‘News Corporation directors could face charges for neglect of duties’
Directors within Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation could face corporate charges and prosecution for neglect of their duties, in plans that are being examined by the Crown Prosecution Service.
‘Twitter reaches 500 million user mark’
By analysing 517 million Twitter profiles and over a billion public tweets, social marketing firm Semiocast was also able to determine that 140 million of those users are in the U.S., with Brazil coming in second at just over 40 million Twitter users.
‘Frontline club workshop: Radio in a Day’
The Frontline Club and fellow independent journalism pioneers, Sourcefabric, have joined forces to create a one-day workshop on how to build your own online radio station using Sourcefabric’s Airtime.
‘The Israel Lobby and US foreign policy’
Stephen M. Walt from Harvard University and John J. Mearsheimer from University of Chicago investigate the overall thrust of US policy in the Middle East is due almost entirely to US domestic politics, and especially to the activities of the “Israel Lobby.”
‘How this guy lied his way into MSNBC, ABC News, The New York Times and more’
With a little creative use of the internet, Ryan Holiday has been quoted in news sources from small blogs to the most reputable outlets in the country.