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NFL & FCC: Not just losing the case, losing a little control

Tough day for the NFL. Tough month, actually. Maybe a tough year.

Two separate harbingers of bad news hit the league today: The FCC ended its endorsement of blackout rules for games that don’t sell out, while separately, a brain injury group objected to parts of the proposed $765 million settlement for concussion-related injuries. 730 more words

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On a dirt road in Beal City, Mich. it is common to run into a farm, family run and operated with a long line of history that makes it what it is today. 683 more words

Assignment

India's drug price control regime just pulled off a logic defying move

India’s drug price control agency is jumping through hoops to make a bad decision look good. In the process it is sending terrible signals to the industry and to the broader world about fairness and efficacy of India’s regulatory regime. 638 more words

Digital Photography: Photo Ethics

Click on the link below to the National Press Photographers Association and examine the Code of Ethics. In your group and with the direction of your editor, summarize the five most important ideas expressed in this Code of Ethics. 33 more words

Digital Photography

TV News: Moving Up in Ranks

It’s the second week of the month and my first week of this bloject (blog+project) is nearing its end. This past couple of days have been a little more on the business side of things at work. 611 more words

Journalists Covering Protests Arrested, Assaulted in Ferguson

THE WASHINGTON POST’S WESLEY LOWERY AND THE HUFFINGTON POST’S RYAN J. REILLY WERE RELEASED WITHOUT CHARGES

After police killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown last weekend in the St. 668 more words

Washington Post

Photojournalism takes center stage in West Palm Beach

This day was the day i needed. NPPA was coming to my backyard with all the great images that reminded me why i followed this path as a career. 832 more words