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Canada Games 2013 adds webcasts to their broadcast platform

Sherbrooke - If you love sports and may be out of the country or on the run Canada Games 2013 will embrace the social networking universe by webcasting all of the events, along with traditional television broadcasts on TSN and it's francophone partner RDS.

Op-Ed: Posturing or reporting: Reporter attitude shapes public views

Recently many people have become outraged about Edward Snowden and the George Zimmerman trial, but how much of the public’s reaction to news has to do with reporting and how much with reporter posturing?

TBEX travel bloggers experience Treetop Eco-Adventure Park Special

Oshawa - While in Toronto for the international Travel Blog Exchange (TBEX), bloggers take time to experience eco tourism in Durham, Ontario, and zipline through the trees at Treetop Eco-Adventure Park.

Vietnam jails bloggers for criticizing the government online

Ho Chi Minh City - Vietnam has sent three bloggers to prison, with sentences of four to 12 years, as part of a crackdown on the use of the Internet to criticize the government.

Skyscrpr launches – Blogging revenue generation becomes easier

Skyscrpr peeled back the curtain August 9, giving a waiting throng of bloggers access to the much-anticipated Skyscrpr advertising platform.

Vietnam bloggers charged with 'anti-government' articles

Three Vietnamese bloggers have been charged in a case of using their blogs to spread "anti-government propaganda." The claims have alleged evidence of over 400 posted articles.

Cracks showing in the AOL-Huffington Post relationship

It was an acquisition that some in New York's media circles predicted would signal the beginning of the end of the Huffington Post, and reports are now circulating from staff members that it is getting ugly on the inside.

Op-Ed: Public 'sins,' media bias and how to gain trust in the news

How do you know when information is accurate and whether the person who wrote it might be your neighbor’s kid who just copied it or the local plumber with a political agenda? Ethics and numbers are issues worrying the public and reducing its trust.

Huffington Post, AOL being sued by unpaid bloggers

Bloggers who contributed to the Huffington Post for free for several years are seeking millions in damages in a suit filed Tuesday morning.

Newspaper Guild backs strike of unpaid Huffington Post writers

Arianna Huffington, founder and publisher of The Huffington Post, experienced a significant backlash this week after the Newspaper Guild threw its support behind a strike convened by unpaid contributors to The Huffington Post.

New Jersey Court warns bloggers are not journalists

In a recent court decision an appeals court in New Jersey has found shield laws protecting journalists from revealing sources don't apply to bloggers, underlining a key difference that might be bad news for citizen journalists.

New UK ruling suggests bloggers need to adhere to press codes

A new ruling by the UK media watchdog, the Press Complaints Commission (PCC), suggests that bloggers might, in future, have to adhere to certain codes of practice.

Live masturbation at Re:publica 2010 in Berlin Special

Berlin - During Re:publica 2010, the international forum for bloggers and Web journalists hosted in Berlin, a young man connected on Chatroulette.com began to masturbate in front of more than 400 people, who were attending a conference about online sexuality.

Study: 52% of bloggers consider themselves journalists

A recently released study suggests that more than half of bloggers consider themselves journalists while 20 percent of bloggers earn the majority of their annual salary through their blogs.

Four bloggers not welcome at Palin book signing

Sarah Palin is traveling around the U.S. promoting her book "Going Rogue" but she's not opening welcoming arms to four bloggers who want a signed book.

Two bloggers from Azerbaijan jailed for satirical video

Two young bloggers from Azerbaijan, Emin Milli and Adnan Hajizade, were sentenced to jail on Nov. 11. They were arrested in July after a fight at a restaurant in Baku and formally charged with "hooliganism."

Shield law to expand, include bloggers

A deal between the Obama administration, the U.S. Senate, and various news organizations would strengthen and expand the current "Shield Law"

Op-Ed: Obama's hypocritical criticism of bloggers

The main problem is not the President's negative assessment of bloggers, but the fact that he still uses their services, while arguing that they threaten the foundations of American democracy.

Bloggers Can Be Fined For Product Endorsements

Bloggers who write up positive reviews for products that they have been paid for can be fined if they don't disclose that information.

FTC to go after bloggers for not disclosing freebies, payments

Consumers use the Internet to find independent product reviews and as they do, they encounter a multitude of bloggers. But how many of those bloggers disclose payment or product placement? To enforce stricter guidelines, the FTC is stepping in.

Should Bloggers Have First Amendment Rights as the Press?

The first amendment protects the press. But it's difficult to distinguish what the press is anymore. Since we know that anyone can post a blog on the Internet, does that mean that anyone is a journalist and therefore has the rights of the press?

Vietnamese bloggers come under Government Decrees

The blogosphere, as well, is not able to break-free from censorship. In its latest instance, the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has issued several decrees in the aim of curtailing a vibrant blogosphere of the country.

Bloggers Get To Go Bananas

It looks like print media is still alive and well with new creative ideas of their own. One publication is going from web to print using bloggers as their journalists.

NaBloPoMo, Participating Bloggers Will Blog Every Day For a Month

Taking their cue from the great success of NaNoWriMo, the people at NaBloPoMo want bloggers to blog every day of the month. Bloggers who post everyday in November can win prizes donated by other members.

Blog Action Day 2008 Takes Place on October 15

The second annual Blog Action Day will feature thousands of bloggers, podcasters and videocasters talking about poverty and raising money for organizations that fight poverty.

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler Files Lawsuit Against Bloggers For Impersonation

In Los Angeles, CA the lead singer for Aerosmith has filed a lawsuit against some unknown individuals who are allegedly blogging under false identities. This is the second time Steven Tyler, 60, has had to deal with bloggers in the past year.

Bill Introduced To Extend Journalist Shield Law To Bloggers

New York State Senator Thomas Duane has introduced a bill to shield bloggers in the same way as journalists are shielded against contempt charges. Professional journalists are no longer required to disclose their sources of information.

John McCain: 'I hate the bloggers'

A YouTube video shows John McCain telling the audience that he hates bloggers in general. But he should know that not all bloggers are malicious.

Op-Ed: Viral marketing, or Rent a Blogger, the easy way to target your ads

Viral marketing, aka Revenge of the Communications Workshops, has now become an official method of advertising. How simply wonderful. Apparently even people whose only word in their vocabulary is “monetization” can understand the process.

Citizen journalists avoid 'Great firewall of China' by writing backwards

Chinese bloggers are trying to find new ways to circumvent government filtering done in reporting news events.The most recent one is to write backwards.
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