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  • Weekend Anchor/News Reporter

    POSITION: Weekend Anchor/News Reporter DATE: 4/5/10 DEPARTMENT: News REPORTS TO: Assistant News Director ROLE: Anchor weekend newscasts and report news stories for weekday newscasts RESPONSIBILITIES: - Anchor newscasts on weekends, fill-in as...
  • Plaque to honor memory of journalist Ruben Salazar

    Ruben Salazar's journalism exposing injustices that faced Mexican Americans in Los Angeles were an inspiration in the 1960s to Chicano activists and organizers such as Rosalio Munoz. On Friday, Munoz, who helped organize the historic 1970 National...
  • China tells journalists to learn 'Marxist news values'

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China ordered its journalists on Saturday to learn "Marxist news values" and uphold the principles of news as prescribed by the ruling Communist Party, the latest step in President Xi Jinping's crackdown on the media. The guidelines...
  • Telluride: Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' leavens a somber story with humor

    Telluride: Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' leavens a somber story with humor
    Jon Stewart's "Rosewater" is about a deathly serious subject -- the Iranian government's 2009 imprisonment of Newsweek journalist Maziar Bahari.  But, as Telluride Film Festival audiences discovered at the political drama's first public screening Friday...
  • Captives held by Islamic State prove tough quandary for Obama

    Captives held by Islamic State prove tough quandary for Obama
    After Islamic State's beheading of journalist James Foley, President Barack Obama's administration is making little headway in efforts to secure the release of three other Americans held by the insurgent group in Syria, officials said. Journalist Steven...
  • Paul Greenberg: In the news

    Sometimes all it takes is a single snippet in the news to open a world of insights. Consider this small item the other day: It seems two golfers in North Union Township, Pennsylvania have been charged with assaulting each other while arguing about the...
  • My editor, my oppressor

    You have heard of me. I operate the Dullatron. I drain the life from reporters' articles. I am a copy editor, determinedly extinguishing originality as I slap a coat of battleship gray over all that is fresh and imaginative.  Or so I have heard, or...
  • Who's Tweeting venom? New Twitter study reveals some gender-based surprises

    Who's Tweeting venom? New Twitter study reveals some gender-based surprises
    You know who seems least surprised of all by the "porky" comments thrown at Kristen Gillibrand? Kristen Gillibrand. "I believed his intentions were sweet, even if he was being an idiot," the New York senator is quoted as writing in her new book,...
  • Press freedom under fire in Ferguson

      Press freedom under fire in Ferguson
    Journalists in Ferguson, Mo., don't face as many risks as our colleagues in Syria, but that's not much to brag about. Hardly anything compares to the dangers journalists face in Syria, where James Foley, a freelance photojournalist for GlobalPost and...
  • The time for action is now

    The Islamic State mistakenly thought the brutal execution of American journalist James Wright Foley would be a warning to the United States. Instead, they issued a call to arms. The insurgency controlling territory in Iraq and Syria has made its...
  • Ukrainian journalists tour Hampton jail, courthouse

    A group of Ukrainian journalists visited the Daily Press earlier this month in an exchange program to see a U.S. newspaper in action. During their time here, we took two of the Ukrainian journalists and an interpreter to tour the Hampton City Jail and...