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VIDEO AD FOR NEWSPAPER PROBES DEATH OF BIG, BAD WOLF

March 12, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

A two-minute ad for Britain’s Guardian newspaper indicates how investigative journalists of today might have uncovered the true facts behind the “three little pigs” case to show that the big, bad wolf was actually framed and murdered. The ad describes the many ways a newspaper, by employing all of the Internet’s resources, including social media, […]

JOLIE RECEIVING DEATH THREATS

February 16, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Angelina Jolie and members of the cast of In the Land of Blood and Honey have received death threats after the film premiered in Sarajevo on Tuesday, Jolie has told Britain’s Guardian newspaper. “There were things sent to me, there were things posted online,” Jolie told the newspaper after the Sarajevo screening. A member of […]

STUDIOS NOW PROMOTING THEIR TRAILERS, SIGNS

April 28, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Talk about buzzkill! Britain’s Guardian newspaper has lampooned the current marketing campaign for Friday’s release of The Avengers. It notes that the studio has been stridently promoting its own promo for the movie — a poster. “It is, without question, the most exciting picture of four empty chairs that the world has ever seen,” the […]

WIKILEAKS FOUNDER SAYS HE’S HOLDING MURDOCH FILES AS “INSURANCE”

January 13, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

Wikileaks head leaker Julian Assange said Wednesday that he has withheld release of a stack of presumably damaging files about Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation as “insurance … if something happens to me or to WikiLeaks.” He also said that he has withheld more than 500 secret U.S. diplomatic cables concerning one unnamed broadcasting organization. […]

LITTLE LIGHT SHED ON JOURNALIST KILLINGS IN IRAQ

October 25, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

The war logs released by WikiLeaks on Friday shed little additional light on the deaths of journalists killed by the U.S. military during the Iraq War. Britain’s Guardian newspaper, which was given prior access to the documents, reported that they show that reporter Asaad Kadhim, who worked for the U.S. funded TV station al-Iraqiya, and […]

EDITOR TELLS SCOTLAND YARD TO DO ITS OWN JOB IN HACKERGATE CASE

October 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Britain’s Metropolitan Police — Scotland Yard — which has come under increasing criticism for its handling of allegations that reporters working for the Rupert Murdoch tabloid News of the World had intercepted voice mail messages of politicians and celebrities, has asked one of its chief critics, the Guardian newspaper, for any information it has about […]