Colors Magazine unflinchingly contemplates the intersection of media, politics, social media and the people’s power in issue 86, now on the Ace shop, revealing the backstage of contemporary journalism. With stories on drone-wielding paparazzi, terrorist press releases and anti-mafia vigilante television anchors, Making the News explores how world events are selected, shaped, and sent to you in time for breakfast.
Here, a glimpse into stories on Mexican bloggers read closely by the FBI, handwritten post-tsunami Japanese newspapers scribed by glow of flashlight, guerilla social media lessons in Cairo, and head count differentials for Russian protests between mainstream media and independent journalists, plus a glimpse into Colors’ Yellow Pages. The lot of it makes for alarming, engaging, enraging and inspiring summer reading.

Colors Magazine unflinchingly contemplates the intersection of media, politics, social media and the people’s power in issue 86, now on the Ace shop, revealing the backstage of contemporary journalism. With stories on drone-wielding paparazzi, terrorist press releases and anti-mafia vigilante television anchors, Making the News explores how world events are selected, shaped, and sent to you in time for breakfast.

Here, a glimpse into stories on Mexican bloggers read closely by the FBI, handwritten post-tsunami Japanese newspapers scribed by glow of flashlight, guerilla social media lessons in Cairo, and head count differentials for Russian protests between mainstream media and independent journalists, plus a glimpse into Colors’ Yellow Pages. The lot of it makes for alarming, engaging, enraging and inspiring summer reading.


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