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NNA Director receives Marzani International Award for Journalism and Literature in Italy. Sep 16, 2019 325
Revilla declares readiness to tackle 'fake news' bill filed by Sotto. Jul 16, 2019 724
Convicted politicians not to get media time, decides govt. Jul 10, 2019 1145
Bilawal advises Sanjrani to resign. Jul 10, 2019 446
Bilawal advises Senate chairman to resign. Jul 10, 2019 552
NF Coordinative Body Announces Rejection to TMC-FFC Agreement. Jul 8, 2019 513
Senate President Lawan Tasks Media On Development Journalism. Jul 8, 2019 638
INTO THE LINE OF FIRE: Why war reporting has become so dangerous--and so rare. Bauerlein, Monika May 1, 2019 941
Bilawal lambastes PTI govt's economic policies. Apr 30, 2019 808
SIS analyzes foreign media coverslip of the referendum, highlights press freedom. Apr 21, 2019 1243
Sudanese protesters continue to press for "revolutionary" demands. Apr 16, 2019 1206
Supriya Shrinate 'honoured' to contest polls, says journalistic background will help build political career. Mar 29, 2019 506
Robredo: Regulation needed vs social media 'abuse'. Mar 21, 2019 1530
BJD lawmaker Tathagata Satpathy quits politics to focus on journalism. Mar 5, 2019 220
Attempts to silence media have chilling effect on press freedom - senators. Feb 15, 2019 631
WHERE DOES JOURNALISM END AND ACTIVISM BEGIN? This polarized political moment raises fresh questions in newsrooms about the line reporting and advocacy. Blanding, Michael Jan 1, 2019 6102
White House bid to tame the media is self-defeating. Nov 13, 2018 902
STAND FOR SOMETHING: Let's talk about media bias. Bauerlein, Monika Nov 1, 2018 905
Kavanaugh story exposed cracks in the foundation of journalism. Oct 10, 2018 667
Kavanaugh story exposed cracks in the foundation of journalism. Oct 10, 2018 672
Draft rules of House 'may restrict' media coverage, solon says. Sep 24, 2018 537
On Track to Office Success GOALS POLICIES PLANNING PROCEDURES METRICS OBJECTIVES REPORTING PERFORMANCE MEASURES COMMUNICATION: Three tips for ensuring legislative staff offices run smoothly and risks are managed appropriately. Kidd, Wayne Sep 1, 2018 1052
United States : U.s. Senators Tammy Baldwin and Joni Ernst Introduce Bipartisan Reform to Ensure Coverage for Children Born With Congenital Anomalies or Birth Defects. Aug 24, 2018 882
United States : Senators Ernst and Baldwin Introduce Bipartisan Reform to Ensure Coverage for Children Born with Congenital Anomalies or Birth Defects. Aug 24, 2018 642
'Referendum 2020' is only an overseas Opinion Poll : Dal Khalsa. Aug 7, 2018 774
Task Force on Media Security invited to Senate inquiry into attacks vs journos. Aug 3, 2018 474
SCMR urges government to approve Freedom of Information Law. Jul 26, 2018 475
House gives final approval to controversial nationality, media laws. Jul 17, 2018 1508
Criticism over press, media laws continues, Parliament to review disputed articles. Jul 9, 2018 774
67th IPI World Congress: Responsible journalism necessary for good governance, Buhari says. Jun 21, 2018 883
Engineered elections will hurt national unity: Raza Rabbani. Jun 20, 2018 398
In Budget Talk, End the Farce. Travel narrative Jun 13, 2018 950
Senators back suspension of sections of Cybercrime law. Jun 8, 2018 420
The Politics of Media Policy Making in a Contested Transition: The Case of Zimbabwe's Government of National Unity, 2009-2013. Chuma, Wallace Case study Jun 1, 2018 8819
Democracy cannot withstand an instance like Senate elections: PM. May 31, 2018 639
House of Lords defeat the government to revive plans for a new Leveson Inquiry; The House of Lords defeated the government as it backed calls for a so-called 'Leveson 2' by 252 votes to 213. May 14, 2018 428
'Great day for press freedom' as MPs say no to Leveson 2. May 10, 2018 218
Great day for press freedom; MPs vote down Ed's 'Leveson 2' bid. May 10, 2018 350
Is this the end of our free press? As two top Labour MPs try to 'hijack' Data Protection Bill... May 9, 2018 977
Threat of new curb on Press freedom; Fear as MPs vote on 'draconian' bid. May 8, 2018 390
MPs prepare to vote on new 'draconian' threat to Press freedom that could see publishers silenced; New Bill spearheaded by Labour's Tom Watson would have newspapers pay legal fees even if they win a court case -- unless they sign up to a state-backed regulator that could silence publishers. May 7, 2018 478
