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Journalism

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  • Lisa Colagrossi: 'She was the real deal'

    Lisa Colagrossi: 'She was the real deal'
    Lisa Colagrossi was one of the best anchors ever at Orlando’s Channel 6, and she was such a good reporter that you could tell she was headed to bigger things. In 2001, she joined WABC-Channel 7 in New York, the nation’s largest TV market,...
  • CPHS students win top journalism honors in print, TV, radio

    CPHS students win top journalism honors in print, TV, radio
    Crown Point High School senior Alaa Abdeldaiem has been named Indiana's Student Journalist of the Year, while the broadcast team at the school has won three titles. Abdeldaiem is the editor at Inklings, the school newspaper, and will represent the state...
  • Community news for Windham edition

    Finnish American Heritage Society CANTERBURY - The Finnish American Heritage Society, 76 North Canterbury Road, is looking for vendors for the Tori Open Air Market on Saturday, May 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Canterbury Community Center, 1 Municipal...
  • Jerry Warren dies at 84; San Diego journalist and aide to Nixon, Ford

    Jerry Warren dies at 84; San Diego journalist and aide to Nixon, Ford
    Jerry Warren was the top editor of the San Diego Union, and Union-Tribune after a merger, for a combined 20 years. But before that, it was he who faced journalists as the White House's deputy press secretary during the Richard Nixon presidency. Indeed,...
  • Williams, O'Reilly: Blurring the lines puts honesty at risk

    Williams, O'Reilly: Blurring the lines puts honesty at risk
    "I was in journalism before I got into television," a friend of mine said to me the other day. She didn't mean it the way it sounded. Still, it got me thinking about journalism versus entertainment, and credibility versus personality. As Brian...
  • Journalist Who Embraced Life With Gusto

    Jazz, theater, baseball, well-cooked food, great writing, red wine: Ron Georgeff embraced them all the way he embraced life, with gusto, good taste and sensitivity — and an eye for a bargain. He made friends and kept them for life, and...
  • SAfrica report on sick baby triggers media, politics debate

    "Baby Thomas never had a chance," begins a South African newspaper report about the toll of fetal alcohol syndrome. The baby's alcoholic mother was a grape harvester who was paid in bottles of wine, it said. Questions have been raised about the Cape...
  • Confidence in Ukraine's cease-fire hurt by arms violations

    With cameras and clipboards in hands, teams of blue-jacketed international observers drive around the muddy countryside of eastern Ukraine looking for rocket launchers and artillery. Their task is to verify whether government troops and Russian-backed...
  • Jerry Warren, former White House press secretary, dies at 84

    Jerry Warren, the editor of San Diego's largest newspaper for 20 years and a White House press secretary during the Nixon and Ford administrations, has died. He was 84. Warren died Friday at a hospital in Arlington, Virginia, after entering hospice...
  • Daily Press honored with Virginia Press Association's First Amendment Award

    The Virginia Press Association has honored the Daily Press Media Group newsroom with its prestigious First Amendment Award, which recognizes journalists and news organizations that seek to advance, defend or preserve the First Amendment. The award is...
  • 4 journalists from UK Sun acquitted of bribery charges

    Four senior journalists at the Rupert Murdoch-owned Sun were cleared Friday of bribing defense officials for tips, including information about Prince William and his brother Harry at Sandhurst military academy. A jury deliberated for a total of 48...