked as follows in the Leisure sector: * 1 Overall Best CEO, Frank Del Rio * 1 Overall Best CFO, Mark Kempa * 1 Overall Best Investor Relations Officer, Andrea DeMarco * 1 Overall Best Investor Relations Team * 1 Overall Best Investor Relations Program * 1 Overall Best Investor Day * 1 Overall Best Financially Material ESG Disclosures * 1 Overall Best Communication of Strategy and Risk Management Amid COVID-19About Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) is a leading global cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands. With a combined fleet of 28 ships with approximately 59,150 berths, these brands offer itineraries to more than 490 destinations worldwide. The Company has nine additional ships scheduled for delivery through 2027.About Institutional InvestorFor 52 years Institutional Investor has consistently distinguished itself among the world’s foremost media companies with ground-breaking journalism and incisive writing that provides essential intelligence for a global audience. In addition, Institutional Investor offers highly-respected proprietary benchmark research and rankings; Institutional Investor Research provides independent sell-side and corporate performance research and rankings and aims to be the first-choice and independent validation source of qualitative market intelligence for all three sides of the investment community. Institutional Investor Research has a global presence, spanning Europe, All-Asia, the US and Latin America.Investor Relations & Media Contact Andrea DeMarco (305) 468-2339 InvestorRelations@nclcorp.comJessica John (786) 913-2902Institutional Investor Contact Ursula Kizy (212) 224-3124 ukizy@institutionalinvestor.com


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Independent journalists are being beaten, detained and prosecuted in Belarus. How is the media managing to report on protests under such circumstances?


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The media is a long-time critic of how opaque algorithms polarise views and spread misinformation. Now it is our turn to be transparent about editorial decisions and focus on bridging the divides


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Independent journalists are being beaten, detained and prosecuted in Belarus. How is the media managing to report on protests under such circumstances?


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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For a limited time, you can take advantage of our current promotion, with rates as low as $5 for a five-month digital subscription, by clicking here.


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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2020 has pulled stories about race into the spotlight, from coverage around the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement to racially motivated attacks surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.But even in a year …


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Ranked 1 Overall Best CEO, CFO and IRO for Second Consecutive Year Ranked 1 Overall Across All Eight Categories Among 28 Companies in Leisure SectorCompany was One of Only 24 Companies Across 44 Sectors in the U.S. to Rank 1 Overall in at Least Four CategoriesRecognized as Top Leisure Company in Crisis Management Amid COVID-19 Global PandemicMIAMI, Nov. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (Norwegian) (NYSE: NCLH), a leading global cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, today announces its clean sweep of first place overall rankings in the Leisure sector in the 2021 Institutional Investor All-America Executive Team annual survey. The Company ranked 1 overall across all eight categories including a new category, Crisis Management Amid COVID-19, which ranked the effectiveness for communication of a company’s strategy and risk management during the global pandemic.The All-America Executive Team survey took place amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, capturing critical feedback of corporate performance during exceptional socioeconomic and market stress. The result was one of the survey’s most significant voter turnouts, with over 3,000 money managers and buy-side analysts, and almost 500 sell-side researchers providing their candid feedback. Voters chose their favorite CEOs, CFOs, Investor Relations professionals, and Investor Relations programs among 1,521 nominated companies across 44 business sectors in the United States.   Voters were also asked to identify excellence in several core criteria including Financial Disclosure, Services & Communication, Crisis Management amid COVID-19, Financially Material ESG Disclosures and Best Analyst Day."Our clean sweep of first place overall Leisure sector rankings in the prestigious Institutional Investor All-America Executive Team survey is a tremendous accomplishment, especially against the backdrop of the unprecedented challenges caused by the global pandemic," said Frank Del Rio, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. “Our company is operating in one of the hardest hit industries by COVID-19, so this honor speaks volumes to our best-in-class Investor Relations program and our ability to adapt and effectively communicate and respond to the demands of multiple stakeholders. We are committed to providing as much transparency as possible to help our stakeholders navigate this ever-evolving, fluid environment and we greatly appreciate their significant support and valuable feedback during this challenging time.”“Institutional Investor is thrilled to congratulate Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, one of the recognized Movers and Shakers this year, on ranking at the very top of the 2021 All-America Executive Team rankings with its clean sweep in the Leisure sector based on the latest feedback from the investment community,” said Ursula Kizy, Director of Investor Relations Americas at Institutional Investor. “This year’s All-America Executive Team results present market sentiment from a most unique time in the corporate world. Companies must mitigate the multiple and hard-hitting impacts of the pandemic to their business while being mindful of the necessity for minute-by-minute financial and strategic transparency to their shareholders. Adding to the list of challenges is that corporates must allay anxiety and build investor confidence in a completely virtual environment. Executives and IROs certainly have their work cut out for them this year, and Institutional Investor is particularly proud of the accomplishments of the 2021 All-America Executive Team winners.”Norwegian’s executive leadership and Investor Relations program were ranked as follows in the Leisure sector: * 1 Overall Best CEO, Frank Del Rio * 1 Overall Best CFO, Mark Kempa * 1 Overall Best Investor Relations Officer, Andrea DeMarco * 1 Overall Best Investor Relations Team * 1 Overall Best Investor Relations Program * 1 Overall Best Investor Day * 1 Overall Best Financially Material ESG Disclosures * 1 Overall Best Communication of Strategy and Risk Management Amid COVID-19About Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) is a leading global cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands. With a combined fleet of 28 ships with approximately 59,150 berths, these brands offer itineraries to more than 490 destinations worldwide. The Company has nine additional ships scheduled for delivery through 2027.About Institutional InvestorFor 52 years Institutional Investor has consistently distinguished itself among the world’s foremost media companies with ground-breaking journalism and incisive writing that provides essential intelligence for a global audience. In addition, Institutional Investor offers highly-respected proprietary benchmark research and rankings; Institutional Investor Research provides independent sell-side and corporate performance research and rankings and aims to be the first-choice and independent validation source of qualitative market intelligence for all three sides of the investment community. Institutional Investor Research has a global presence, spanning Europe, All-Asia, the US and Latin America.Investor Relations & Media Contact Andrea DeMarco (305) 468-2339 InvestorRelations@nclcorp.comJessica John (786) 913-2902Institutional Investor Contact Ursula Kizy (212) 224-3124 ukizy@institutionalinvestor.com


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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For a limited time, you can take advantage of our current promotion, with rates as low as $5 for a five-month digital subscription, by clicking here.


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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2020 has pulled stories about race into the spotlight, from coverage around the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement to racially motivated attacks surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.But even in a year …


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"What we see is an increasing tendency to silence journalists who say things that are in the minority," Edward Snowden said.


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Alexander Nanau's Collective, a riveting documentary about the aftermath of a fire at a rock club in Bucharest, Romania, is the best documentary I've seen...


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The media is a long-time critic of how opaque algorithms polarise views and spread misinformation. Now it is our turn to be transparent about editorial decisions and focus on bridging the divides


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Sadly, we are not immune from a troublesome nationwide misinformation trend.


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Independent journalists are being beaten, detained and prosecuted in Belarus. How is the media managing to report on protests under such circumstances?


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