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After tracking The New York Times for a semester, I have noticed that The Times does have many strengths and very little flaws. To reiterate what The New York Times functions as, it is “an American newspaper based in New York City with worldwide influence and readership. Founded in 1851, the paper has won 125… Continue reading The New York Times: A Conclusion
What do you notice about these four graphs? They seem to be color-coded maps of the United States but if you notice closely, they are maps of the most popular music-artists in society today. According to The New York Times, “These four graphs are from a group of fifty graphs of Billboard Top 100 artists… Continue reading Data Visualization: The New York Times
Breaking news has played a huge role in media for the longest time. Without news outlets covering breaking news, many people around the world would not know of monumental occurrences that happen in various places. Breaking news is defined as “a current issue that broadcasters feel warrants the interruption of scheduled programming and/or current news… Continue reading The Importance of Breaking News
On Tuesday, I was given the chance to film the Boston University Sailing Team, better known as the BUDS (Boston University Dinghy Sailor). There, I filled a typical practice day from the launch while interviewing several sailors about their passions for the sport. Sailinf requires a great deal of physicality as well as knowledge on… Continue reading The Boston University Sailing Team— A Morgan Cheung Production