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Media Analysis: “Iran has proof US kidnapped missing scientist” from BBC News

by Deborah Bloom This news article, which claims the US took an Iranian nuclear scientist captive, is written in the inverted pyramid format — and quite well. The lede sums up the story’s most essential points, while citing the information … Continue reading

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Kyrgyzstan, and why we should care.

By: MJ Revolution is a troublesome topic in the media nowadays. As Americans we seem inclined to root for the underdog in revolution, the people on the street throwing rocks, and not the people on the street in riot gear. … Continue reading

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Amanpour’s Bias Based on Hertiage – Media Analysis

By Alex Zielinski On March 18, renowned CNN international correspondent Christiane Amanpour announced her transfer to ABC News’ ‘This Week’. This decision lead to a heated discussion over Amanpour’s qualifications for this position, as it would be covering national, rather … Continue reading

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