Monthly Archives: June 2007

The high school workshop, part 3

Except for tonight’s closing banquet and some farewells, the high school journalism workshop is over. Among the highlights… 1. These students are better educated journalists than they were before they got here, and I think they know it;2. A few … Continue reading

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The worldwide leader in sports is being sued

The reason? Here are the details. One side note: I once worked in the same newsroom — he in sports, me in news — with one of those named in the lawsuite, though it was more than 10 years ago.

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China wants to be better understood

And here’s what the leadership is prepared to do to ensure that happens.

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More signs of media problems in Russia

Here are the details.

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Here comes the "bias" charge again

Who’s making it? Against which news organization? And why? Read here for more.

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Soneone who is not ready to walk down the aisle…

…at least not with Rupert Murdoch. Here are additional details.

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And now a word from John Kerry

Huh? Only one word? Okay, you and I know that’s not possible…but the 2004 Democratic Party presidential candidate is weighing in on an important political discussion.

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