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WaPo limits reporters' web use

Posted on 02. Oct, 2009 by .

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The Washington Post laid down the law on employees’ online behavior last week – and promptly opened Pandora’s blog. Ironically, news of the WaPo’s internal memo – which equates the importance of reporters’ comments on social networking sites to “what appears beneath their bylines in the newspaper” – was leaked and then tweeted, Facebooked and […]

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Detroit: Journalism's new obsession

Posted on 23. Sep, 2009 by .

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My hometown is the hottest thing in journalism right now. Time Inc. bought a house on Detroit’s east side this summer and converted it into a bureau for a yearlong look into the city’s troubles. Woodward Avenue has eclipsed Wall Street as the hotspot for chronicling America’s economic free-fall. Embedded video from CNNMoney.com VideoSo the […]

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Ambushing the Ambusher

Posted on 21. Sep, 2009 by .

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Liberal website ThinkProgress.org turned ambush Fox News producer Jesse Watters tactics against him in this interesting interview.  Watters keeps his cool and doesn’t get as flustered as his subjects often do. But he does hesitate – changing the subject, responding to questions with questions and avoiding direct answers. Best part is that he then appears to tell […]

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