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Our tears well unexpectedly as we watch heart rending scenes of the few pulled from crumpled buildings, says Sande Ramage. But is this heavily mediated emotion thwarting honest reflection about our real responsibilities?
Citizen-based media is revolutionising the way we see, understand and respond to tragedies like that unfolding in post-earthquake Haiti. And not just in terms of speed.
More than 1,000 communications professionals from different faiths, different countries, and different areas of faith communication will gather from 7-10 April 2010 in Chicago, USA.
Is an online alternate life for real, and how does it relate to the life of faith? Religious communicators plan to discuss and explore the latest web phenomenon at a gathering in Chicago next year.
Not for the first time, the Daily Mail has got rather confused about Christian values.
A major gathering on religion and the media - aimed at journalists, press associations, faith representatives and academics - takes place in Windsor this weekend.
Having been a big fan of the Greenbelt festival for years, I'm delighted to be speaking there for the first time at 2.00pm this Saturday.
Democratic change and civil liberties, with a local, legal and non-party twist, is the focus of a new politics podcasting and newsletter initiative.
Some Church of England leaders are complaining that others are stealing their opinion space in the media, says Jonathan Bartley. The answer is to act with integrity, rather than to demand attention.
Ekklesia has contributed to a forthcoming book on the Christian Peacemaker Teams Iraq hostage crisis and its ramifications.