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In early April, a 10-month investigation by the Center for Media and Democracy provided the first nationwide look at the "epidemic" of fake news. The study found 77 television stations in markets of every size, including Jacksonville, aired pre-packaged, advertiser-subsidized PR materials, and passed them off as real news. Not only did the stations not disclose the source of the "news," they didn't even bother to verify whether the reports were accurate. Jane Akre looks inside the promotional machine. more
Northeast Florida artists: we’re looking to update our art boxes with your work. Send us your name, your idea for a box, and examples of your past work. Winners will have their … more
This feature was pulled from the Folio archives. It was originally published on December 9, 2003. Insomnia, crime, sex, and caffeine: The four food groups of after-hours life in Northeast Florida. … more
The past decade gave rise to platforms in which artists create and promote their work independently of labels and managers. Truth exists online for its own sake, with each of us as individuals … more
Von Barlow set the bar high for three generations of jazz musicians more
Guerrilla comedian Elvis Mujić tours for a cause more
Adam Levine departs the Cummer more
Strictly speaking, Joshua Bowlus is a local musician, and a very good one, but such phrasing is imprecise. He’s one in a long list of luminaries churned out by the UNF jazz program, which as a … more
Carlucci calls for Hughes resignation more
Pocket of Lollipops comes to Kona more
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