Broadcaster waves sign for the exit
other games more interesting
It was a day like all days in this brave new media world
not quite OK
Journalists, refugees in their own land
“We have to stop it”
Media in Germany
Who will care about big events once they leave free TV?
Satire and comedy, cures for the common malaise
the joke’s on them
Fake News, Hate Speech and Propaganda
Truth is truth. The earth is round and orbits the sun. A few people hold a divergent point of view, which is wholly respected when argued with reason, however flawed. And those opinions are now readily accessible, thanks, in part, to the digital dividend. Truth has become paralyzed by disruption feeding on fears and insecurities.
Giants of the universe are pondering their fate. Threatened by deep pools of retching bile, they sense increasing danger. Less fleet than the effluence encroaching, they are mounting a defence. It will be expensive but money is no object when survival is at risk.
ftm Radio Page
Radio in Germany
Radio in France
Radio in the UK
Radio in Hungary
Radio in Austria
Radio in the Czech Republic
Political appointments not budgets determine public broadcasters fate
Very few really believe television is going away anytime soon. Its place in the world is writ large in indelible ink. The future is shifting, thanks to technology. Demography - the counting of people - is even more inevitable. Be nice to the Millennials.
The media sphere pays earnest attention to everything timely, serious or not. Millennials are the it. Despair has come over everybody older, particularly those knocked over by a kid buried in their smartphone, literally and figuratively. Generalizations about them are entertaining but not very illuminating. All we really know is that we’ve seen this all before.
It may seem smaller there days but the world is still a very big place
“more free expression”
Election coverage on the horizon, TV news channel sheds staff
“hot news channel”
News on the move, like it or not
oh, the possibilities