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Jana Winter, an investigative reporter for Fox News, faces the prospect of serious jail time for being a good journalist. Seriously. Most of the accounts you may read won't describe her predicament quite that way. But make no mistake: A state judge...
The Baltimore SunAfter spending 15 hours Friday locked on coverage of the manhunt in Boston, here are my picks for the highs, lows and deeper media stories of this remarkable day and night. The best moment belonged to Diane Sawyer and ABC News for a phone interview...
What are your memories of Al Neuharth, and impressions on his impact in journalism and South Dakota? I was at the Minneapolis airline terminal in the early '80s when I bought USA Today for the first time and was pleased beyond expectations. A breath of...
Tags: Newspapers, Germany, USA Today, Newspaper and Magazine
Newspapers ran through Roni Frye’s blood, first as a linotype operator at papers in her native Ohio, then as the owner of MacCarthy’s, a Fort Lauderdale newsstand on Las Olas Boulevard (next to The Floridian diner) that she ran for nearly...
Newspapers ran through Roni Frye's blood, first as a linotype operator at papers in her native Ohio, then as the owner of MacCarthy's, a Fort Lauderdale newsstand on Las Olas Boulevard (next to The Floridian diner) that she ran for nearly three decades....
As the voices came in Friday night from around the country remembering Al Neuharth, the famed newspaperman best known for founding USA Today, some themes quickly became clear: - Loyal. - Innovative. - Remembered his roots. - Gave back to his...
Eureka native Al Neuharth, whose founding of USA Today made him one of the most famous South Dakotans, died Friday at 89 at his home in Cocoa Beach, Fla. Neuharth changed American newspapers by putting easy-to-read articles and bright graphics in his...
Robert Redford never planned to play Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in "All the President's Men," the Oscar-winning 1976 adaptation of Woodward and Carl Bernstein's account of their investigation of the 1972 Watergate break-in and the cloak-and-...
Tags: Entertainment, White House, Movies, Politics, Carl Bernstein
FrameworkThe 2013 Pulitzer Prizes for photography were announced today at Columbia University in New York....
The Hartford CourantHuman beings are legal. Actions are illegal. Despite this clear distinction, the term "illegal immigrant" is frequently used in the ongoing debate on immigration reform. The time has come, however, to retire this offensive term as we advance as a society....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsMany Americans have followed the latest developments from Boston online. Even journalists are using social media. But are they doing it well? One social media expert says Facebook and Twitter are changing the way we all see the news. The Boston...
Tags: FBI, Sports, Entertainment, Social Media, Reddit Inc.
Critics dubbed USA Today "McPaper" when it debuted in 1982, and they accused its founder, Al Neuharth, of dumbing down American journalism with its easy-to-read articles and bright graphics. Neuharth had the last laugh when USA Today became the nation's...
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