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Tuesday, 12 Jan 2010
Sarah Palin heads to Fox News
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has signed a multi-year deal with FOX News to serve as a contributor across all FOX News platforms, announced Bill...
Monday, 11 Jan 2010
Most Original News Reporting Comes From "Old Media"

As the number of sources for news proliferates on digital platforms, most original reporting still comes from newspapers, television and radio.

Monday, 11 Jan 2010
Rupert Hamer, left, and Philip Coburn

A British journalist was killed alongside a U.S. marine in an attack on a military ­convoy in Afghanistan in a blast that injured several...

Tuesday, 05 Jan 2010
Walter Cronkite

Nearly six months after Walter Cronkite's death, his voice is leaving the "CBS Evening News." His introduction of anchor Katie Couric was replaced...

Monday, 04 Jan 2010
Calgary Herald reporter Michelle Lang enjoys a Canadian Forces breakfast.

Calgary Herald journalist Michelle Lang never took the easy way out, whether it was holding government...

Monday, 04 Jan 2010
CPJ Executive Director Joel Simon

CPJ reported that 136 reporters, editors and photojournalists, nearly half of them freelancers, were in jail worldwide December 1, an increase of...

Monday, 04 Jan 2010
William Tuohy

William Tuohy was the ultimate war correspondent.  During 29 years with The Los Angeles Times, he covered wars and conflicts...

Monday, 04 Jan 2010
Kurt Westergaard

Armed with an ax and a knife and shouting "revenge" and "blood," a 28-year-old Somali man tried to smash through a reinforced bathroom door in the...

Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Allan Dodds Frank, left, and Sir Harold Evans

One of the most impressive things about Sir Harold Evans is that while he ran many newspapers, started a magazine and presided over the largest U....

Friday, 18 Dec 2009
David Hoffman speaks with guests at the reception.

The Book Night featuring David Hoffman’s new book on the Cold War, The Dead Hand, left people in the audience on December 1 startled to...