How Sian followed her political dream; It took almost 25 years until Sian Gwenllian could say she had finally been able to follow her dream in politics. Ruth Mosalski chats to the AM about her career, being a single mum of four and the tragedy of her husband's death... May 5, 2018 2513
Inquiry blames capital admin for manhandling of journalists. May 5, 2018 607
Notes on Press Freedom Day. May 5, 2018 474
Politicians skip press freedom seminar. May 4, 2018 541
MML president urges politicians to respect court decisions. May 3, 2018 293
Citizens put least amount of trust in politicians, they trust the media the most. May 3, 2018 513
Bayan Muna scores draft House rules on media. Apr 30, 2018 319
Solon urges House to reconsider rules 'stifling' journalists. Apr 29, 2018 308
House toughens rules for media. Apr 26, 2018 689
IPI Congress 2018: excitements, expectations as Nigeria hosts world media. Apr 23, 2018 1775
Australia : Restoring Trust: Parliament Passes New Laws to Protect Public Interest Journalism. Mar 16, 2018 351
We must also be vigilant against silencing dissent. Feb 3, 2018 457
Poe: Bloggers are not above libel laws. Jan 30, 2018 469
'Enough' laws in place to fight fake news. Jan 30, 2018 636
Governed Vs. Governors. Moritz, Gwen Editorial Jan 29, 2018 793
As Trump announces 'Fake News Awards', GOP senators assail his attacks on the press. Jan 18, 2018 741
Congress to approve business-friendly bills. Jan 1, 2018 2943
For Ukraine's Wartime Fact-Checkers, the Battle Rages On. Tomkiw, Lydia Jan 1, 2018 2977
How 'Fake News' Changed The New York Times--and Didn't. Rutenberg, Jim Jan 1, 2018 3956
Checking on the facts. Lyons, Ben Jan 1, 2018 1635
Parl't speaker asserts keenness on freedom of journalism, media in Egypt. Dec 24, 2017 121
Uganda Politician Mocks Freedom Of Press In US. Dec 7, 2017 573
What's In, What's Out: Taking a look at the news media a year after President Trump's presidential victory, and where it's heading to next. Swift, Jennifer Nov 1, 2017 2297
Interview with Mr. Armen Oganesyan, Chairman, International Conference on "Russia and Europe: Topical Issues of Contemporary International Journalism" and Editor-in- Chief , International Affairs Magazine. Conference news Sep 30, 2017 1383
Philippines : De Lima bewails 'news blackout' of Marawi crisis. Sep 27, 2017 756
Lifting the veil: to avoid media bias, news organizations are responding to old criticism in new ways. Peck, Gretchen A. Sep 1, 2017 2460
The Impact of Digital Media Platforms on the Ethnic-Based Political System in Malaysia. Baharin, Muhammad Izawan; Waheed, Moniza; Hellmueller, Lea Essay Sep 1, 2017 8470
African Journalism Cultures: The Struggle of Free Expression Against Neo-patrimonial Control. White, Robert A. Essay Sep 1, 2017 6896
A free press: New Jersey introduces a fund that will support local journalism. Gallagher, Tim Aug 1, 2017 729
Straight and crooked thinking. Versi, Anver May 1, 2017 764
Journalistic autonomy as a professional value and element of journalism culture: The European perspective. Lauk, Epp; Harro-Loit, Halliki Essay May 1, 2017 8205
Of journalists and money: The employment of journalists in Romania and its influence on media freedom and quality. Avadani, Ioana Essay May 1, 2017 9191
Salah Eissa on the Press Syndicate, the return of the bridge current, and freedom of the press. Apr 17, 2017 3355
Houthi Court Sentences Yemeni Journalist To Death. Apr 10, 2017 277
Leaks in the age of trump. Snyder, David Apr 1, 2017 776
Colombian journalists on twitter: Opinions, gatekeeping, and transparency in political coverage. Garcia-Perdomo, Victor Report Apr 1, 2017 9421
Deciphering the mindset behind the anti-Turkey bias in European reporting. Jurgens, Klaus Essay Mar 22, 2017 5555
Al-Kawakibi: From Political Journalism to a Political Science of the "Liberal" Arab Muslim. Sheehi, Stephen Essay Jan 1, 2017 8174
Journalism unions speak out over recent press layoffs. Oct 25, 2016 420
Fear and loafing: what the media is missing in its coverage of the presidential race. Seymour, Gene Essay Oct 1, 2016 1838
FOI is for the people, not just the press-Poe. Sep 29, 2016 667
