Monthly Archives: April 2008

A prominent journalism school dean admits…

…he made a mistake. Funny, there are no anonymous sources in this story! Advertisements

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New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith…

…deserves a huge KUDOS for this. Let’s hope his idea blossoms.

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Meeting? There’s no meeting…

…until those merger talks are finalized (or, we can hope, shot down).

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42 percent of the world’s people live in countries without…

…here’s the answer.

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There’s certainly no "cold" front here…

…check out which leading news groups (or let’s be more blunt — major corporations with a news division) are lining up to purchase The Weather Channel.

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A new international perspective on news?

This is an ambitious idea being proposed by two public television stations. On the surface, I like the concept…but I wonder how wise it is to get rid of what very well might be the preeminent international news agency today. … Continue reading

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China jails 30…

…for their roles in the Tibet riots from last month.

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