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Mark Slavit | KRCG | 9/19/2014
The donation from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation will increase faculty salaries.
Thane Grauel and Michael Risinit | lohud.com | 9/19/2014
Sam Zherka publishes the weekly Westchester Guardian and is active in Tea Party politics.
Anna Schiffbauer | Student Press Law Center | 9/19/2014
The school's newspaper staff has been battling administrators over editorial control.
Jack Mirkinson | Huffington Post | 9/18/2014
How are newspapers in Britain reporting today's election story?
Mathew Ingram | Mathew Ingram | 9/18/2014
Students at the Mt. San Antonio College journalism school were depressed about how no one was reading their print newspaper, so their instructor shut it down and now they are publishing long-form journalism on Medium through a unique partnership with the site
Rod Nordland | The New York Times | 9/18/2014
An Afghan woman has become the seventh journalist killed in Afghanistan so far this year.
Kenneth T. Walsh | U.S. News & World Report | 9/17/2014
Gallup poll finds public has little trust in the news media.
Shaun Walker | The Guardian | 9/17/2014
Former Olympic gymnastics champion to quit as MP in Russian president's party to take control of National Media Group
Alan Krawitz | 10,000 Words | 9/16/2014
In June, the Supreme Court basically sided with the government by turning down Risen’s appeal related to a case whereby prosecutors are attempting to secure evidence in what they say is a national security prosecution.
Rem Rider | USA Today | 9/16/2014
The kickoff event at the American Society of News Editors convention, held this year in conjunction with Associated Press Media Editors, focused on "What's new/What's next? Trends every editor should know."
Melissa Carroll | University of Houston | 9/16/2014
A study conducted by a researcher at the University of Houston (UH) finds those who read printed news publications read more news and also remember more news than those who read news online. 
Press Release | NAA | 9/16/2014
The Newspaper Association of America, American Society of News Editors, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, and the Association of Alternative Newsmedia filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission to encourage the FCC to maintain an open Internet.
John Dyer | Nieman Reports | 9/15/2014
Extreme weather may be changing attitudes about disaster reporting, making editors and the public more receptive to stories questioning preparedness