Onscreen violence against women has made several otherwise compelling programs unwatchable.
Part one in a series on “The Wisconsin Discourses.”
While other countries are considering changes to adapt their media laws for convergence, Australia has been a world leader in commissioning major studies that address these challenges head on.
While it was perhaps inevitable that Sutter’s lack of a filter would result in his Twitter account becoming a liability, the rise and fall of “@sutterink” has more to do with public perceptions of Twitter than with his actual commentary.
As one of the first events of this magnitude that has taken place squarely within the Twitter era, Osama Bin Laden’s death reveals the challenge facing traditional media outlets when Twitter runs rampant with speculation (and real reporting).
As we enter the second week of protests, it seems a good time to look back and gain some perspective on the people, places and moments which have placed Wisconsin in the national and international spotlight.