The video was launched in line with the CSD’s ‘Responsible Media, Safe Child’ initiative. It targets journalists, parents, social media influences and the UAE community.
Can you imagine how many stories newspapers, social media, and other media portals publish every day? What about videos, tweets, social media posts, text messages, mobile applications chat and daily phone conversations online. How can we keep track of the amount of data that we produce every day? There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created
Elizabeth Warren wants to put CEOs in prison even when they have not committed a crime, and here is a kick in the face of half of what we stand for, although a matter of minute media concern. Reporters, of course, may get more interested if she decides they should be incarcerated for innocence.
Hardly a week goes by in Britain without the closure of a newspaper. Substantial areas of the population now have no form of local paper at all. The industry is suffering inexorable decline. London, the capital city, hub of the nation’s economy, and political and cultural life, is not immune. The Evening Standard was on the cusp of closure under its former owners,
Artificial Intelligence (AI) journalism, as I previously explained, concentrates on “a new media era combined with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) techniques to create new media tools, coin more influential media content, maintain the diversity of the audience and meet all of their ambitions, and make channels to exchange views and reactions interactively over 24-hours daily. With Artificial Intelligence journalism, the world will turn from a Small Village on a micro-screen.”
A Turkish convoy loaded with munitions crossed into northwest Syria on Monday, to help insurgents fighting a government advance in the town of Khan Sheikhoun, Syrian state media said.
Roula Khalaf will become the first woman to edit the Financial Times (FT) in its 131-year history after Lionel Barber, Britain’s most senior financial journalist, said he would step down.
The world is facing fundamental changes every day in technology, economic, geopolitical and humanity levels too.
The decision includes the temporary suspension of all Abu Dhabi Media publications, including Arabic daily Al Ittihad newspaper, Zahrat Al Khaleej magazine, Majid magazine, and National Geographic Abu Dhabi.
The foreign ministry said American citizens working for "The New York Times", "The Wall Street Journal" and The "Washington Post" with credentials expiring before the end of the year must surrender their press cards within 10 days.