Archive for the ‘Art & Faith’ Category
The independent online religion news magazine, A Journey through NYC religions, was launched in 2010.
Listicles, memes, and photo lists fueled new startups’ ascent to the most viewed entertainment and news providers.
The 21st Century brought the rise of websites gushing with digital creations connected by fast, big rivers of data made possible by broadband networks, faster computers and more storage space.
Christmas Tree Lighting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Featuring Neapolitan Baroque Creche and music by The Young People’s Chorus of New York City
Complexity and contradiction in the art of religion news
The era of plain text
News media innovations arose with the vast movement of people and ideas into late 19th Century New York City.
More than anything else, New York City contains religious mysteries.
The reign of “objective news” was gradually supplanted by the reign of screaming headlines and sob-provoking stories.