Monthly Archives: September 2006

Speaking of plagiarism…

…if someone copies someone else’s words, we call it plagiraism. However, if one network copies an idea for a program, we call it competition. And that is a nice segue into this story about television networks preparing to create game … Continue reading

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Nancy Grace…a plagiarist?

Does lifting 359 words from someone constitute plagiarism? Read the details here as you make up your mind.

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Anchors away?

One report suggests there are only three legitimate news anchors remaining on network TV. Who are they? Read more here.

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Is NPR wasting its $225M gift?

A Boston Globe columnist insists it could be doing more. Order up a burger and fries and read on.

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Plamegate…it’s origins

According to Slate.com, how about an on-the-record interview! Read more here.

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It’s not raining men…in television news

The story and additional details can be accessed here.

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Should ONLY medical doctors do health reports?

At the CBS Evening News, the answer could be “yes”. Or it could also be a result of who knows the anchor! Read more here.

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