...media, that is.
As we do mostly World Affairs here, both of these mentioned are related to that.
First, an example of the good a major network can do by sending (or allowing to go on their own) a well-known journalist (or reporter, or presenter) out to cover an out-of-way and frankly difficult story:
Greta Van Sustren in the Nuba Mountains. Lots of related posts up and down her 'blog.
h/t to CompHyp friend Adam Housley (who, like GVS, is at FOXNews)
Then, an absolutely wonderful telling of the good done by New Media assets... individuals or acting in concert... to help a cause succeed. 'Fighting Keyboardists' if you will, but not in model of the old (joking about) 'Chairborne Infantry'. Again, these are people who either got out there or got connected with those out there and provided invaluable information support:
People Power 2.0, How civilians helped win the Libyan information war.
Over the years we've seen some amazing individual efforts by 'bloggers working and communicating with efforts far from home to try and do some good. Jane Novak's awesome efforts about Yemen over the years come to mind (although she's been off-line this last month; hope she is well). The cooperation we got here at CompHyp from other folks during the Honduras autogolpe was another example.
With a bit of luck, we'll be doing more for the good, soon.