Perspective on the Philippines: the war on drugs: a step toward fascism? Domingo, Cindy Sep 22, 2016 1231
Looking for "whitelash": newsrooms need to see the connection between journalism, white anger, and the politics of racial resentment. Thomas, Wendi C. Column Sep 22, 2016 588
Creating community-centered, not candidate-centered, narratives: at the local level, the media need to convene the conversation. Jurkowitz, Mark Sep 22, 2016 978
Journalists need to better explain what journalists do ... including me: if journalists don't inform the public about what we do and why, we're ceding the debate to those looking to vilify and delegitimize the press at a dangerous moment in history. Calderone, Michael Sep 22, 2016 892
Earn back the right to serve as watchdogs: while demanding transparency from political leaders, we, as journalists, must hold ourselves accountable, too. Lewis, Matt K. Essay Sep 22, 2016 1291
"Best left-wing magazine published in North America". Brief article Sep 22, 2016 107
Trump, Media Objectivity And The 'View From Nowhere'. Jun 9, 2016 1533
Voters Against Public Opinion: The Press and Democracy in Brazil and South Africa. De Albuquerque, Afonso Jun 1, 2016 8889
The Rudd Labor government and the limitations of spin. McKnight, David Report May 1, 2016 5587
International Media and Latvian Sovereignty: From Liberation to Today's Vexation. Chakars, Janis Report May 1, 2016 5386
'They really like you to make fun of them'. Rainey, James Interview Apr 26, 2016 391
The immorality within politics and journalism in Cyprus. Feb 5, 2016 789
Beyond the Four Theories: Toward a Discourse Approach to the Comparative Study of Media and Politics. Toepfl, Florian Feb 1, 2016 8806
Senate honors LJM for service to nation in the field of journalism. Jan 19, 2016 335
25 years ago ... Rather, Dan Quotation Nov 1, 2015 220
Resilience and sustainability in the coverage of political crisis: the case of the Arab Spring by the BBC, CNN and Aljazeera. Mensah, Henry Amo Oct 1, 2015 7840
How journalism helps lunacy become reality. Beinhart, Larry Sep 22, 2015 1758
Creating a Culture of Investigative Journalism for Furthering Democratic Reform -? Linking Human Rights Organisations, Government Officials and the Media to Promote Change. Jun 2, 2015 139
Reporting from Yemen: how a country has gone from hope to conflict. Brief article May 5, 2015 125
OUR VOW TO SCOTS; NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR DAILY RECORD SCOOPS TOP AWARDS Winning Scottish Newspaper of the Year and a host of other journalism awards has capped a memorable year for the Daily Record - but we don't plan to rest on our laurels as we keep fighting for what is best for Scotland and its people. So, thanks folks - and the battle goes on. Apr 18, 2015 709
The new muckrakers: can the Washington free beacon redeem serious conservative journalism? Baumann, Nick Mar 1, 2015 1059
The crash of The New Republic. Starr, Paul Column Jan 1, 2015 840
The F word. Hughes, Lesley Nov 1, 2014 586
Blowing the whistle. Editorial Sep 1, 2014 526
Defending whose democracy? Fenton, Natalie Jul 1, 2014 7571
Migration between politics, journalism and PR: new conditions for power, citizenship and democracy? Palm, Goran; Sandstrom, Hakan Jul 1, 2014 6255
Journalistic coverage of the 1883, 1885 and 1889 constitutional conventions. Spurlin, Candice; Chicoine, Catherine Lucie Zumpano; Hegge, Stacy; Garry, Patrick M. Jun 22, 2014 13712
FAFEN workshop emphasizes need for data journalism. May 2, 2014 588
The Internet and inequality in democratic engagements: panel evidence from South Korea. Hur, Suk Jae; Kwon, Hyeok Yong Report Apr 1, 2014 7913
The media in our history (2). Jan 7, 2014 578
Fair, balanced, and untrue. Peters, Charles Brief article Nov 1, 2013 264
The half-truth of the power shift theory--an analysis over time of coverage of the United States and China in European. Zhang, Zhan Report Oct 1, 2013 149
Loesch's celebrity turns her journalism professor into a cynic. Ganey, Terry Sep 22, 2013 1698
What makes "free" radio? U.S. media policy discussions in postwar Germany, 1945-1947. Troger, Mandy Report Aug 1, 2013 8884
Fighting the good fight. Ackermann, Kristina Editorial Jul 1, 2013 503
"Those knights of the pen and pencil": women journalists and cultural leadership of the women's movement in Australia and the United States. Kirkby, Diane Essay May 1, 2013 11044
