Tag Archives: Mass media

20Sep/15

Topshop Unique shows its rebellious side at London Fashion Week

High street label Topshop Unique unveils a collection with a rebellious streak at its London Fashion Week show.

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28Aug/15

Online posts by Virginia shooter show alarming trend in social media

Shocking social media posts by the man suspected of shooting two television journalists during a live broadcast in Virginia showed a disturbing premeditated attack in which the internet was used by a killer for maximum exposure.

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11Jul/15

Homeless man in Moscow finds fame after starting video blog on YouTube

A homeless man finds online fame in Russia after launching a video blog that shows his daily struggles on the streets of Moscow.

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14Apr/15

South Africa anti-foreigner violence spreads to centre of Durban

Police fire rubber bullets as a wave of anti-foreigner violence that has killed four people in and around the South African city of Durban in recent days spreads to the town centre.
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06Apr/15

Rolling Stone retracts University of Virginia rape story deemed a ‘journalistic failure’

Rolling Stone retracted an explosive article Sunday (April 05) detailing an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity after an outside review concluded that the story failed to follow journalistic standards.

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01Apr/15

Former Lenta.ru editor runs Russian media site in exile

One year on, the former Lenta.ru editor Galina Timchenko runs his Russian media site in exile, saying journalists should still stand their ground.
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23Feb/15

Satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo unveils new front page

“Here we go again!” reads the new Charlie Hebdo cover by attack survivor Luz, as 2.5 million copies are about to hit Paris news stands on Wednesday.

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16Feb/15

The new faces of fashion get social

(LNVO) – With the start of Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week in New York just around the corner the biggest names in fashion are starting to arrive.

Among them are those dubbed the “Instagirls” — a term first introduced by Vogue magazine to distinguish a small number of models who enjoy a massive social media following.
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