Media Talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
11:48 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Views of the News: Rush, Maher, Money; Un-Friending Over Politics; KONY 2012, Olive Garden Columnist

Rush, Maher, Moral Equivalence & Money

David Serchuk, Forbes: "Congratulations!  You Just Made Rush Limbaugh Sympathetic!"

Melinda Henneberger, The Washington Post: "Whose war, and on which women?"

Keach Hagey, Politico: "David Axelrod bails on Bill Maher"

MJ Lee, Politico: "Rush Limbaugh: 'They thought I was finished'"

Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "After Apology, National Advertisers Are Still Shunning Limbaugh"

Facebook Friendships Don't Always Survive Political Differences

Pew Internet & American Life Project: "Social networking sites and politics"

Jeffrey Bloomer, Slate: "One in Five Drop Online Friends Over Political Posts"

Meenai Vamburkar, Mediaite: "Survey: Liberals More Likely To Block You Online For Posting Differing Opinions"

Trad Media Snipe at Most Viral Video

Noam Cohen, The New York Times: "A Video Campaign and the Power of Simplicity"

Todd Wasserman, Mashable: "'Kony 2012 Tops 100 Million Views, Becomes Most Viral Video in History"

Huffington Post: "Jon Stewart Mocks Media's Reaction to Kony 2012 Phenomenon"

Lessons From the 'Olive Garden' Columnist

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Marilyn Hagerty, Grand Forks Herald: "EATBEAT: Long-awaited Olive Garden receives warm welcome"

James R. Hagerty, The Wall Street Journal: "When Mom Goes Viral"

Thomas Rozwadowski, Green Bay Press-Gazette: "In defense of Marilyn Hagerty's small-town Olive Garden 'experience'"

SXSW Outrage -- Homeless Hotspots

Rob Waugh, London Daily Mail: "Homeless people turned into walking wi-fi hotspots at $2 per 15 minutes -- but it's causing an outcry on Twitter"

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