US Media

Oh Dear, CNN. Just: Oh Dear.

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 15.04.2014 | UK Comedy

Oh dear, CNN. Just: Oh dear. This may be the most offensive American coverage of events in another country since CBS used Toto's 'Africa' for Nelso...

WATCH: Jon Stewart Vs The US Media Vs Vladimir Putin

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 12.03.2014 | UK Comedy

In this clip from 'The Daily Show' (airing at midnight tonight on Comedy Central Extra), Jon Stewart is surprised by America's tactics when it comes t...

TV Presenter Resigns Over Sarah Palin Remarks

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK

Martin Bashir has resigned from his role at US network MSNBC, following comments he made about Sarah Palin, which suggested someone should defecate in...

Stop Guessing About Bezos - Start Strategizing

Andy Law | Posted 07.10.2013 | UK
Andy Law

Give the Washington Post away to every one of those customers who, every day, is expecting a delivery of something from Amazon. Start with .com and then expand it to become a global newspaper.

Is Newsporn the Next Trend?

Bonnie Greer | Posted 21.06.2013 | UK
Bonnie Greer

I was abroad last week (not in the US) where the only thing that I could watch for rolling news was CNN. Well, it looks like I'm part of what has to be the legions of people asking: "What the hell has happened to CNN?"

How We All Became Alex Jones

Hussein Kesvani | Posted 18.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Hussein Kesvani

Over the past few days, a video showing the Infowars.com host, Alex Jones' tirade against CNN anchor Piers Morgan has become a viral sensation. Within the space of 15 minutes, Jones not only declared Morgan as a "hatchet man of the new world order" but also might threatened war on the Obama administration if any action to forcibly seize guns took place.

School Shootings: It's Time the Media Admit They Are a Big Part of the Problem

Richard Gizbert | Posted 16.02.2013 | UK Politics
Richard Gizbert

Americans have always had guns. Something else has changed in the social equation. I believe it has to do with the need to be famous, the willingness of some sick people to go to the most horrific lengths to achieve that, and the role the media play.

A Moment of Clarity

Charlotte Lytton | Posted 20.01.2013 | UK Politics
Charlotte Lytton

Just as the reams of fervent pieces I read in the British media supporting Palestine make wholly worthwhile points, so too does the American press make the same justifications for the opposing side, and perhaps a wider cross referencing of reading on the matter might encourage people to look at the situation anew.

Media Mission Across America, Part 2

Maan Al-Majali | Posted 02.05.2012 | UK
Maan Al-Majali

Week one in the International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP) on Media Literacy trip to the US has concluded. What can I say? The whole experience has by far lived up to its high standards promised and beyond.