Accuracy in Media

China holds 2 Bloggers for Spreading Rumors

WASHINGTON — Under China’s new anti-rumor spreading laws, the communist Chinese government is holding two bloggers for violations of that law. Reuters reported that a cartoonist and a blogger are now in government custody for violating the online “rumor mongering” law. It is an attempt by the Chinese communist government to eliminate the spreading of […]

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Obama: I Only Like Bloggers Who Support Me!

WASHINGTON — As the Democrats and President Barack Obama pat themselves on the back for giving almost nothing to fund the federal government, the news media is praising Obama’s crackdown rhetoric on bloggers. Various news outlets reported on this part of Obama’s speech, after the partial government shutdown was officially ended Wednesday. The Washington Post […]

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Blogger Suing HuffPo Doesn’t Pay His Own Bloggers

Jonathan Tasini, the blogger who is suing the Huffington Post for not paying contributors to the site, follows the same model when it comes to his own site. According to Gawker, Tasini launched his Working Life blog in 2004 and encouraged readers to contribute with the possibility of being paid. Tasini’s blog, Working Life, was […]

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HuffPo Blogonomics

It was just a week ago when AOL stunned the media world by announcing a deal to purchase the left leaning website The Huffington Post for $315 million. Since that time, many of the unpaid bloggers have risen up in protest complaining that Arianna Huffington will profit from their work and that they deserve a […]

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October 2013

10/20/2013 - China holds 2 Bloggers for Spreading Rumors

10/18/2013 - Obama: I Only Like Bloggers Who Support Me!

April 2011

4/15/2011 - Blogger Suing HuffPo Doesn’t Pay His Own Bloggers

March 2011

3/15/2011 - Bloggers Briefing with Former Congressman Ernest Istook Jr. (R-OK)

3/5/2011 - Arianna Huffington Tells Bloggers: ‘Go Ahead and Strike’

February 2011

2/14/2011 - HuffPo Blogonomics