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Iraq Shuts Down Aljazeera and 9 Other TV News Channels

BY Paul Mutter | Wednesday, May 1 2013

The BBC's correspondent in Iraq reporting on the suspension of 10 TV stations (image: screengrab)

The Iraqi government has banned eight television news stations from broadcasting in the country, accusing them of inciting sectarian violence between Sunni and Shi'a Muslims. Read More

British Politics Tip Toe into the TV Era

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, April 15 2010

It's worth keeping in mind the idea that "technology is changing politics" is all relative. Read More

Tapper Teams with PolitiFact to Fact Check "This Week"

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, April 9 2010

A few weeks back NYU's Jay Rosen proposed, after ABC's Jake Tapper asked for suggestions for his tenure as host of "This Week," that the program engage in some fact-checking of their guests. Tapper, it seems, ... Read More

The Rationality Gap: Campaigns Way Behind the Online Advertising Curve

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Tuesday, February 5 2008

The big news in this campaign cycle is that online ads by the campaigns are expected to hit $20 million. Woo hoo. That is a lot of money, isn't it? Well, actually, it is not. Read More

Romney's on The Tube, Obama Dominates Online, Rudy Loves Radio

BY Colin Delany | Wednesday, July 11 2007

Neilsen has published some fascinating details on how the presidential candidates are spending their media money and what kind of results they're getting for it. has the numbers; here are some ... Read More