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Maxim Behar: What will be the television of the future

Maxim Behar

Host: Television has a long history behind it. Maxim : It depends on the concept of television. Is it the screen that stands on the wall or stands opposite of you or is it the institution of television. The institution of television has two elements - one is technological, the other is content. Host: In time, yes.

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The Best Journalism Movies

Landis PR

Photo courtesy of Pixabay In honor of the 2023 Academy Awards, the Landis team couldn’t resist picking our favorite movies about journalism to be nominated for or win an Oscar. All the President’s Men (1976) 1977 Academy Award Winner I was in grade school on summer break in 1973, which is when the Watergate hearings were televised.


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International Conference Preview: Bob Woodward on the Importance of Investigative Journalism


For a reporter who’s made a career out of investigative journalism, it’s clear that Bob Woodward understands what makes a compelling narrative and how to get the “best obtainable version of the truth.”. Journalism is more cerebral than people believe,” he told PRsay via phone from Washington, D.C. Well, that’s not good.

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Journalism and News Trends for PR Pros


The revenue model for journalism is at best in flux, and at worst, in chaos. Serious journalism from unexpected sources. Vice magazine, originally a local magazine in Montreal and best-known for local coverage and shock journalism, grew into Vice Media. More data journalism.

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Super Bowl Ads draw attention even before the big game


As one of the biggest events in American, and as of late, global television, the Super Bowl is as well-known for the entertaining ad spots than they are for the game of football itself. Top publishers of this advertisement included The Daily Wire , Rumble , Western Journal , and Conservative Brief. million U.S. article interactions.

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In Memoriam: Joe S. Epley, APR, Fellow PRSA


he worked as a television news reporter and editor in Asheville and Charlotte before transitioning into a PR career. In recent years, he was a valued member of Special Forces Association Chapter 363 in Upstate South Carolina. A native of Forest City, N.C.,

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Six Tips on Building Positive Relationships With Journalists [Infographic]

Deirdre Breakenridge

I selected this topic because I am a Journalism major with five internships under my belt. Whether it is a newspaper, magazine, television channel, online publication, etc., Amanda Levenson is a senior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst pursuing a BA in Journalism and a minor in Political Science.