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Post by Gargantua on Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:54 pm

https://www.sendspace.com/file/ekoua5

https://fs13n1.sendspace.com/dl/0b41ca57c88790c972a5bb5df17f59b4/59ff7a735f82c552/ekoua5/NAME%C5%A0TENA%20Insajder%20debata_%20Vu%C4%8Di%C4%87%2C%20Brankica%20i%2042%20miliona%20dinara%20%28468p_25fps_H264-128kbit_AAC%29.mp4
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Post by xie saike on Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:56 pm

fala ti, prvo mi se nakacio neki exe fajl pomocu kojeg ce brankica da provali ko sam pa da me tuzi


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Post by xie saike on Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:46 am

evo neki novinari misle da na vucica treba udariti indeks pozoristem njegovog doba 

http://www.znastizasto.com/debata-u-svinjcu-da-li-je-krmak-pobedio/



Intervju sa Predsednikom, dakle, nadalje moraju da obavljaju isključivo humoristi, satiričari i slični, mimo svake novinarske ili protokolarne norme. Recimo, da Predsednik sat i po vremena provede sa ekipom „Državnog posla“, da sede razbaškareni u kafani, pa da ga Dime, Nikola i Ćira, u karakterima koje glume jakako, propitaju kako funkcioniše država, kako se živi, da li je partija majka, a on bog, otac i batina svih nas.
Šta mislite, koliko bi sekundi prošlo do prvog “Evo, usraću se!” ili “Šta ti dečko radiš…”?
To bi razumeo svaki njegov glasač i neglasač, a nemojte misliti da bih tzv. opoziciju poštedeo ovakve vrste javnog razgovora o svima nama i našim prioritetima. Tu ne bi bilo vrdanja, laganja i grbavljenja, odnosno takvi bi pokušaji neslavno propali jer bi to bio dribling duha na malom prostoru, gde je Predsednik užasno tanak, a ni tzv. opozicija nije mnogo bolja.

tezak fejl naravno


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Post by plachkica on Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:35 pm

Stojim uz Vranjske‏ @V_Obradovic 2m2 minutes ago
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Veceras ukraden laptop i dokumentacija iz gepeka automobila #Vuk_Cvijic, parkiranog ispred zgrade @Blic_online.
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Post by beatakeshi on Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:27 pm

Priča se da je vrlo blizu ukidanje štampanog "Blica".
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Post by ficfiric on Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:41 pm

Brankica najavljuje tuzbe protiv onih tviterasa koji su radili fotomontaze


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Post by beatakeshi on Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:52 pm

Ona je priglupa i ne trudi se da to sakrije.
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Post by ficfiric on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:03 pm

Evo i na yt https://youtu.be/Sdcg0G7H7EA?t=28m00s

Tuzice one koji su uvukli njeno dete u pricu (?), napravili fotomontazu gde je pisalo "da ja jesam clan sns ali to nema veze sa debatom" i one koji su, pozivajuci se na pouzdane izvore, tvrdili da je intervju namesten



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Post by plachkica on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:06 pm

je l se zajebava? ipak je to emisija koja bi htela biti duhovita, a ne ide ni brankici ni emisiji?
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Post by ficfiric on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:09 pm

Nemam utisak da se zeza


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Post by William Murderface on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:21 pm

Sramno.


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Post by ficfiric on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:25 pm

Ali ovo "uvlacenje deteta" - cista vucicevstina. Kakvo dete? Ko je pominjao bilo kakvo dete?


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Post by William Murderface on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:26 pm

Udarili na porodicu


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Post by plachkica on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:32 pm

ma bilo je lupetanja ispredsamoposluških, baš lupetanja, ali ništa za tužbu.
bilo bi carski da brankica pokrene seču tviteraška.
nekako simbolično.
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Post by William Murderface on Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:34 pm

Jbt, svaka javna licnost ima takva iskustva. Sram je bre bilo.


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Post by Quincy Endicott on Sat Nov 11, 2017 1:05 am

Meni samo nije jasno čemu se čudite od jednog Bebinog agenta.


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Post by Gargantua on Thu Nov 16, 2017 9:18 pm

Hey, Mark Zuckerberg: My Democracy Isn’t Your Laboratory
[size=9]By STEVAN DOJCINOVIC
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[size=9]NOV. 15, 2017
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BELGRADE, Serbia — My country, Serbia, has become an unwilling laboratory for Facebook’s experiments on user behavior — and the independent, nonprofit investigative journalism organization where I am the editor in chief is one of the unfortunate lab rats.

