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Permit Needed to Cover a Forest Fire?

WASHINGTON (CN) – A proposed federal law that would force journalists to get a permit before reporting from public lands appears to have been killed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid – killed by partisan bickering, not by First Amendment concerns. 270 more words

US News

Journalists Fearing Retaliation from Hamas tell of Gaza Horrors on Return Home

by Paul MIller
July 31, 2014

With the mainstream American and International Press desperately looking to find a moral equivalency between the U.S.-deemed terror organization Hamas and the State of Israel, media reports have been quick to point the finger at the Jewish State for Palestinian civilian causalities, especially the tragic deaths of children in Gaza. 240 more words

Israel & Middle East

Journalism Today

“Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault.”- Henry Anatole Grunwald

True journalism is both a craft and a profession. 501 more words


Hamas threatens journalists and social media to silence

The reason why it is so silent in the media, about the war crimes Hamas is  executing  towards the residents in Gaza, is that Hamas are death threatening journalist and social media to silence. 707 more words


Hamas Threatening Journalists in Gaza who Expose Abuse of Civilians

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Reporters are bullied, have equipment confiscated, barred from sensitive sites… but they don’t report it. ‘They’re too scared,’ says Israeli official, lamenting capitulation to harassment. 828 more words


New Perspective: The mutualism between photographers, journalists and the events they attend.

If you go to concerts or festivals what do you usually see in front of the crowd or in the press areas? Photographers? Journalists? When I worked with The Wellz Street Journal we had to work hard as hell to get a photographer and journalist into a festival in Grand Prairie, Texas called South By So What?! 416 more words

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