Monthly Archives: January 2007

When does a blog become a mainstream news source?

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Learning some of the tricks of the trade

Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post notes that in testifying in the Scooter Libby trial, former New York Times reporter Judith Miller revealed some journalism tricks. Can aspiring journalists learn anything from this?

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No "Fox" in the Obama house?

Is the presidential candidate refusing to deal with Fox News reporters? Read one thought here.

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Novak’s column "outing" Plame

For those who have not read it, this is the column in which Robert Novak outs Valerie Plame, identifying her as a CIA operative. Note that while Novak writes for the Chicago Sun-Times, this is the syndicated version that appeared … Continue reading

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Chicago TV appears to be doing…

…exactly what Pittsburgh TV did at this time one year ago — taking anything that can remotely resemble news from the Super Bowl and shoving into their newscasts. Oh, the other important stuff of the day? Wait, there is other … Continue reading

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YouTube is sharing the wealth…with YOU

Read more here.

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Maria Bartiromo…shame on you!

So say a group of business professors. What did she do…and why are they upset? Click here for the answer.

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