Last month, I noticed that our stories had stopped appearing on Facebook as usual. I was stunned. Our largest single source of traffic, accounting for more than half of our monthly page views, had been crippled.

Surely, I thought, it was a glitch. It wasn’t.

Facebook had made a small but devastating change. Posts made by “pages” — including those of organizations like mine — had been removed from the regular News Feed, the default screen users see when they log on to the social media site. They were now segregated into a separate section called Explore Feed that users have to select before they can see our stories. (Unsurprisingly, this didn’t apply to paid posts.)

It wasn’t just in Serbia that Facebook decided to try this experiment with keeping pages off the News Feed. Other small countries that seldom appear in Western headlines — Guatemala, Slovakia, Bolivia and Cambodia — were also chosen by Facebook for the trial.

Some tech sites have reported that this feature might eventually be rolled out to Facebook users in the rest of the world, too. But of course no one really has any way of knowing what the social media company is up to. And we don’t have any way to hold it accountable, either, aside from calling it out publicly. Maybe that’s why it has chosen to experiment with this new feature in small countries far removed from the concerns of most Americans.

But for us, changes like this can be disastrous. Attracting viewers to a story relies, above all, on making the process as simple as possible. Even one extra click can make a world of difference. This is an existential threat, not only to my organization and others like it but also to the ability of citizens in all of the countries subject to Facebook’s experimentation to discover the truth about their societies and their leaders.

Serbia is a perfect example of why the political context of Facebook’s experimentation matters. Serbia escaped the dictatorship of Slobodan Milosevic in 2000, but it hasn’t developed into a fully functioning democracy. One party, led by President Aleksandar Vucic, controls not only the Parliament but also the whole political system. Our country has no tradition of checks and balances. Mr. Vucic now presents himself as progressive and pro-European, but as minister of information in the Milosevic government, he was responsible for censoring news coverage.


Today, censorship in Serbia takes a softer form. Pliant outlets loyal to the government receive preferential treatment and better funding from local and central budgets. Those that stray out of line find themselves receiving unexpected visits from the tax inspectors.

This isn’t an easy place to be an independent journalist. Since 2015, my investigative nonprofit, KRIK, has covered stories the mainstream media won’t touch. In return, we have been spied on and threatened, and have had lurid fabrications about our private lives splashed on the front page of national tabloids.

Last year, KRIK published an investigation showing that when he was a young surgeon, Zlatibor Loncar, who is now minister of health, had been contracted by a gang to kill one of its enemies, according to court testimony by protected witnesses. You’d think the story of a future minister administering poison through an IV would make a splash — but the mainstream outlets ignored it.

Going to KRIK’s website is the only way Serbian citizens could learn the truth about that story and many others like it. And until last month, most of our readers went to our site via Facebook.

Facebook allowed us to bypass mainstream channels and bring our stories to hundreds of thousands of readers. But now, even as the social network claims to be cracking down on “fake news,” it is on the verge of ruining us.

That’s why Mark Zuckerberg’s arbitrary experiments are so dangerous. The major TV channels, mainstream newspapers and organized-crime-run outlets will have no trouble buying Facebook ads or finding other ways to reach their audiences. It’s small, alternative organizations like mine that will suffer.
We journalists bear some responsibility for this, too. Using Facebook to reach our readers has always been convenient, so we invested time and effort in building our presence there, helping it become the monster it is today.

But what’s done is done — a private company, accountable to no one, has taken over the world’s media ecosystem. It is now responsible for what happens there. By picking small countries with shaky democratic institutions to be experimental subjects, it is showing a cynical lack of concern for how its decisions affect the most vulnerable.


Now that we’ve seen what Facebook does with its power, we have to figure out how to put it in check. Twitter is Serbia’s second-most-used platform (though a very distant second). We’ll probably start relying on it more. It may also be time to consider other, more decentralized platforms.

I’ve always been attracted to alternative scenes. In the 1990s, I ran a small, independent punk magazine. Now, as an investigative editor and reporter, I want to get at the stories the big, timid outlets won’t cover. In a country like Serbia, independent sites like mine, and the few others that survive, are the only places people can learn the truth.

