Quick Hit: Newseum

Anyone who is interested in seeing how the “top stories” are being covered around the nation and around the world, should check out Newseum. This site offers visitors the chance to peruse the front pages of nearly seven hundred newspapers. It’s very interesting to compare and contrast what makes for good news around the country. Newseum might be a good way for teachers and students to discuss bias, coverage, sensationalism, propaganda, and other issues related to journalism. Newseum is included in the “News” tab of this page because I think it is top site worthy of your time. The fact that they actually have an education/ events section means, they’re also thinking of you.

Thanks for stopping by and see you all tomorrow for a great Friday!

© 2008 henry toromoreno

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About htwilson

born in brooklyn, raised in queens, massachusetts, that's where I be.
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