YouTube enables new forms of expression, and the Rap News is a cogent example. I've watched a few episodes in the past and you don't have to like the genre of music to appreciate the talent, and indeed, acute political awareness that informs these productions. This recent one on Wikileaks is a case in point … Continue reading Satire, Rap and Wikileaks?
In a recent post here I noted that, In light of a Government unable and unwilling to investigate violence against journalists and independent media, satire is one way in which violent events, processes and individuals can be held up for public scrutiny more frequently. Banyan News Reporters on Groundviews has taken off quite well and … Continue reading Citizen journalist satire through Banyan News Reporters