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11:53 AM - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Catherine Taibi
Well, that was short-lived. Despite a brief, small rise in America's trust in the media in 2013, the US has returned to hating the press more than ever, a new Gallup poll found. Only 40 percent of Americans now say they believe that the medi . . .
6 hour ago - LA Times / Richard Verrier
Det. Harry Bosch walks down the drab, gray corridor of the Hollywood division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
9/16/2014 - Editor & Publisher
On a Wednesday evening in early September, New York Times media columnist David Carr was interviewing executive editor Dean Baquet on the 15th floor of the newspaper's Eighth Avenue headquarters. It was an intimate event with a strictly l . . .
10 hour ago - cjr.org
Two years ago, Vietnamese journalist and lecturer Huyen Nguyen went with some colleagues to a news literacy workshop in neighboring Cambodia after applying, practically on a whim, through an invitation she found in her department's mailbox. Hav . . .
8 hour ago - media / Chris O'Shea
The New Republic has named Guy Vidra its chief executive officer. Vidra most recently served as general manager of Yahoo News, a role he held since 2012. He previously served as WaPo’s head of business development and emerging media. “One thin . . .
21 hour ago - Media Decoder / Ben Sisario
Japan may be a perennial early adopter of technologies, but its attachment to the CD puts it sharply at odds with the rest of the global music industry.
9/16/2014 - Nieman Journalism Lab / Caroline O'Donovan
Jacobin Magazine was founded by Bhaskar Sunkara in 2010 while he was still a student at George Washington University. Sunkara had self-identified as a socialist since middle school — or, in his own words, “way too young to make those kind of de . . .
9/16/2014 - NPR / Scott Neuman
Germans have long had plenty of choices when it comes to magazines catering to canine lovers. But one publisher thinks the time has finally come to throw the dog haters a bone.
9/16/2014 - cjr.org
Fair warning, all ye who interfere with newsgathering: The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press is getting ready to sue you. The organization has hired its first litigation director, Katie Townsend, to bring lawsuits around the country . . .
8 hour ago - News from Journalism.co.uk
Channel 4 News has set up accounts on the two platforms to send breaking news, analysis, and fun updates, and capture the "in the moment" feeling on the night of the vote
9/16/2014 - Editor & Publisher
N N Newspaper subscribers are increasingly using smartphones and tablets while retaining a strong attachment to print, according to the latest mobile media survey from the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI). The percentage of res . . .
5 hour ago - Mediaite / Tina Nguyen
Somehow, a discussion about NFL star Adrian Peterson's arrest for alleged child abuse devolved into Sean Hannity arguing that child protection services could lead to Vast Infringements on Liberty -- like, for instance, parents being prevented f . . .
5 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
Hours after the Minnesota Vikings indefinitely suspended Adrian Peterson over his child abuse indictment, Nike announced they're suspending their endorsement contract with Peterson.
8 hour ago - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 Amazon is almost certainly getting ready to push the launch button on its next-generation Kindle dedicated e-reader hardware, and new leaks from the site’s German and Japanese stores (via The Verge) reveal it will likely be called the Kindle V . . .
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