Citizen journalism and cyberactivism in China's anti-PX plant in Xiamen, 2007-2009. Chin-fu, Hung Report Apr 1, 2013 6822
Pygmies put the Press in shackles. Mar 23, 2013 634
Statehouse coverage: mainstream media cut back as special interests launch. Ganey, Terry Mar 22, 2013 1705
Political media as discursive modes: a comparative analysis of interviews with Ron Paul from Meet the Press, Tonight, The Daily Show, and Hannity. Baym, Geoffrey Report Jan 30, 2013 9255
Political interviews: examining perceived media bias and effects across TV entertainment formats. Hoffman, Lindsay Report Jan 30, 2013 7783
What scholars can learn from the crisis of journalism. Mancini, Paolo Jan 15, 2013 4917
Just make sure you don't call it the Persian Gulf! There are quite a few things that are simply not mentioned in the pages of the National, a government-owned English-language daily in the United Arab Emirates. a veteran U.S. newspaper editor reflects on his adventures on the paper's foreign desk. O'Hara, Tom Dec 22, 2012 2175
The mobilization of capital behind 'the battle for Freedom': The Sydney Banks, the Institute of Public Affairs (NSW) and opposition to the Australian labor party 1944-49. Eather, Warwick; Cottle, Drew Nov 1, 2012 12187
Government transparency and secrecy: an examination of meaning and its use in the executive branch. Ginsberg, Wendy; Carey, Maeve P.; Halchin, L. Elaine; Keegan, Natalie Nov 1, 2012 19876
Political parties and the output of information. Popescu, Georgiana; Duminica, Delia Report Oct 1, 2012 4380
Freedom of expression in post-communist Romania. Mihalcea, Valentina "Chiper" Report Oct 1, 2012 7373
The door swings both ways. Jarris, John Sep 22, 2012 944
Crikey, the Australian and the politics of professional status in Australian journalism. Morieson, Lucy Aug 1, 2012 5666
Lessons from America? News and politics in hard times. Nolan, David Aug 1, 2012 5685
The 'new news as no 'news': US cable news channels as branded political entertainment television. Jones, Jeffrey P. Essay Aug 1, 2012 5998
SEEMO Slams Bulgarian, Balkan Politicians' Abuse of Media. Jul 23, 2012 619
Journalistic Ethics in Covering Politics: Sri Lankan perspective. Jul 16, 2012 2006
Politics - SKeyes conference on election coverage kicks off in presence of Information Minister. Conference notes Jul 13, 2012 273
Scorecard for Turkey's AK Party since election victory. Jul 7, 2012 1505
Covering political conventions. Jackson, John S. Jun 22, 2012 1266
Elections provide test for unique media collaboration. Jarvis, John Jun 22, 2012 931
'The benefits of industrial organisation'? The second fisher government and fin de siecle modernity in Australia. Hearn, Mark Essay May 1, 2012 7825
Les parlementaires et les medias. Comtois, Laurie Conference notes Mar 22, 2012 1676
Freedom of expression, minorities and state protection. Akhtar, Zia Essay Mar 22, 2012 8352
The Evil of Banality. Newhouse, Alana Jan 22, 2012 796
Protecting state secrets as intellectual property: a strategy for prosecuting WikiLeaks. Freedman, James Jan 1, 2012 12891
Communism in the Romanian press during the economic crisis. Negrea, Xenia Report Jan 1, 2012 3892
Politico, Act II: an overnight success with its saturation coverage and "win the morning" approach, the political junkies' bible reloads for a future packed with new and emerging competitors. Enda, Jodi Dec 22, 2011 5213
Telling political stories in closer to real-time books. Harris, John F. Dec 22, 2011 1068
Books take over where daily journalism can't go. Meldrum, Andrew Dec 22, 2011 1540
Framing homelessness for the Canadian public: the news media and homelessness. Mao, Yuping; Calder, Moire J.; Richter, Solina; Burns, Katharine Kovacs Dec 22, 2011 6971
Scandal in the age of Obama: why Washington feeding frenzies aren't what they used to be. Alter, Jonathan Nov 1, 2011 4858
Let the media horse race begin. Jackson, John S. Sep 22, 2011 888
Stepping back: even in--or maybe particularly in--our rapid-fire news environment, there are times when it's important for journalists and audiences alike to take the long view. Rieder, Rem Sep 22, 2011 835
Campaign Coverage in the Time of Twitter: how technology has transformed reporting on presidential politics. Enda, Jodi Sep 22, 2011 5681
