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Buck Ryan, director of the Citizen Kentucky Project of the Scripps Howard First Amendment Center at the University of Kentucky, USA, is creator of the Maestro Concept. He can be reached at buck.ryan@uky.edu.

Disillusioned Millennials Urge Journalism Reforms

Disillusioned millennials urge journalism reforms: Listen up to their 9-point manifesto.

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If Russia and China Could Vote, Look Out for President Trump

Russia—Question more. That’s the tagline for RT, originally Russia Today, the first 24-hour English-language news channel in Russia funded by the Kremlin.

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SERIES: Freedom of Expression | Finding China’s Voice (Part 2)

In this Special Series, ROOSTERGNN explores the state of Freedom of Expression around the world. Follow the complete series here.

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SERIE: Libertad de Expressión | Buscando la voz de China (Parte II)

ROOSTERGNN publica una Serie Especial dedicada a temas relacionados con la libertad de expresión que han ocurrido en todo el mundo.

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SERIE: Educación | La enseñanza del periodismo: un nuevo negocio también para Rusia y China

Bajo el lema “la educación es la clave”, ROOSTERGNN publica una Serie Especial dedicada exclusivamente a uno de los temas más importantes hoy en día: Educación.

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SERIES: Education | Journalism Education: A New Deal for Russia and China, too

Under the motto, “Education is the key,” ROOSTERGNN is publishing a Special Series dedicated exclusively to one of the most important topics defining our society of today: Education.

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New Year’s Resolutions: Think Again and Be Very Videolicious

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, U.S.A. A funny thing happened on my way to 2014, repeatedly. Last year I chatted with a Russian waiting for Godot; learned that Jesuits framed Confucius; pondered “where” I was wearing; saw young voters go big for Big Mike; discovered The Doctor; and heard a distinguished journalist use the word “Videolicious.” I saw […]

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National Security Breach: All Data, No Judgment

SHANGHAI, CHINA. NSA, PRISM, FISA: This alphabet soup of surveillance on the White House menu looks like a sinister stew. No wonder a horse named Palace Malice won the Belmont. Metaphors are as dangerous as turning over state secrets to a high school dropout IT guy, and when the news focuses on his girlfriend as […]

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National Security Breach: All Data, No Judgment

SHANGHAI, CHINA. NSA, PRISM, FISA: This alphabet soup of surveillance on the White House menu looks like a sinister stew. No wonder a horse named Palace Malice won the Belmont. Metaphors are as dangerous as turning over state secrets to a high school dropout IT guy, and when the news focuses on his girlfriend as […]

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