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For media, COVID alarm is a hard habit to break

The coronavirus is a hard habit for the media to break – and it pushes other dangers off the stage and out of sight. As the country marks a year since the Capitol attack last week, most mainstream media have still made COVID-19 and the Omicron variant their primary focus. …

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Media and Entertainment Research Analyst was 69 – The Hollywood Reporter

Larry Gerbrandt, a senior research analyst, valuation expert and consultant to media and entertainment companies, died in his sleep Thursday at his home in Aromas, Calif., A family spokesperson said. He was 69 years old. Gerbrandt has worked for companies such as Paul Kagan’s Kagan World Media as a senior …

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Missouri County rethinks its seal after social media criticism

ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, Missouri – The community of St. Francois County will have the opportunity to design a new county seal after the current seal is criticized on social media. A Reddit user recently posted an image of the county seal, which drew hundreds of comments, mostly negative. At Tuesday’s …

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Social media have fun with Jadeveon Clowney’s shoe toss

November 7, 2021; Cincinnati, Ohio, United States; Cleveland Browns defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (90) before the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports Joe Burrow Changing The Cleveland Browns Long Term Plans? by Greg Newland The Cleveland Browns take on the Pittsburgh …

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Editorial: Decide to use social media in a more positive way | Editorials

We never know what the New Year has in store for us, but as it begins, many of us seem determined to make positive changes in our lives. We make resolutions. Sadly, most of us will fail, mainly because we are either not sincere about our desires for change or …

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2021 was the year of the farewells of local media personalities | Buckler airtime

The big local stories of 2021 involved people saying goodbye instead of saying hello. The farewell speeches began when longtime meteorologist Bruce DePrest announced he was becoming a part-time employee, stepping down on the 11pm newscast. Then DePrest eclipsed its own ad. After 43 years working for WFSB-TV3, DePrest announced …

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Suspect Lyndon McLeod’s books and social media posts include rants and fantasies – CBS Denver

LAKEWOOD, Colorado (CBS4) – Lyndon McCleod, the apparent gunman of a massacre in Denver and Lakewood on Monday, left behind books, videos, podcasts and social media posts that provide insight into the kind of life he lived – and perhaps foretold the tragic wave of crime. Police believe McLeod was …

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Fires break out in Syrian port of Latakia following Israeli attack – Syrian state media

CAIRO, December 28 (Reuters) – Fires broke out in the container storage area of ​​the Syrian port of Latakia following an Israeli missile attack, Syrian state media reported on Tuesday. The attack, the second in December, damaged the facades of a hospital, some apartment buildings and businesses “The Israeli ‘aggression’ …

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Attacks, media trials among new threats against justice: CJI NV Ramana

Calling attention to the growing number of attacks on the justice system, Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana on Sunday stressed the need for law enforcement to deal with them effectively. He made these remarks at the Fifth Endowment Conference of Late Sri Lavu Venkateswarlu. “In recent times, physical …

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Address by Ambassador Degnan to the media at the launch of the campaign against drinking and driving

Remarks by Ambassador Degnan to the media at the launch of the campaign against drinking and driving. Photo: MOIA Georgia Remarks by Ambassador Degnan to the media at the launch of the campaign against drinking and driving. Photo: MOIA Georgia Remarks by Ambassador Degnan to the media at the launch …

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