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Date

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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

The US has backed down on proposed alterations to Freedom of Information laws that would allow authorities to deny the existence of sensitive documents.

Technological development: Steve Jobs predicts the future of computers and media in 1990...

Why copying and pasting press releases is never a good idea... How many times can one talk show host "push the envelope on late night television"?

US local correspondents got the chance to interview Obama - many opted to openly declare the political motivations for granting these local interviews in the name of transparency.

For more industry news please see WAN-IFRA's Executive News Service



Sources: Columbia Journalism Review, Mashable, ProPublica, YouTube,


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Author

Katherine Travers

Date

2011-11-04 18:20

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