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Mike Cavender's Corner
Any such law—even one that may have some flaws—is long overdue. Read More
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a Virginia law requiring state residency for access to public records. Read More
The next wave of digital disruption is a big topic in the broadcasting industry. Read More
It’s really appalling to see how many journalism students have difficulty composing a simple note or letter. Read More
Opportunities rise with the integration of traditional TV news with the web, social media and mobile. Read More
A new site launching later this year aims to connect news producers with freelance journalists around the world. Read More
The ability of television to bring this kind of history to us is great testament to the power and importance of the medium. Read More
President Obama has been sitting down with local TV reporters a lot lately. Read More
With the exploding popularity of social media comes the growing threat of bad guys doing bad things. Read More
Despite all the critics who complained the news coverage of Campaign 2012 favored President Obama, the new Tyndall Report... Read More