Have the media suppressed Ron Paul's Coverage? Eddlem, Thomas R. Sep 5, 2011 914
MP'S PLEA TO PROTECT JOURNALISM. Jul 15, 2011 394
Press suffers from politics, lack of legal protection. May 6, 2011 1151
Polls and elections: divided government and foreign relations approval. Newman, Brian; Lammert, Kevin May 3, 2011 8332
Strategic review/Strategiese Oorsig, ISSN 1013-1108. Brief article May 1, 2011 187
Sri Lanka: Under Rajapaksa family dominance; Power derived through problematic polls; Large-scale human rights violations - US State Department says. Apr 9, 2011 3455
Blind men and an elephant: how the Indian and Chinese press cover Myanmar. Fraioli, Paul Essay Mar 22, 2011 4424
The 40-year-old startup: long known and respected for its pricey, in-depth analysis of government policy, National Journal retools for the Internet era. Deahl, Jessica Mar 22, 2011 3393
Women and the Kuwaiti National Assembly. Olimat, Muhamad S. Mar 15, 2011 8897
The risk of emergence of boomerang effect in communication against violence/Riesgo de aparicion del efecto boomerang en las comunicaciones contra la violencia. Brandle, G.; Cardaba, M.A.; Ruiz, J.A. Report Mar 1, 2011 4904
From sound bites to sound policy: reclaiming the high ground in criminal justice policy-making. Thompson, Anthony C. Mar 1, 2011 20933
A voice for a gestating new nation: Catholic radio station at center of push for peace as Southern Sudanese head to polls. Lewis, Christina S.N. Jan 21, 2011 2384
EC Views Hungarian Media Law as Not 'Satisfactory' - IPI/SEEMO. Jan 20, 2011 692
Assisted Suicide. Smith, Lee Jan 12, 2011 1518
Independence and experimentalism in the Department of Justice. Spaulding, Norman W. Jan 1, 2011 21032
A matter of interpretation: why an analytic approach is crucial for mainstream news outlets. Rieder, Rem Essay Dec 22, 2010 825
Statehouse beat woes portend bad news for good government. Gibbons, Gene Dec 22, 2010 1470
Rapprochement between Vietnam and the United States. Brown, Frederick Z. Report Dec 1, 2010 9874
Reloading at the Statehouse: as traditional news organizations shed state government reporters, a wide array of innovative startups is rising to fill the gap. Lisheron, Mark Sep 22, 2010 7782
Post-colonial colonialism: an analysis of international factors and actors marring African socio-economic and political development. Alemazung, Joy Asongazoh Report Sep 1, 2010 9505
Measuring opinion in times of transition: politics and public opinion in Nepal between 2004 and 2008. Sharma, Sudhindra; Sen, Pawan Kumar Survey Jul 1, 2010 17652
Education as resistance in literary criticism and journalism: between professionalization and democratization of literature. Jabur, Nathalia Essay Jul 1, 2010 6606
Pakistan's Press and Politics in the First Decade (1947-58): An Analysis in Structural-Functionalist Perspective. Jun 30, 2010 8124
McCain and the POW cover-up: the "war hero" candidate buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam. Schanberg, Sydney Jun 26, 2010 8137
PM meets the press. May 24, 2010 765
Partisan hacks: conservatives have discovered the virtues of investigative journalism. But can their reporting survive their politics? McGann, Laura May 1, 2010 2423
Framing political sex scandal in cross-cultural context between China and the United States: a comparative case study. Liao, Weimin Case study Apr 1, 2010 8434
TEXT: Sudan opposition parties demand postponement of elections. Mar 22, 2010 2657
La formation de journalistes parlementaires dans les pays en developpement. Cobb, Chris Mar 22, 2010 2557
Anything goes: a flurry of publishing without knowing. Rieder, Rem Mar 22, 2010 821
Freedom of expression without freedom of the press. Lipman, Maria Mar 22, 2010 8991
Ambitious in theory but unlikely in practice: a critique of UNESCO's Model Curricula for Journalism Education for Developing Countries and Emerging Democracies. Freedman, Eric; Shafer, Richard Essay Mar 22, 2010 7182
When wars begin: misleading statements by presidents. Fisher, Louis Report Feb 25, 2010 6774
Media misled public on Massachusetts election: election misunderstood: Scott Brown did not win, Martha Coakley lost. Klotzer, Charles L. Jan 1, 2010 762
Putting words to work: the politics of labor's vernacular. Conners, Pamela Essay Jan 1, 2010 11192
