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  • In Lebanon, friends plead for release of Indiana hostage Peter Kassig

    In Lebanon, friends plead for release of Indiana hostage Peter Kassig
    He was an unusual sight in this embattled but historic Lebanese port city, a Westerner who wasn't a journalist, a young man driven to provide humanitarian help to the unremitting flow of wounded and displaced from Syria's civil war. "He was full of...
  • Never mind the sunny side

    A few days ago Jim Romenesko posted this extract from a Facebook post by Beth Inglish McMillian, the new engagement editor at the Tennessean:  "I really don't like news that makes me feel sick to my stomach... and well that seems to be what our media in...
  • From Nate Silver to Jay Carney, more election coverage, less insight

    From Nate Silver to Jay Carney, more election coverage, less insight
    There is more media than ever covering American political life. And with each major election, the coverage seems to get worse – or, at least, more confused and misguided. That is certainly the story of national media performance in Tuesday’s...
  • Making a decimal point or two about the BCS, UCLA and Billy Cannon

    Making a decimal point or two about the BCS, UCLA and Billy Cannon
    Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at chris.dufresne@latimes.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes. Unbuckling the...
  • The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark

    The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark
    It was easy for Maziar Bahari and Jon Stewart to laugh now. They were sharing a table in the shade of oak trees at the annual film festival here, where their movie, "Rosewater," had just screened to five sellout audiences over Labor Day weekend. An...
  • Review: 'The Newsroom,' The Final Season

    Review: 'The Newsroom,' The Final Season
    "The Newsroom" didn't really cry out for a third and final season -- even a truncated six-episode one -- but Aaron Sorkin's creation remains as fascinating as it is frustrating, affording the writer extraordinaire a platform to vent about media excesses...
  • Journalism snapshots of the past - which looks like the present

    Journalism snapshots of the past - which looks like the present
    Journalism is by nature an art – or a craft, depending on your take – of the present, that old cliché about it being the first draft of history. I see it more as snapshots of time, and it’s interesting sometimes to go back through some...
  • Sean Kory beat man dressed as Fox News reporter for Halloween, police say

    Sean Kory beat man dressed as Fox News reporter for Halloween, police say
    A Santa Cruz man with a strong distaste for Fox News made his sentiments known by taking his aggression out on a Halloween reveler dressed as reporter for the network, police said. Sean Kory, 29, was arrested Friday on suspicion of attacking a man...
  • 'The Newsroom' Premiere: Olivia Munn Says 'Season 3 Is Our Best Season Yet'

    The "Newsroom" team was anything but melancholy at the show's Tuesday night premiere, when they gathered at the Directors Guild of America Theater to celebrate their three season run. Long done filming the final episodes, the cast greeted each other...
  • Chapter Six: A New Building, And New Suburban Focus

    Chapter Six: A New Building, And New Suburban Focus
    With the end of World War II came profound changes in how Americans lived, reshaping the nation's landscape — and the fortunes of The Courant. Over the next two decades, as the population swelled and the economy flourished, thousands gave up city...
  • Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town

    Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town
    The 1970s brought a fundamental shift in the management – and ownership – of most newspapers in the nation, including The Courant.] The Watergate scandal, and the role played by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, re-...