Keep Up With Latest Art News and TV News Via Internet

Arts, culture and broadcasting are in a world of their when it comes to news. They are vibrant, dynamic and ever evolving that sometimes keeping up to speed with the latest news and events is hard.

Each and every day, there are new concerts, performances, exhibitions, talents being discovered, scandals and success stories to follow up on. All of these spring up at very short notices such that you could end up missing out if you take your eye off the ball. The main questions remains, “how do we ensure that art lovers stay connected with what’s going on amidst the thriving art and TV industry?”

The simplest way to keep up with the latest news is to turn on your computer, laptop, iPad or any other device/gadget and get online. The internet provides unparalleled advantages some of which could be hooking you up with the latest in showbiz and the like schnauzers for adoption. There is a wide variety of resources on the internet which arts and TV enthusiasts wishing to stay informed on what’s happening in this industry can use.

The internet is an amazing tool which has provided users with so much seamless possibilities, some beyond our imaginations. It has revolutionized the art news and TV news industry to become the first call for artists who are looking to promote their events and products be it songs, videos or rare interviews. Similarly, it is the first destination by fanatics looking to keep themselves updated on any developments whatsoever. It is the best way that such fans can keep their fingers on the pulse at all times.

There are numerous websites, blogs and web pages which have come up. They provide news and updates on events and special calendars to ensure that ardent fans can be in touch with those things that interest them most. The sites have diverse sign ups ranging from daily, weekly or monthly newsletters which provide clues on the next concert, exhibition or even exclusive deals. The same applies to the TV sector. With thousands of TV stations globally, which one do you watch and which do you live out. The internet offers a much easier choice when it comes to such dilemma. From local to international news, you can be able access all these news at the click of a button.

In addition, there are also other strategies linked to the internet through which you can be able to lay your hands on the latest news release. There are sites which give individuals the opportunity to sign up for text messages which update on any arts or TV news. Social media networks also grant news enthusiasts an impeccable platform to track all the latest news. There are also other tools such as the Podcast which take this access to a new height. They not only give the latest art news and TV news but also allow users to download what they think is important to them.

On November 1, 2013 there was a tragic shooting in terminal three at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) where a TSA agent was shot and killed. It must have happened around nine or 10 AM in the morning, because that’s when the first news alerts came out. It was amazing how many conflicting reports there were. One said that the gunman was shot and killed, another said he was put on a gurney and taken into custody. The number of people shot was also inaccurate.

In previous times it has been said that the first reports coming out of any sort of major news event were generally the correct ones, whereas those that followed later were attempts to cover-up the story, or meld the story to some political agenda. Today so much information comes out so quickly, and so many people are trying to get their 15 minutes of fame, that often they tweet and put out nonsense, and even the eyewitness reports are conflicting.

Therefore one has to ask; who can you believe? Should you believe the tweets from individual eyewitnesses, breaking news alerts, or the official storyline of the agency, or some government official?

Fewer and fewer people today trust the government, and they don’t much believe anything that anyone from any agency ever says, and they especially don’t trust politicians. Yes, I understand is for good reason, but then again who can you trust? If the media is busy with their agenda whether it is a left-leaning news station, or a right-leaning one, then surely the news is jaded? Should we then turn to the original tweets by individual citizens at the event? What if there is a conflict?

What if there is someone behind the curtain trying to change the narrative? That is been known to happen too, for instance during the Arab spring.

There was an interesting post on the Strafor Intelligence blog on Halloween 2013 titled; “Analyzing Breaking Events,” by Scott Stewart which took a look back at news stories, breaking news stories, and reality based intelligence. He mentions The Donnelly Principle; the first story is not the true story, or the whole story. Well, I wonder if that principle is still valid today, let me explain.

 

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