Ile-du-Prince-Edouard. Johnston, Marian Report Dec 22, 2009 1527
Women and politics in Kuwait. Olimat, Muhamad S. Oct 1, 2009 6547
"People like us" in pursuit of God and rights: Islamic feminist discourse and sisters in Islam in Malaysia. Moll, Yasmin Report Sep 1, 2009 8826
Syndicates: A Marked Surge in Right-Leaning Cols? Moynihan, Shawn Aug 1, 2009 748
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times. Brief article Aug 1, 2009 141
Covering politics in the Internet era. Stoff, Rick Jul 1, 2009 1012
Confused about the Honduran coup? That might be the goal. Hellinger, Dan Jul 1, 2009 1739
Religious liberties: the International Religious Freedom Act. Farr, Thomas F.; Garnett, Richard W., IV; Gunn, T. Jeremy; Saunders, William L. Discussion Jun 22, 2009 16842
Journalism in a semi-despotic society: 'censorship, low payment, and the high risk of arrest for any journalist who dares to take an investigative step, among other reasons such as lack of individual liberty, have pushed Iranian journalists to the virtual world of the Internet.'. Jun 22, 2009 1268
When eyes get averted: the consequences of misplaced reporting: 'poor reporting from and about Iran has kept the West in the dark. In this lightlessness, Iranians are rendered as ghosts.'. Hakakian, Roya Jun 22, 2009 1392
Disappearing act: a declining statehouse press corps leaves readers less informed about lawmakers' efforts. Smith, Edward May 1, 2009 3214
The (liberal) beat goes on. Vatz, Richard E. May 1, 2009 1465
Shoptalk: Not Just Our Crisis. Fitzgerald, Mark Viewpoint essay Apr 1, 2009 817
Statehouse exodus: AJR's latest survey of the nation's state capitols finds a dramatic decrease in the number of newspaper reporters covering state government full time. A handful of digital news outlets are springing up to fill the breach. When will these efforts be enough to compensate for the loss of the newspaper watchdogs? Dorroh, Jennifer Apr 1, 2009 9282
Semantic framing in the build-up to the Iraq War: Fox V. CNN and other U. S. broadcast news programs. Harmon, Mark; Muenchen, Robert Jan 1, 2009 5186
The wisdom of the crowd resides in how the crowd is used. Howe, Jeff Dec 22, 2008 2705
Editorial pages best to defend, assert the role of journalism: former editor delivers a call to arms. Klibanoff, Hank Dec 22, 2008 1637
The realities of press censorship in Khartoum. Dec 2, 2008 1242
New White House Reporters Ready: Barack Biting to Begin? Strupp, Joe Dec 1, 2008 1151
Endangered species: many newspapers are laying off the reporters who monitor the federal government from a local angle. The cost could be steep. Dorroh, Jennifer Dec 1, 2008 4979
Off the bus: far fewer news reporters hit the campaign trail with the presidential candidates for long stretches of time this year. Is that necessarily a bad thing? Farhi, Paul Dec 1, 2008 3366
Negative media stories hurt McCain. Jones, Terry Dec 1, 2008 678
The realities of press censorship in Khartoum. Dec 1, 2008 1240
Conveying presidential news: the White House press corps covers the president. Kumar, Martha Joynt Essay Dec 1, 2008 10338
Lessons learned the hard way: questioning presidents. Simendinger, Alexis Essay Dec 1, 2008 3139
Memorandum to the president-elect. McCurry, Mike Essay Dec 1, 2008 3254
The realities of press censorship in Khartoum. Nov 30, 2008 1240
The realities of press censorship in Khartoum. Nov 29, 2008 1242
The realities of press censorship in Khartoum. Nov 29, 2008 1240
Was the Press Really 'In the Tank' for Obama? Mitchell, Greg Nov 10, 2008 1113
A squalid end to empire. Nov 1, 2008 3499
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT'S PRIZE FOR JOURNALISM. Oct 20, 2008 133
Media darlings: positive or negative media coverage can make or break a political campaign, especially in a presidential race. Both McCain and Obama have received favorable coverage, but will it continue? Fisher, John Oct 13, 2008 1918
When a Young Reporter Crossed Paths with Paul Newman -- During a Race for the White House. Mitchell, Greg Sep 28, 2008 594
Zimbabwe: telling the story, reporting the news: 'the finer points of journalism have, regrettably, had to be compromised in the desperate battle for access to information. This is guerrilla journalism....'. Mbanga, Wilf Sep 22, 2008 1619
How campaign coverage has changed. Stoff, Rick Sep 1, 2008 2129
