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A YouTube video purporting to show elder abuse at the University Town Center in Irvine gained attention online last week and sparked a police investigation. In the clip, the unseen videographer confronts a man who has wheeled an elderly woman to the...
Tags: YouTube, Social Media, Abusive Behavior
When it comes to glitz and showmanship, L.A.'s next mayor is taking things down a notch. Since his victory last month, Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti has made few major announcements. He abandoned the idea of a transition team studded with big civic names....
What do President Obama, Morgan Freeman, NSA document-leaker Edward Snowden and some guy who goes by the name “probably hitting on you” have in common? They all know what time "the narwhal bacons." Specifically, they know "the narwhal...
RedEyeSomewhere in the Chicago Police Department, someone spends more time on YouTube and Twitter than you do. Social networks and content-sharing sites have made it easier than ever for would-be criminals to sell stolen goods online, harass people, or...
In early April, while making the promotional rounds for "Oblivion," Morgan Freeman made an appearance on the “Ask Me Anything” section of the popular social news and entertainment website Reddit. For those unfamiliar with “Ask Me...
Tags: Rampart (movie), AOL LLC, Tom Cruise, Howard Stern , Kevin Smith
The Baltimore SunOne of the driving principles in the live and late-breaking world of TV news is to just keep moving on. Don’t dwell too long on yesterday’s mistakes, or you’ll miss today’s big story. But the mistakes made by social media and...
Actor and director Zach Braff's efforts to use Kickstarter to fund a movie about a struggling actor's existential crisis has turned into a minor public relations crisis. Mere hours after launching the campaign to fund production for "Wish I Was Here,"...
Tags: Oprah Winfrey, Social Media, Celebrities
Matthew Keys, a controversy-plagued deputy social media editor at Thomson Reuters, tweeted today that he was fired by the news organization. His name has not been associated of late with best journalistic practices. Keys, 26, a one-time web producer...
Reddit is apologizing for its role in fueling the social media witch hunts for the Boston bombings suspects. The social news website became one of the must-reads last week for the latest news and thoughts on the Boston Marathon bombings. But it also...
As social media sites have pelted out news of the Boston bombing, playing fast and loose with the numbers of the dead and injured and amplifying hearsay into a cacophony of confusion, one tweet seemed to say it all: "Dear Journalism: Get yourself together...
The social networking site Reddit found itself in the middle of a terrible situation this week after it fingered a missing Brown student as one of the Boston Marathon bombers. Reddit, for those unfamiliar, is a popular site that consists entirely of...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsMany Americans have followed the latest developments from Boston online. Even journalists are using social media. But are they doing it well? One social media expert says Facebook and Twitter are changing the way we all see the news. The Boston...
Tags: Radio, Journalism, FBI, Sports, News Media
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