Media (Page 2)

November 9, 2023

Navigating the Sea of Information: Strategies for Evaluating News Credibility

In a digital age awash with a deluge of information, ensuring that you stand on solid ground when it comes to news consumption is paramount. The modern information landscape demands a reliable compass, and this essay aims to equip you with the tools to construct one.

November 7, 2023

Opinion: Focus on Violent Crime Coverage Provides Little Information, Skewed Community Outlook

It is time for local media, the architects of public perception, to eschew the sensational in favor of a narrative that captures the full, and often less alarming, reality of community life.

October 31, 2023

Opinion: Influencer Lauren Norris is a Journalist Who Just Doesn’t Know It Yet

Influencer Lauren Norris is unknowingly doing the job of a lifestyle journalist, and doing it better than just about anyone. Spanning every social platform, she is a compelling example that social media could be the latest form of real journalism.

October 27, 2023

Opinion: The Lost Ogle: A Singular Voice in Oklahoma’s Shifting Media Landscape

Patrick Riley began writing as "The Lost Ogle” in 2007, and it became a vital fixture in Oklahoma City's media landscape as an independent outlet, using both humorous hot takes and investigative journalism to provide an unfiltered look at the state’s news.

October 27, 2023

Opinion: Journalist Becomes Advocate While Calling for DOJ Bust Up of Music Industry Monopolies

Social welfare organization, More Perfect Union, republished a fiery tweet stream by public intellectual Cory Doctorow, who labeled Ticketmaster the "bullies of the music industry playground."