Monthly Archives: May 2006

The private lives of politicians

The National Journal’s Chuck Todd asks if the media have crossed a line in their reporting of politicians. Advertisements

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Kimberly Dozier, day 3

A series of stories is available at CBSNews.com. The wounded CBS News reporter is responsive, but her recovery will be very lengthy.

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No more tomorrows at Today

Katie Couric says goodbye. I likely will add additional links to this posting.

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Kimberly Dozier update

CBS News reporter is in Germany, where her recovery continues. Details here from CBS News.

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2 CBS journalists killed, 1 injured in Iraq

Full details available through CNN (its account here) and other news organizations.

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An important lesson for young television journalists

The next time (which very well might be the first time for younger journalists) that a news operation asks you to sign a non-compete clause, consider this

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The London Times is crossing the pond

Read about it here, courtesy of Business Week. (Kind of a shame you can only be in the New York metro area to get a hard copy.)

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