Friday, January 26, 2018

The Sights and Sounds of the 2018 Georgia March For Life Demonstration

Uncommon Journalism speaks with anti-abortion proponents at Atlanta's largest pro-life demonstration of the year. How do they respond to accusations the movement is anti-women, and how do they feel about the prospects of abortion law reversals under the Trump Administration?

More than 1,000 demonstrators turned out for the 2018 Georgia March For Life in Atlanta. And they had plenty to say about what they believe are media-propagated misconceptions and allegations their cause is intrinsically misogynistic.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

The Sights and Sounds of the 2018 NCAA Football National Championship

Reliving the splendor and the sorrow of an all-SEC national title game, smack dab in the heart of college football country.

The 2018 NCAA National Championship had it all: thrills, chills, spills and one of the most unforgettable endings in the history of college football. And if you thought the game was thrilling on TV, you should've seen what it was like being there live as it happened.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Courting Controversy: An Interview with One of Ireland's Most Infamous Escorts

Who is the woman behind the viral GAA sex scandal video? 'Fifi' bares all in this exclusive Uncommon Journalism interview.
THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR: 'Fifi' became an overnight sensation when footage of her performing a raunchy act at a Gaelic Athletics Association celebration went viral. In an exclusive interview with Uncommon Journalism, she tells a different story than what many publications in Ireland have reported - and admits that the Ballyragget incident was her first time engaging in prostitution.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

An Indie Game Designer Survivial Guide

Uncommon Journalism speaks with two software developers about the trials and tribulations of making - and monetizing - independently-produced video games in the iPhone era.

THE NEW GATEKEEPER Steam, the world's largest PC gaming digital distribution platform, is praised for allowing indie developers an opportunity to market their software - and condemned for its laissez-faire approach to quality control and lack of support for up-and-coming developers and publishers.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

A Video Game Valhalla (With No Quarters Necessary)

Uncommon Journalism speaks with the co-founder of Atlanta's Southern-Fried Gameroom Expo about the appeal of retro gaming to old school hobbyists and iPhone-weaned youngsters alike.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Is Superhero Media Making Kids More Aggressive?

Brigham Young University researchers recently studied children weaned on a steady diet of Batman, Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk - and all that exposure to superhero media may be influencing kids to act anything but heroic around their peers.
BAD ROLE MODELS? The results of a recent Brigham Young University study suggests prekindergarten children exposed to a heavy dose of superhero media may be more likely to engage in aggressive - and decisively unheroic - behavior with their peers. (Photo Credit James Swift)

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Welcome To The Next Level

Texan gamer Dylan Cornelius has embarked upon quite possibly the most ambitious fan project ever - a decade long quest to play and review every game ever released on a Sega console.

VIRTUAL INSANITY: Dylan Cornelius, 31, is the mastermind behind Sega Does - an ambitious web project that seeks to review every piece of software ever released on Sega hardware. (Photograph courtesy Dylan Cornelius.)