Politico animal: a year and a half after launch, Politico lives up to the hype. McPherson, Lindsey Aug 1, 2008 788
Blog Binge: more than 70 percent of the political journalists surveyed by communications firm Brodeur in May said they spent at least an hour per day reading blogs and other online media. AJR asked seven political writers and reporters to name their must-reads. Aug 1, 2008 554
The art of balance: Adel Darwish reports on how the narrative of reporting Israel has changed in the British media, making the job of Israel's new ambassador to London an unprecedented challenge. Darwish, Adel Jul 1, 2008 1293
Politics and the new media. Jun 22, 2008 500
Young reporters, new tools, and political reporting: at MTV, the 51 members of Street Team '08 are experimenting with format, content and distribution as they find stories to tell to a youthful audience. Nord, Liz Jun 22, 2008 1467
Shifting influence: from institution to individual. Harris, John Essay Jun 22, 2008 1442
Linking newspaper readers to the best political coverage. Karp, Scott Jun 22, 2008 1520
YouTube: the flattening of politics: as online video reshapes political coverage, news organizations ignore it 'at their own peril.'. Grove, Steve Jun 22, 2008 1729
Enclave extremism and journalism's brave new world: some contend that The Daily Me, a self-designed compendium of news and information, leads to increased political polarization. Sunstein, Cass R. Jun 22, 2008 1288
New media battles old to define Internet-era politics. McQuaid, John Jun 22, 2008 1786
Covering the Web as a force in electoral politics. Sifry, Micah L. Brief article Jun 22, 2008 1194
Trivial pursuit: it happens too often in political coverage. Hayes, Christopher Jun 22, 2008 1785
Determining if a politician is telling the truth. Adair, Bill Website overview Jun 22, 2008 1161
A visit to review press' freedom in Cuba: Cuban journalists admit some self-censorship. Phillips, Peter Jun 1, 2008 725
In the tank? So let's get this straight: "the media" are swooning over Barack, McCain but can't stand Hillary? Maybe it's a little more complicated than that. Farhi, Paul Jun 1, 2008 3251
Hamas has hand in puppet tale. Jaafar, Ali Brief article Apr 7, 2008 205
Political crisis splinters local coverage: channels with rival allegiances find access and revenues blocked as current events spill over into programming. Jaafar, Ali Apr 7, 2008 780
Net wrestles for gulf hold: exec builds formidable rep for Dubai station. Jaafar, Ali Apr 7, 2008 757
Journalists in Paraguay have tough road ahead. Swaffield, Bruce C. Apr 1, 2008 826
A covenant with all mankind: Ronald Reagan's idyllic vision of America in the world. Garrison, Justin Mar 22, 2008 12044
Motive, fallout. Simpson, Jeffrey Essay Mar 22, 2008 1730
The writer and the quest for democratic governance in Nigeria: transcending post-independence disillusionment. Olowonmi, Adekunle Essay Mar 15, 2008 4500
The State Department appraises respect for human rights in Lebanon. Mar 13, 2008 9794
Let them play the games: The media's New Hampshire fiasco reflects a broken model for campaign coverage. Rieder, Rem Editorial Feb 1, 2008 843
Odds Columnist Making Another 'Colbert' Appearance. Brief article Jan 17, 2008 135
The write stuff: U.S. serial print culture from conservatives out to neo-Nazis. Berlet, Chip Jan 1, 2008 14385
Commentaires d'un redacteur associe. Borgeat, Louis Dec 22, 2007 1491
Perception of media bias hurts democracy. Brief article Nov 1, 2007 268
The public's right; Press `shield law' progressing through Congress. Editorial Oct 12, 2007 308
Is Hugo Chavez Trying To Keep IAPA Meeting Out Of Venezuela? Fitzgerald, Mark Oct 11, 2007 346
All trivial! All the time! Franke-Ruta, Garance Sep 1, 2007 775
Your right to know; Congress should pass federal shield law. Aug 5, 2007 372
Media and the King's vision. Apr 10, 2007 868
Molly Ivins Visits the Police Blotter. Staff, E&P Excerpt Apr 7, 2007 952
Party politics and the media in Indonesia: creating a new dual identity for Golkar. Tomsa, Dirk Author abstract Apr 1, 2007 8173
Our Say... : The press shall prevail. Mar 13, 2007 689
History or journalism: two narrative paradigms in Bloody Sunday. Scenes from the Saville inquiry by Richard Norton-Taylor. Lachman, Michal Jan 1, 2007 3902
