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Monday, 15 Mar 2010
PEJ: The State of the News Media 2010

Getting people to pay for news online at this point would be "like trying to force butterflies back into their cocoons," a new consumer survey...

Friday, 12 Mar 2010
Nancy Gibbs

Two veteran Time staffers are moving up the magazine's masthead. International Editor Michael Elliott will become the...

Thursday, 11 Mar 2010
The British journalist Paul Martin, left, being escorted by a member of Hamas af

British journalist Paul Martin, who was arrested in Gaza by Hamas authorities on what authorities said was suspicion of “...

Thursday, 11 Mar 2010
The economy is forcing television reporters to be a jack-of-all-trades.

Howard Kurtz writes in the Washington Post about how the economy is forcing television reporters to be a jack-of-all-...

Thursday, 11 Mar 2010
AMI chief David Pecker

By being the first and, largely, the only publication pursuing the John Edwards infidelity story through his denials of the affair and of...

Thursday, 11 Mar 2010
Worldfocus

The public television newscast "Worldfocus" is being canceled. Staffers were informed of the news by Neal Shapiro, President and...

Thursday, 11 Mar 2010
Don McCullin

Don McCullin, the acclaimed frontline photojournalist speaks to the Guardian online about the horrors of conflict, struggling...

Tuesday, 09 Mar 2010

The Danish newspaper Politiken apologized February 26 for offending Muslims by reprinting a cartoon of the Prophet Mudammad wearing a...

Tuesday, 09 Mar 2010
Andrew Jaffe

Andrew Jaffe, 71, a former Newsweek foreign correspondent, died February 26, after a 10-year battle with cancer of the...

Friday, 05 Mar 2010
Street art of startling high-precision brush strokes — as if poised to deliver a

OPC member Gergana Koleva visited Haiti in 2005 and has just published an essay for the online journal, inthefray.org, in which “...