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What an “Active Shooter” Bulletin Should Look Like On News Outlets, and What It Does Look Like.

I’m gonna make this post real simple. What an active shooter bulletin should look like on informative news outlets: A suspect opened fire at (facility, event, etc.) in (town), (state) today at approximately (time). X human beings were struck. Their … Continue reading

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The Tale Of How Media Outlets Choose Their Stories

What’s the most important thing that happens in the course of a day? A man throws himself in the street to save a child from death by vehicle. Nope. On his death bed a dying man for the first time … Continue reading

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