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Congress considers prosecutions of reporters over leaked information

By Annika McGinnis, McClatchy Newspapers (July 11, 2012)

WASHINGTON — In response to New York Times stories that relied on leaks of sensitive national-security information, a House of Representatives panel on Wednesday discussed legislation that could allow journalists to be prosecuted for disclosing such information. 699 more words


Linguistics Expert: Everyone

Here’s something that bothers me: pretty much everyone speaks a language (the exceptions to this rule are really, really unfortunate cases), but not everyone is a language expert. 305 more words


"New Depths Of Shamelessness": Chicken Little Media Keeps Reaching New Lows

One time, my wife and I went walking near a pasture where nine mares grazed. I knew them all by name. Suddenly and for no obvious reason the herd stampeded, galloping by as if their lives depended upon it. 767 more words


Relating To The Media

Building relationships with reporters, understanding how they operate, and knowing what they want are the keys to successful media relations. At Bravo, we are experts when it comes to building strong, long-lasting relationships with our media contacts. 263 more words


White House pool reporters test own news distribution system

White House journalists are creating an alternative system for distributing their media “pool” reports in response to the Obama administration’s involvement in approving and disapproving certain content in official reports. 778 more words


6 days to go!

Less than a week to go until I’ll be back on the airwaves across Newcastle & Gateshead.

Have you missed me? I’ve missed you so much. 205 more words

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