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Well well, you’ve chosen to become a journalist. It seems like the hard part is over. Unfortunately, journalism is an intimidatingly broad field in 2014, and choosing between a focus in reporting, broadcast and multimedia can seem impossible.   Full story
NBCNews.com has begun teasing its "new, faster" homepage design to users.  Full story
In the "Today Show" "coverage" of TV movie "Sharknado 2" (which just happens to be airing on NBCUniversal owned Syfy), the graphics folks decided to a have a little fun by sending a shark fin wandering across the lower third.  Full story
A CNN correspondent who was delivering a live report from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday was forced to take cover when a blast from Israel's shelling of Gaza City rocked a building just 200 yards behind him.  Full story
KHON2 welcomes veteran newscaster Howard Dashefsky back to the anchor desk to launch a 9 p.m. newscast on September 8, 2014.  Full story
Water main break has flooded the UCLA campus and a fake DWP worker calls in and pranks ABC 7.  Full story
Madeleine Haeringer has been promoted to executive producer of international news at NBC News, SVP of newsgathering David Verdi announced today.  Full story
Parts of C-SPAN online are going behind a paywall.  Full story
We all know television news reporting can sometimes be dangerous, and it’s very often quite weird. But few of us can claim to have experienced a “ghost attack.” But Harrisburg Fox station WPMT reporter Katie Kyros and photographer Nick Petrillo just got lucky.  Full story
CNN’s strength has always been covering breaking news, and in a month that featured plenty of it, including the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 and war breaking out on the Gaza Strip, the network’s ratings surged.  Full story
Former KSAT-TV reporter Jennifer Dodd is joining a San Antonio competitor: KENS-TV.  Full story
A Lebanese TV channel is using the Arabic letter N in its logo, in what appears to be a show of solidarity with Christians in Iraq.  Full story
ESPN has suspended commentator Stephen A. Smith for a week after he made some controversial remarks about domestic violence (that he apologized for yesterday). Here’s the tweet from Sports Illustrated journalist Richard Deitsch announcing the decision.  Full story
Today gives you a look at Al Roker and Matt Lauer in “Sharknado 2,” in a scene where Roker warns of powerful tornadoes hitting Manhattan.  Full story
A news report about a small fire with no injuries took the internet by storm last week. The question is why.   Full story
From a humble start in 1979 to a massive new studio, see how “SportsCenter” has evolved over the past 35 years in this ESPN gallery.   Full story
“Fox News Sunday” is gaining ratings momentum in Washington D.C., beating its major-network competition in all categories for the first time in seven years.  Full story
The Government Accountability Office dinged the FCC in report released today for failing to collect enough information to judge TV station joint-operation deals.  Full story
An accused sex offender who was profiled recently on John Walsh‘s CNN show The Hunt was killed by New York police today as they were trying to arrest him on charges that he molested a young child.  Full story
The New Zealand Herald apologised on Monday after running a photo of Jackass comedian Ryan Dunn alongside a story about the death of a New Zealand-born Israeli soldier.  Full story
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