Kind of Confidential With federal judges rejecting reportersï¿½ promises to keep silent about conversations with confidential sources, news organizations are warning sources that pledges of anonymity arenï¿½t absolute. Just what does confidentiality mean in this turbulent era?
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A Fading Taboo Paper by paper, advertising is making its way onto the nation’s front pages and section fronts.
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Rolling the Dice Media companies have high hopes that hyperlocal news online will bolster their newspapers’ futures. But early returns suggest the financial outlook for such ventures is not bright.
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The Sleuth Pete Shellem of Harrisburg’s Patriot-News has freed four people from jail through dogged, old-fashioned reporting.
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