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Review Of Newspeak By Spinwatch

By David McQueen This may be the only review you will read of Edwards and Cromwell’s new book Newspeak in the 21st Century. Their last important challenge to the corporate media Guardians of Power(2006) was never mentioned, let
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Review By Organiser

Independent media is like the myth of ‘flat earth’ theory By Dr Vaidehi Nathan Newspeak in the 21st Century, David Edwards and David Cromwell, Pluto Press, Pp 299 (PB), price not mentioned WE have heard
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Review By ZNet

31 March 2010 Journalism’s Servility to Power By Tapani Lausti As the latest NATO “surge” in Afghanistan progresses with the inevitable “regrettable” civilian casualties, the BBC is there following uncritically the military operation. No one critical
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Review By The Brunei Times

by NATHANIEL MEHR SPECIAL TO THE BRUNEI TIMES LONDON DAVIDS Edwards and Cromwell are co-editors of Media Lens, an online journal dedicated to scrutinising mainstream media outlets and exposing bias and misinformation. Across the narrow
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Review By Giuseppe Pennisi

Reviewed by Giuseppe Pennisi Professor of Economics Università Europea di Roma Rome, Italy Does the crisis of the press in general and of the printed press in particular have as one of its determinants in
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Review By 3am Magazine

Attack of the Clones By Max Dunbar Newspeak in the 21st Century, David Edwards and David Cromwell, Pluto, 2009 There are now loads of popular internet sites purporting to expose the mendacity of the mainstream media
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Review By The Guardian

by Stephen Poole This book from the editors of the Medialens website is not really about “Newspeak”, but offers a miscellany of detailed criticism of mainstream reporting on issues such as the Iraq war, Israel/Palestine,
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Review By The Tribune

Through a lens darkly Newspeak is from the men behind media watchdog Media Lens. The book’s focus is primarily on the liberal arm of mainstream media, The Guardian, Independent, Channel 4 News and the BBC,