Time for Action Online Exclusive » Congress needs to complete action on a shield law for journalists—now.
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Pushing for a Vote Online exclusive » A journalist who won’t reveal her sources wins a court reprieve from heavy fines, as a media coalition urges Senate action on a federal shield law for reporters. But one senator may have placed a hold on the bill.
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Cries of Outrage Online Exclusive » A federal judge’s ruling requiring a former USA Today reporter to personally pay heavy fines for not identifying confidential sources stirs concern among journalists and First Amendment advocates.
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Double Whammy February/March ï¿½ It took an awfully long time for the national media to catch up to the racial turmoil in Jena, Louisiana. When they did, the results were not exactly a clinic in precision journalism.
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Nonprofit News February/March » As news organizations continue to cut back, investigative and enterprise journalism funded by foundations and the like is coming to the fore.
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Second Time Around February/March » After their credulous performance in the run-up to the war in Iraq, how are the news media handling the Bush administration’s allegations against Iran?
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Wikipedia in the Newsroom February/March » While the line “according to Wikipedia” pops up occasionally in news stories, it’s relatively rare to see the user-created online encyclopedia cited as a source. But some journalists find it very valuable as a road map to troves of valuable information.
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High Anxiety February/March » A new survey shows journalists are very anxious about their futures as they struggle to learn new technology and worry about how long their jobs will be there.
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