Journalists' privilege: overview of the law and 109th Congress legislation. Cohen, Henry Oct 1, 2006 3046
'Shooting from the hip': Valerie Solanas, SCUM and the apocalyptic politics of radical feminism. Third, Amanda Oct 1, 2006 13229
It's the silly season and then some. Royal, Robert Sep 15, 2006 822
Burmese reporters in exile confront different risks; publications must assert independence from 'the international donors upon which they rely for financial support in the absence of a sustainable business model.'. Zaw, Aung Jun 22, 2006 1740
KR Bureau Earns its Rep the Old-Fashioned Way. Strupp, Joe May 1, 2006 914
The more things change ... Brief article May 1, 2006 260
Arab journalism comes of age; despite often crude censorship and frequent financial limitations, the Arab media has grown in size and sophistication. But relationships between publishers, reporters, governments and advertisers often remain ill-defined. Martin, Josh May 1, 2006 1928
All the president's friends: Miller's gone, and Woodward is (voila!) forgiven. And the editors of our leading newspapers are clueless about the respect they've lost. Gitlin, Todd Jan 1, 2006 2177
The 'Dean' Still Laying Shoe Leather. Strupp, Joe Nov 1, 2005 1291
Coronation was a royal challenge for nets. Guider, Elizabeth Oct 17, 2005 623
Stop the presses! Republicans blast press at MPA convention. Corrigan, Don Oct 1, 2005 1408
The press in a time of Bush: intimidation and the sense of fear in the collective mind of the profession. Thomas, Helen Oct 1, 2005 974
Organizing the new news: '... the greater velocity of information today multiplies the opportunities for confusing and misleading the public.'. Meyer, Philip Sep 22, 2005 1903
CIA outing, reporter jailing cry out for remedy: national shield law could be solution. Corrigan, Don Sep 1, 2005 1487
They used to call it treason. Hughes, Lesley Jul 1, 2005 651
Increasing press repression in Russia. Lupis, Alex Jun 22, 2005 1683
Papering over the news. Chittister, Joan Column Jun 3, 2005 782
Journalists organize to fight government secrecy. Brief Article May 1, 2005 103
That old, tired balancing act: did the election kill objective campaign journalism? Welch, Matt Feb 1, 2005 1306
The lessons of Beslan: like CBS and the BBC, Russian TV news is under attack. Ostrovsky, Arkady Jan 31, 2005 1036
Breathing disaffection: the impact of Irish nationalist journalism on India's native press. Rosenkranz, Susan A. Jan 1, 2005 9035
The messy transition ahead. Gillmor, Dan Dec 22, 2004 783
Conflicts of interest: the revolving door between politics and journalism is spinning out of control. Potter, Deborah Dec 1, 2004 825
No news is good news. Saltzman, Joe Nov 1, 2004 968
The horserace is a losing proposition. Hellinger, Dan Oct 1, 2004 910
Paddy? Crikey! Serca, Kim Oct 1, 2004 493
CBS lets the Pentagon taint its news process: in acquiescing to government requests for two broadcast delays, CBS News erred. Berry, Stephen J. Sep 22, 2004 1967
PBS adds insult to injury. Alterman, Eric Aug 30, 2004 1023
BRAZIL ARGUES CONTROL OF JOURNALISTS AND MEDIA. Aug 20, 2004 1434
Reversing youth apathy: universities encourage participation and improved political reporting. Speckman, Karon Reinboth Aug 1, 2004 2238
Reporting, not editorials, will determine November's election. Klotzer, Charles L. Jul 1, 2004 655
Not that independent: building objective news outlets is a challenge in a land of newfound freedom. Carroll, Jill Jun 1, 2004 2407
On the can-pain trail. Strupp, Joe Jun 1, 2004 3062
Mind readers. McNamara, Janet Letter to the Editor Apr 1, 2004 229
Reporting from the campaign trail. Mar 22, 2004 1139
'Only a lunatic would do this kind of work': a journalist offers his perspective on the perspective of political journalists. Shribman, David M. Mar 22, 2004 1804
The political journalists' canon. Shribman, David M. Mar 22, 2004 1067
With deadlines past, a journalist observes the coverage: 'there are far too many campaign media people quoted in the copy for my taste.'. Mears, Walter R. Mar 22, 2004 2270
Tracking generational change in political reporting: displacing news reporting with analysis provides 'the possibility of a far different sort of bias than coziness with a candidate.'. Harwood, John Mar 22, 2004 1320

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