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Almost as many Americans are getting their news on the war in Ukraine from social media as they are from television networks.
The new data by the National Research Group showed that 58 per cent were learning about the conflict through social media while 65 per cent were educating themselves through TV.
The poll focussed on Americans between the ages of 13 to 54.
But looking globally, people between 18 to 24 receive news from social media at higher rates than from television with 67 per cent logging in online for their news.

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Just as Netflix recorded a slump in users weeks ago, it’s been the opposite for Disney.
The Walt Disney Company has reported another jump in sign-ups for its streaming services.
More than 9 million people subscribed to the firm’s online video platforms in the first three months of the year most of them to its flagship Disney+.
There’s also good news for the company’s entertainment parks with attendance also up.
Disney’s performance was under scrutiny after Netflix reported a fall in subscribers last month.
Netflix which was one of the first to enter the streaming space has been having a harder time signing up new members amid the cost of living.
As for Disney, the company has poured investment into its streaming services referring to them as key to the future of its business.

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The film’s cinematographer was killed and its director injured after actor Alex Baldwin fired a loaded prop gun.
Just last month, the New Mexico Environment Department slapped the film with its maximum fine on Rust Movie Productions for “serious and wilful” failures.
But the company says it “enforced all applicable safety protocols” and they didn’t ‘wilfully’ violate any safety protocol”.
Rust says it held safety meetings and there was such a meeting on the morning of the shooting that killed Halyna Hutchins.
Baldwin, a main film producer as well as its star, says he believed the gun did not contain live rounds and he did not pull the trigger, but that it fired when he cocked it during rehearsals.
The production company is also arguing that it was not responsible for supervising the film set.
Also adding that previous discharges of blank rounds on set had been “properly addressed”, including with safety briefings for cast and crew, and did not violate firearm safety protocols.

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The veteran Palestinian-American journalist was a household name throughout the Arab world.
Her primary responsibility has to cover the sufferings of Palestinians who have been living under Israeli rule.
In the footage, screams of “ambulance” can be heard, as one man tries to move Abu Akleh and others yell at him to move out of the sniper’s way.
The 51-year-old journalist was shot in the head as she was reporting on Israeli military raids in the city of Jenin.
Her field producer was also shot and remains in a stable condition.
Abu Akleh’s employer, Al Jazeera has since commented on the incident, describing her death as “blatant murder” by Israeli forces.
Eyewitnesses say the journalists were shot by Israeli troops and that there were no Palestinian militants anywhere near the journalists that would prompt such an attack.
Protestors have gathered on the streets to condemn the shooting.
Emotional footage shows the arrival of Abu Akleh’s body into Al Jazeera’s headquarters in Ramallah.
Israel’s military’s Chief of Staff says it’s not yet to determine which direction she was shot from, and has promised an investigation.
This follows previous comments from Prime Minister Naftali Bennett who claims “there is a significant possibility” she was shot by Palestinian crossfire.

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