Safety First There's a growing sentiment that TV news operations must be careful that their coverage of hostage situations and the like doesn't endanger lives.
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Death in Vegas The fatal drug overdose and the suicide of two respected staffers stunned the Las Vegas Review-Journal's newsroom. The way the paper covered the tragedies raised serious questions.
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Going Live Newspaper Web sites are increasingly providing staff-produced breaking news. Their local TV counterparts are lagging far behind.
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By Sharon L. Peters
Northwestern University Media Management Center
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Becoming the Boss A San Jose Mercury News writer trades in her union-portected job to co-own and edit a Hollister, California, weekly.
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Ghostwriting for The Great One Wayne Gretzky hung up his hockey skates last year, and now he has
other stats to think about--like the word count on his syndicated
> read more By Sean Mussenden