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Maxim Behar: Social media is the realm of free speech, which makes our world better

Maxim Behar

Twenty to twenty-five years ago, we fought for diversity of opinions on television and in newspapers. And I don't want to belittle the journalist profession - journalism is extremely responsible, influential, and highly qualified because it influences society. There is unlimited freedom. You, me, and many others own media.

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The Consequences of Misinformation

PRSay

As public-square speakers were eventually replaced by newspapers, and then radio and television, a set of journalistic ethics would lay the foundation for news gathering and reporting. Then came the internet and citizen journalism.

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Your client is accused of price gauging, now what? – Scott Brooks

Ethical Voices

I saw a column from Scott in a local newspaper and reached out to invite him to be a guest. He shares several ethics insights, including: Your client is accused of price gauging, now what? My background is in radio and television journalism. What is the most difficult ethical challenge you ever confronted at work?

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Maxim Behar on Bulgaria ONAIR - The Border Between Ethics, Morality and Scandal

Maxim Behar

You mentioned quality journalism and media here, but we often forget that there are more than 4 billion journalists in the world right now, and we all own media. We shouldn't differentiate between the newspaper, the radio, the television and the social media user who can post fake news or manipulate a photo or text or whatever.

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Prakky’s pick: Top sources of Australian media news

Prakkypedia

I thought it would be useful to share some sources of news on Australia’s journalism industry (in no particular order): The Australian – Media. Self-described as a “trade journal for the media covering newspapers, magazines, TV, digital, radio, outdoor advertising and entertainment media”. Media Week. Download This Show.

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What Lies Ahead for Public Relations in 2018?

PRSay

We’ve watched traditional media such as newspapers, magazines, radio and television decrease in importance thanks to Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and other social platforms. Artificial intelligence also has the potential to revolutionize journalism. The magic of AI will not be the only major change affecting the PR profession.

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Maxim Behar for “24 Chasa": "PR crisis management became routine"

Maxim Behar

The PR expert Maxim Behar shared his opinion for 24 Chasa newspaper about the rapidly changing communications and the application of modern media tools in business. In fact, I've been doing this for at least 40 years - first in journalism and then in business. 24.11.2020. And there is not much difference.