vs Online Newspapers vs websites vs social media,
YouTube et al, by Greg Tingle
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Age The Sydney
Morning Herald The
Australian The Australian
New York Times
the news. Watching the news. Real news vs Fake news.
Television vs YouTube Channels.
for entertainment. News for education.
in the news.
business of news is a minefield these days.
you didn't already know it, we are living in an age
when news (hopefully real), as opposed to fake, can
travel around the globe at the click of a button these
man and his dog might like to think themselves a journalist.
An digital influencer. A photography. Yes, citizen
journalism is a thing.
your anything like the crew at Media Man Int and Media
Man Australia, we like to secure our news from a number
of sources. From street level, CEO's, coffee shops,
AGMs, company leaks, confirm stories as we go et al.
you have the niche news sector: Sports news: i.e:
MMA (UFC), Sports Entertainment aka Professional Wrestling
(WWE, Impact Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling)
News: Southern Courier, Wentworth Courier, The Manly
Daily, Inner West Weekly...
Channel 31 aka Channel 58 and TVS Television Sydney
News: CoastalWatch, Swellnet, WSL...
news: Australian Geography, National Geographic
news ...is that the term these days? Green Left Weekly
News: Crickey, Online Opinion
News: Marketing Magazine, B&T, AdNews Australia,
Campaign Brief, BrandChannel
news: Greun (formally knows as The Gruen Factor)
media, marketing and media campaigns the way to go,
says Media Man agency
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