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  • U.S. court: Companies can't litigate secretly to protect image

    (Reuters) - In a victory for consumers, a federal appeals court on Wednesday directed that litigation about a product linked to the death of an infant be made public, saying the manufacturer could not keep the details secret to protect its image.
  • WVEC TV in Hampton Roads uses Google Glass to take viewers behind the scenes

    WVEC TV in Hampton Roads uses Google Glass to take viewers behind the scenes
    WVEC-TV, the ABC affiliate in Hampton Roads, is giving its 13News Now at Daybreak viewers a peak at its newscast this week using Google Glass technology. The show, airing at 6 a.m., will show different crew members wearing the device for a first-hand...

    Supreme Court Campaign Finance Decision to Boost TV, Radio

    As public interest groups were quick to decry the Supreme Court's decision on Wednesday that removes the aggregate limits on an individual's total contributions to candidates, there is a possible beneficiary to the loosening of the restrictions: Local...

    FCC Votes to Bar Stations from Jointly Selling Ad Time

    The FCC on Monday prohibited so-called "sidecar" deals among stations in the same market, a move that Chairman Tom Wheeler said will close a loophole that has allowed major media groups to skirt media ownership rules. The FCC's order, on a 3-2 vote, puts...

    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...