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Comcast Affiliated News Site Censors Article About Internet Freedom

A "telecom industry-affiliated lobbying group successfully persuaded an African American news website to remove an article that reported critically on the groups" opposing Net neutrality, investigative journalist reports Lee Fang at Republic Report.


Related Topix: Cable & Satellite, Comcast, African-American, US News, Liberal Political News

Fri Aug 01, 2014

The Leaf-Chronicle

Filippo preserves work of legendary journalist

Former Austin Peay professor Inga Filippo honored for preservation of work of legendary journalist and Montgomery County-born Dorothy Dix Filippo preserves work of legendary journalist Former Austin Peay professor Inga Filippo honored for preservation of work of legendary journalist and Montgomery County-born Dorothy Dix Check out this story on ... (more)


Related Topix: Kentucky, Libraries

The Nation

His Name was Ahed Zaqout: Former Palestinian Soccer Star Killed in Gaza

All it took was a recording of Donald Sterling insulting Magic Johnson in a derogatory manner for the twenty-four-hour news world to stop on its axis.


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, US News, Liberal Political News

Some of MSNBC's Most Prominent Journalists Are Ignoring Gaza - Why?

MSNBC reporter Adam Serwer has said conspicuously little since the offensive began over three weeks ago.


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Twitter, Television

Former BFP journalist releases book about phone hacking

A FORMER Bucks Free Press journalist is eagerly awaiting the release of his second novel, inspired by his career in the media and the recent phone hacking scandals.


New Hampshire Public Radio -

Justice & Journalism: Ron Elving

New Hampshire Public Radio and the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy have come together to bring you the next event in our ongoing series, Justice & Journalism.


Thu Jul 31, 2014

The Island Packet

Packet, Gazette editor McAden retires, closing 42-year journalism career

"You have to dig," he said. "It's not about being negative; it's about getting to the bottom of things and not just trimming the treetops.


Related Topix: Columbia, SC, McClatchy, Publishing, Media, Beaufort County, SC, Bluffton, SC

Amnesty International USA

Iran: New wave of attacks against journalists as repression escalates

A sharp rise in arrests, prosecutions and imprisonment of independent journalists in Iran signals the authorities' utter determination to crush hopes for increased freedom heralded by the election of President Hassan Rouhani, said Amnesty International in a new briefing today .


Related Topix: Prison, Activism, Amnesty International, Charitable Organizations

The News Tribune

Correction: Obit-Robert Drew story

Filmmaker Robert Drew, a pioneer of the modern documentary who in "Primary" and other movies mastered the intimate, spontaneous style known as cinema verite and schooled a generation of influential directors that included D.A. Pennebaker and Albert Maysles, has died at age 90. Starting in 1960 with "Primary," Drew produced and sometimes directed a ... (more)


Related Topix: Arts, Cinema, Rock-N-Roll, Recreational Vehicle, Award, US News

The Toronto Star

Jailed Canadian journalist denounces 'draconian' verdict

Jailed Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy has not given up the fight against the “draconian verdict” against him, but he is unsure if he will appeal an Egyptian court sentence that could see him spend another 7 years behind bars.


Related Topix: Muslim Brotherhood, Terrorism

Longford Leader

Journalism course this autumn at LWL

The certificate in 'News Journalism' accredited by the Irish Academy of Public Relations will teach participants to write news stories, feature articles and colour pieces as well as how to conduct interviews.


Related Topix: Public Relations


Matter's Corey Ford: Bring Project-Based Teamwork to Journalism Education

When Corey Ford was studying journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the late 1990s, he barely heard the word entrepreneurship.


Related Topix: North Carolina, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, SoMa (San Francisco, CA)

Geraldo Rivera accuses Matt Drudge of racism, fomenting 'civil war' over border

According to Geraldo Rivera , Matt Drudge , owner of the immensely popular " Drudge Report ," is fomenting civil war for posting links to articles highlighting what is going on at the border with Mexico, Mediaite reported Wednesday.


Related Topix: Matt Drudge, Geraldo Rivera

Wed Jul 30, 2014

CPJ Press Freedom Online

Palestinian photojournalist killed in Israeli air strike

Palestinian journalist Rami Rayan was killed today in an Israeli air strike on a market in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza, according to his employer and news reports .


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Hamas (Palestine)


Pinoy teacher, Chinese journalist win Magsaysay Award

An influential Chinese journalist and a crusading environmental lawyer from China are among this year's winners of Asia's Magsaysay awards, the organizers announced Thursday.


Related Topix: Air Accidents

Poynter Online

8 digital media lessons from Poynter's 'Journalism and the Web@25' panel

Journalists shared personal stories about a "Goosebumps" fan site, a three-year-old riding an elevator, and dropping computer science classes in college to illustrate how journalism has changed since 1989 - and needs to change more quickly today - at Poynter's "Journalism and the Web@25" event Tuesday night.


Related Topix: Goosebumps, Children TV, Entertainment, Drama, Television, Ford Foundation, Charitable Organizations, TV, Electronics, City University of New York

ABC 33/40

2 tabloid journalists charged with phone hacking

Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura says he has mixed emotions about winning his defamation lawsuit in U.S. District Court.


Salisbury Journal

Wallis dubs hack probe 'vindictive'

Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis said he is "devastated" to face a "swingeing, indiscriminate charge" of conspiring to hack phones, more than a year after he was told he would face no further action.



.com | More Murdoch editors charged over hacking

Aviation has suffered one of its worst weeks in memory, but industry analysts and safety experts say they can find no common themes.


How Uncle Eddie tried to 'do over' niece

At the launch of the book He Who Must Be Obeid at NSW parliament on Wednesday, former NSW Labor premier Nathan Rees read extracts about how Obeid intervened to try to stop his niece being elected mayor of a town in Lebanon.



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