NiemanLab

Is “resistance journalism” about practices or power?

The editor of eCCO Magazine would like to draw readers’ attention to the article published by the Nieman Lab, by Joshua Benton. A new paper notes that discussions among reporters tend to focus on its “lack of verification” and “truth-bending.” But you can’t evaluate resistance without also looking at what it’s resisting.

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Boost Your Communication Efforts and Boost Production

Boost Your Communication Efforts and Boost Production

Communication is crucial in any workplace. But, if you own a small business that’s growing, you may find it difficult to keep up. Read on for a few tips on how to implement and improve your company’s communication plan. The Magazine of the Chief Communication Officers is pleased to present content that adds value to our […]

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Thomas Barat

“Only the truth, the full and unvarnished truth”

The Foreign Press asked Thomas Barat, Director of Ethics and Compliances of Association of Foreign Press Correspondents USA, and the Editor in Chief of the eCCO Magazine, about the ethics of journalism, the role of the correspondent. Thomas Barat summarized his answer as follows: “When you speak, what you say, should be always the truth, […]

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Golden Drum

Golden Drum proudly presents new sustainable trophies

The Golden Drum Festival, organized by the Slovenian Advertising Chamber, revamped its competition last year as the world was grappling with the pandemic, putting heart and soul into the vision of a sustainable future. A vital part of the festival’s commitment are the trophies – the most tangible messengers of the brand.

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CSR

JOIN THE CSR AWARENESS WEEK 2021! – JUNE 28 – JULY 4

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is becoming an integral part of doing business and can often be a competitive advantage. However, we have learned during our CSR event in April and also through a study ordered by the Embassy of Sweden, that external communication of the value and results of these type of cooperation and activities […]

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Institute for Dispute Resolution

Professor David Weiss Granted Faculty Knights Award

On May 24, the NJCU athletics department virtually hosted their annual Gothic Awards ceremony in which athletes are recognized for their hard work and success throughout the year. In addition to athletes, however, a handful of faculty members and students were given awards via the athletic department’s social media pages prior to the virtual event.

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Institute for Dispute Resolution

Mind Your Own Business course

The NJCU, Institute for Dispute Resolution has a program, named “Connecting Bridges and Borders”. Connection with this program the University has a course ” Mind Your Own Business”. As finals season approaches in the world of undergraduate studies, so do Professor Weiss’s unique opportunities for bright business students to showcase their strengths in a way […]

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Scandinavian Pandemic Response

The Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research published the invitation for the panel of the Crisis2021 Conference: On 5 March 2021 from 4-6pm (CET) the ECREA Crisis Communication Section will host the second in our Crisis2021 series focusing on a panel discussion of distinguished scholars from across Scandinavia exploring the comparisons and comparative outcomes […]

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