The awful weather this spring will have a big economic impact going forward, never mind the disruption of the lives for tens of millions of Flyoverites. (Best way to get an April snowstorm the national coverage it deserves? Have it happen over New York City or Washington, D.C. network studios). … [Read more...] about Raasch: If a governor falls in a Flyover State, is it national news?
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The newspaper didn't know about the letter ahead of time, said Julie Anderson, editor-in-chief of the Sun Sentinel who called it "very gratifying." She said the newspaper has entered the competition for journalism's top prize. The Pulitzers will be announced at Columbia University on April 15. … [Read more...] about Parents of 2 Parkland Shooting Victims Want Pulitzer for Local Paper
Centre for Child Rights, National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam invites submissions on issues of child rights for its 3rd edition of News Letter of Centre for Child Rights. ‘News Letter’ of Centre for Child Rights, till its last edition use to highlight the key activities undertaken by the Centre and write-ups on critical issues of child rights and child protection. … [Read more...] about Call for Papers: NLUJA, Assam; For Its 3rd Edition of News Letter of Centre For Child Rights
Nyhan was among the authors of a recent study for the Poynter Institute that found partisan divisions in the public’s attitudes toward the press. More Democrats now have more faith in the press, while Republicans have far more negative views and are “more likely to endorse extreme claims about media fabrication, to describe journalists as an enemy of the people, and to support restrictions on press freedom,” the study found. … [Read more...] about Mimicking Trump, local officials use ‘fake news’ as a weapon
Journal of Intellectual Property & Competition Law (JIPCL) is an independent quarterly law journal published under the aegis of Agradoot Web Technologies LLP. The journal seeks to publish articles and papers concerning Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law. Intellectual Property Law is at the center for innovation and economic growth/development of any country and it stabilizes and provides an effective incentive for inventors to promote and actively participate in economic development and nation-building through scientific contributions. Competition Law, often understood to be contrary to Intellectual Property over the issue of monopolies or as we may call them legal monopolistic trends of a possible abuse of fair competitive practices prevalent in the Free Market actually work in tandem with IP owing to the objectives that both laws seek to achieve viz. Free Market Prevalence, Consumer Protection, and Economic Development. … [Read more...] about Call for Papers: Journal of Intellectual Property & Competition Law Vol 1 Issue II (June 2018)