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  • It's law enforcement vs. the 1st Amendment, and citizens are losing

    If you drive down Buckeye Road at the southern edge of Lima, Ohio, you'll pass an industrial complex where General Dynamics makes armored vehicles for the U.S. military. But if you stop and take a photograph, you just might find yourself detained by...
  • Vanity Fair To Launch First-Ever TV Series On Investigation Discovery

    Vanity Fair is set to launch its first-ever TV series, "Vanity Fair Confidential," on Discovery Communication's Investigation Discovery network in the fourth quarter of this year. To produce the one-hour episodes, ID producers will comb through Vanity...
  • 'Scandal,' 'House of Cards,' 'The Bridge,' 'Orphan Black' Among Peabody Winners

    The 73rd annual Peabody Award winners are a typically eclectic list ranging from hits such as ABC's "Scandal" and AMC's "Breaking Bad" to Netflix's groundbreaking drama "House of Cards" to BBC America's buzzworthy "Orphan Black." Among the scripted...
  • Cuban blogger says her digital newspaper is launching soon

    MIAMI Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez says her planned digital newspaper is just weeks away from its debut, with a dozen staffers getting last minute training and looking for novel ways to distribute the reports with text messages, emails and digital memory...
  • Jonathan Schell dies at 70; author and anti-nuclear activist

    Jonathan Schell dies at 70; author and anti-nuclear activist
    Jonathan Schell, the author, journalist and activist who wrote passionately and cogently about war and politics for more than 40 years, condemning conflicts from Vietnam to Iraq and galvanizing the anti-nuclear movement with his horrifyingly detailed...
  • Egyptian court lets Al-Jazeera journalists speak but not go free

    CAIRO An Egyptian court held its fourth session Monday in the criminal case against three Al-Jazeera journalists accused of fabricating news and running a terror cell on behalf of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood. But when the prosecution failed for...
  • Former WFTV reporter reveals mental illness

    Former WFTV reporter reveals mental illness
    Sunday was reporter-anchor Mark Joyella's final day at WFTV-Channel 9. He is now opening up about his life, writing: "I've kept it to myself for years, but now I believe the only way to fight the stigma of mental illness is to talk about my own."...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac University first in Northeast to launch master's program in sports journalism

    Quinnipiac University will introduce a new master of science in sports journalism program in Fall 2014, becoming the first university in the Northeast and second in the nation to offer a graduate degree in sports journalism. The 36-credit program,...
  • Spanish journalists freed after six months in captivity in Syria

    AMMAN, Jordan -- Two Spanish journalists taken hostage in Syria more than six months ago have been freed, their newspaper said. Javier Espinoza, a staff writer at Spain’s El Mundo daily newspaper, and Ricardo Garcia Vilanova, a photographer,...
  • Panel: Print news isn't dead, but only a part of media's future

    PHOENIX News in print is far from dead but just one of many platforms in a constantly changing market, a panel of industry leaders said Friday. "There are many different kinds of models out there," said Leonard Downie Jr., former executive editor and...
  • Venezia: Feet to the Fire Forum adds guests, venues

    Venezia: Feet to the Fire Forum adds guests, venues
    April is around the corner, and so is Feet to the Fire Forum season. This year, members of the Feet to the Fire team — Daily Pilot Editor John Canalis, Voice of OC Editor Norberto Santana Jr. and Orange County Register columnist Jack Wu —...