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Alexa, make this story available for Newsmaker readers. Alright.

Posted by   /  December 16, 2017  /  Government and Politics, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

Artificial intelligence certainly has benefits, but some say they could be outweighed by its drawbacks Governing Have a question about taxes, vehicle licensing or simply need the phone number for a state agency? If you live in Mississippi, just ask Alexa, Amazon’s digital assistant that has been programmed to also work with state and local […]

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Do you agree with the top story in Arizona for 2017?

Posted by   /  December 16, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

‘USA  TODAY’ picks one for each state ‘that moved us’ The year began with Donald Trump assuming the mantle of 45th president of the United States. The day after he was inaugurated, more than 2 million people across the world called for a “revolution” as a bulwark against the new administration they feared would roll back […]

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Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Cartoonable: The New Outernet

Posted by   /  December 16, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

 

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No longer a tech nerd debate, FCC drives the internet in the fast lane

Posted by   /  December 15, 2017  /  Government and Politics, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

The regulatory rollback won’t change things for Americans, proponents say By Margaret Haring McGil | POLITICO The repeal of net neutrality ushers in a new chapter of the internet that could eventually transform the way Americans communicate, shop and consume information online. The Federal Communications Commission’s party-line vote Thursday to dump the Obama-era rules, which […]

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‘Feminism’ is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year, thanks in part to Kellyanne Conway

Posted by   /  December 14, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

By Kristine Phillips | The Washington Post This is the year when a sea of pink dominated the streets of several American cities, the year when #MeToo became a symbolic driving force against sexual misconduct by men, and when a group of women — “The Silence Breakers” — graced the cover of Time as the […]

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Rose Law Group Reporter Top 10 List of Recent Fake News Stories

Posted by   /  December 13, 2017  /  By Phil Riske, Media and Entertainment, Off-Beat News, Rose Law Group  /  No Comments

By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer Trump tweets and takes credit for Amazon selection of Bisbee for its new headquarters   Sheriff Joe Arpaio will run for Sen. Flake’s Senate seat   Workers on Loop 202 extension discover remains of Jimmy Hoffa   Bobby Hurley resigns to become Suns head coach   Undisclosed Regents report […]

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‘SNL’: Mall Santa peppered with kids’ questions about Al Franken, Roy Moore, Matt Lauer

Posted by   /  December 10, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

Is President Trump on the Naughty List?

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Don’t stop the presses. When local news struggles, democracy withers

Posted by   /  December 7, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

By Henri Gendreay | Wired Thomas Peele’s friend keeps bugging him. “Are you going to win?” the friend writes over Facebook. “I think you’re going to win.” “What are you going to do when you win?” “Shut up,” Peele thinks. He’s an old-school watchdog reporter. Blue eyes that bore into you. Fewer words, better. It’s […]

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Rose Law Group Notable Tweetable by attorney Thomas Galvin

Posted by   /  December 6, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment, PHOTOS/CARTOONS, Sports  /  No Comments

 

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Journalists have substantial power to affect the national conversation

Posted by   /  December 4, 2017  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

News shared on Twitter can drive conversation, study finds By Niraj Chokshi | The New York Times For years, investigating the American media’s influence on discourse has required studying the conversations we have at homes, in the public square and in office corridors, to try to understand what prompted them. But a paper published in […]

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