Author: Harman Singh

American media has had a long journey right from the first newspaper that was published in Boston, Massachusetts in 1690. Within the next 50 years, magazines also began to gain popularity in several major American cities. The concept of commercial radio burst on to the scene at the beginning of the 20th century and ended print media's monopoly in America. This gave audiences all over...

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With so much happening all around us it has become difficult to stay up to date with the news, especially as a student. From exams to writing papers, and maybe working an after-class job, students today are more preoccupied than ever before. Moreover, today’s news industry is faster than ever, with breaking updates on stories happening nearly every second. It seems that if you stop...

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The dawn of a new era of technology and hyper-connectivity has brought with it change. It is predicted that both national and international journalism is bound to reach a crisis point soon. The printed press is already in danger of extinction, while the internet keeps growing. Today, there’s an increasing number of online news media that offer unbiased latest news and live updates for readers....

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Like every other thing in today’s world, education too has been impacted by technology. As a result, a lot of innovative changes in teaching methodologies have been made at educational institutes. Universities are now using social media in the teaching and learning process to find new value for creating suitable learning among students. Students can exchange thoughts and knowledge with each other on social media,...

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Paintings have been evolving and getting more colourful. Experts suggest that paintings are more complex in terms of brightness and contrast as compared to the paintings from the Medieval period. As a part of a study conducted on paintings, the digital analysis of nearly 9,000 paintings spanning 10 historical periods (over 800 years), changes in artists’ pallets and signatures can be observed. Their development corresponds...

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Viral marketing or viral advertising is a business strategy that uses existing social networks to promote a product, service or cause. The idea is to create a strong feeling in the viewers, a feeling of shock, awe, happiness, anger or delight. It can vary from a special product offer to a controversial statement tied to a social movement. In general, viral content is eye-catching, creative,...

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We all love to watch spy movies or read spy novels but very few of us know what it takes to be one. It’s a job that requires a high degree of dedication, determination, and sacrifice. Nearly all intelligence agencies across the globe require their spies or ‘secret agents’ to lead a double life. It is of utmost importance for a spy to hide their...

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After the 2008 financial crisis, the government had to step in and bail out several companies to prevent the economy from crashing. However, in the opinion of most Americans, the situation worsened the following year. The stock market plummeted even further and this had investors panicking once again. Despite government programs, foreclosures kept rising. Further down in October, the unemployment rate rose to 10 per...

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The healthcare sector has made remarkable advances over the years, breakthrough technologies and treatment methods have emerged as a result. However, the packaging and delivery of the medical treatment may often turn out to be inefficient, ineffective, and far from being consumer-centric. From general medical errors to poor or no health insurance cover, the costs incurred account to about one-sixth of the U.S. gross domestic...

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