Sunday, February 23, 2014

How Big Name Ad Support is Fueling Online Piracy Profits

According to a new report, sites specializing in illegal content distribution are generating astounding ad revenues, with many brand name advertisers cropping up on Torrent portal sites and DDL indexes. Uncommon Journalism speaks with several experts and analysts about how primary brand advertising has turned online content theft into big business, and what possible legal ramifications may await advertisers themselves. 

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Frostbitten, Twice Shy

Georgia was better prepared for second slate of abnormally intense winter weather, but residents still say the state has much to improve regarding emergency preparedness and responses.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Unforeseen Consequences?

A component of Georgia’s recently retooled juvenile code has some in the state  concerned. Will HB 242 provisions place additional stress on Georgia’s foster care system?

Sunday, February 2, 2014

How Can After School Programs Complement Common Core?

Across the nation, extracurricular programming seeks to better prepare youth for tougher testing. Uncommon Journalism takes a look at three innovative out-of-school time operations that are prepping students for more rigorous requirements.