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Doing your job from a war zone is undoubtedly one of the most difficult things a reporter can do. It can leave you tongue-tied, or leave you shattered.  Full story
Gannett today reported that the company's acquisition of Belo Corp. drove significant growth in broadcasting segment results while the digital and publishing divisions also contributed to strongly profitable results for the quarter.  Full story
Time Warner Inc. (TWX)’s board took its first concrete step to fend off Rupert Murdoch’s unwanted takeover offer by eliminating a provision in its bylaws that let shareholders call special meetings.  Full story
Joy Behar thinks the dramatic shake-up at “The View” — including the axing of Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy — will help boost her old show’s ratings.  Full story
There's a reason proofreading exists. And apparently, its pitfalls are all too real for this guy, whose diploma from the University of California-Berkeley hung on his wall for six years before he noticed a rather unfortunate typo.   Full story
Journalists spend most of their working days in familiar environments. For me, that mainly means the Sky News studio in London, following a well-worn routine: interviews, breaking news, discussions.  Full story
The body of a television reporter was found in Honduras on Monday a day after he went missing. He had been shot twice.  Full story
Sarah Dunlap Burke, a Chicago area native and veteran news producer who began as an intern at Tribune Broadcasting WGN-Channel 9, has been hired as assistant news director at ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7.  Full story
Earlier this month, The Huffington Post published an article that revealed why so many female news anchors bare their arms on television. This got Conan O’Brien thinking: What if men were asked to do the same?  Full story
Ayman Mohyeldin, the NBC News correspondent who personally witnessed yesterday’s killing by Israel of four Palestinian boys on a Gazan beach and who has received widespread praise for his brave and innovative coverage of the conflict, has been told by NBC executives to leave Gaza immediately.  Full story
Glenn Greenwald broke the story yesterday of an NBC News reporter who got pulled from Gaza after he tweeted pictures of the aftermath of an Israeli attack on Gaza and posted something not-too-friendly towards the State Department on Facebook.   Full story
The downing of MH17 over eastern Ukraine was the main story on the front pages of most of most newspapers around the world on Friday. Not so in Russia, where the state-run Rossiyskaya Gazeta led with a story about the eating habits of Russians, relegating the 298 deaths aboard MH17 to the bottom of the front page.  Full story
Rob Marciano is leaving his co-hosting job at “ET” to join “GMA,” an ABC News insider told TheWrap.  Full story
Rhonda Errer LaVelle is the new KPRC 2 news director a station source has confirmed.  Full story
CNN international correspondent Diana Magnay called a group Israelis “scum” Thursday as she says the group was cheering as Israel continued its aggressive action against Gaza.  Full story
WWL-TV will add weekend-morning newscasts starting Aug. 9 and a weeknight newscast on sister station WUPL starting September 9, the New Orleans CBS affiliate announced Thursday (July 17).  Full story
A hidden camera was discovered recently in a bathroom at Cleveland TV station WEWS, according to a memo sent to station employees.  Full story
Dag Vega — the White House liaison to the TV networks, and one of the few original Obama staffers who moved into 1600 Pennsylvania 5½ years ago — will leave for a soon-to-be-announced job in the private sector on July 25.  Full story
His anchor ambitions thwarted in Chicago, Frank Holland is moving on to Boston.  Full story
CBS46′s news director Lane Michaelsen has left the station abruptly after just 15 months for a new job.  Full story
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