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How a 1970s Jeff Goldblum Film Predicted the Current Journalism Crisis
Joan Micklin Silver’s
Between the Lines
will be eerily familiar to any journalist or writer working today.
Trump Befuddled by Two Blonde Women Sitting Next to Each Other
Is this the first sign of eclipse blindness?
A Pizza Chain Offered Journalists Free Food for a Day
It was “Love a Journalist Day” at Pi Pizzeria.
Journalists Are Charged and Released After Filming Protest in Bahrain
They are headed for the airport.
The City Would Like to Hear the Real ‘NYPD Tapes’
It subpoenaed the reporter.
Journalist Michael Hastings, Who Profiled Stanley McChrystal, Has Died
Colleagues say he was “fearless.”
Associated Press Summer Intern Mysteriously Dies in Mexico City
He was only 22.
NYT Reporter Anthony Shadid Dies in Syria
The cause of death is apparently an asthma attack.
Syrian Citizen Journalist Shot and Killed by Security Forces
The 24-year-old was shot in the head.
Journalists Protest Police Treatment During Occupy Wall Street Eviction
Media organizations have demanded a meeting to discuss the
’s treatment of journalists.
Two More Reuters Journalists Missing in Syria
A correspondent has been detained and a photographer has disappeared.
Three BBC Journalists Were Tortured in Libya, Two Others Missing and Detained
’s journalists said Libyan prisoners suffered much worse.
Talk Box: Cable Talkers Respond to Ted Koppel’s Grumpy Op-Ed
anchor received some feisty retorts from the opinion shows he blames for ruining television news.
Tom Brokaw Agrees With Tina Brown: Young People Should Just Move to India
Just pack up. India is where the jobs are.
Journalist Freed in Afghanistan
The rescue of Stephen Farrell cost his interpreter and one soldier their lives.