Facebook could be a tool for such alternative spaces to thrive. Instead — at least in Serbia — it risks becoming just another playground for the powerful.


https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/15/opinion/serbia-facebook-explore-feed.html
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Post by William Murderface on Thu Nov 16, 2017 11:04 pm

Odlican.


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Post by ana4 on Thu Nov 16, 2017 11:59 pm

Tamara Skrozza piše Johanesu Hanu
Stevan Dojcinovic pise Marku Cukerbergu
Sta je sledece
Aleksej Kisjuhas pise Teriju Igltonu ))))
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Post by Quincy Endicott on Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:00 am

Goran Kozić piše Havijeru Solani?

wait...


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Post by ficfiric on Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:54 pm

Novinari napustili skup dok je govorio Vučić

Desetak novinara nekoliko redakcija iz protesta su napustili regionalni medijski skup u Beogradu, tokom govora predsednika Vlade Srbije Aleksandra Vučića.

Skup su napustili novinari Centra za istraživackco novinarstvo Srbije (CINS), KRIK-a, BIRN-a, Centra za istraživačko novinarstvo iz Crne Gore i Magločistača iz Subotice, kao i još pojedine kolege.

Direktor CINS-a Branko Čečen rekao je da se odlučio na taj korak jer je Vučić propustio priliku da započne pravi dijalog sa medijima i sa novinarima, dok su se , kako kaže, njegovi saradnici koji su se još gore ponašali prema novinarskoj profesiji.

"Za mene bi bilo lično ponižavajuće da sedim na ovoj konferenciji i da sa čovekom koji je pokazao da mu ni malo nije stalo do slobode medija, razgovaram o slobodi medija. Još mi je manje stalo do toga da slušam od njega o kvalitetu medija i o kvalitetu novinarskog rada u ovoj zemlji. Niti je stručan za to, niti je posle svega što je radio u tom pogledu čovek koji ima pravo da o tome govori", rekao je Čečen.

Posle Vučićevog obraćanja, generalni sekretar medijske organizacije SEEMO Oliver Vujović saopštio je prisutnima da će Vučić odgovarati samo na pitanja stranih novinara.

Predsednik Nezavisnog društva novinara Vojvodine (NDNV) Nedim Sejdinović otkazao je danas iz protesta učešće na regionalnoj medijskoj konferenciji u Beogradu i naveo da to čini jer je najavljeno da će je otvoriti predsednik Vlade Srbije Aleksandar Vučić, za koga je rekao da je "provereni neprijatelj medijskih sloboda".

"Medijski skup koji otvara Aleksandar Vučić, provereni neprijatelj medijskih sloboda, za mene ne samo da nije relevantan nego ga smatram šamarom svim onim novinarima koji su žrtve političkog nasilja vlasti koje on personifikuje", naveo je Sejdinović u otvorenom pismu upućenom generalnom sekretaru SEEMO Oliveru Vujoviću.


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Post by ficfiric on Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:58 pm

Ne vidim da je pominjano https://www.raskrikavanje.rs/index.php


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Post by Filipenko on Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:01 pm

Nemački šljam zaista nema granice. Tabloidni dnevnik "Blic" ima tekst o tome kako diktatori sami sebe ruše, i onda koriste Janukoviča kao primer   Oholost bez ikakvog ustezanja. Danas o tome, sutra će ići tekstovi "Top 5 jevrejskih grešaka koje su se u WW2 pokazale kobnim" i "Mislite da je nemačka okupaciona uprava bila nefer u Srbiji? NIJE, A EVO I DOKAZA".
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Post by Gargantua on Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:45 am

#Odgovor @OdgovorST
Stara knjiga, nov list! Nova debatna emisija @SuzanaTrninic #Odgovor na Prva TV, premijerno u nedelju u 14 časova.
Pridružite nam se dok zajedno pokušavamo da na bezbroj pitanja pronađemo #Odgovor! https://t.co/oBGITsUSFT
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Da pokušamo da napravimo dijalog o svim temama važnim za ovo društvo - od vakcinacije do promene Ustava, ali da priliku dobiju kompetentni - a ne partijski ljudi. Da tražimo I odgovore I odgovornost, bez senzacija, samo novinarski. Goste pitamo ja I kolege studenti.

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