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    Supreme Court Coverage in the Digital Age

    Journalists who cover the Supreme Court talked about about ways digital media have changed how they do their jobs. They mentioned several times justices' reluctance to allow cameras in…

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    Media Coverage of Terrorism Issues

    Boston-based reporters and national counter-terrorism correspondents discussed the coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing April 2013. Topics included the sources they used and their use of…

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    Politics and Journalism

    TV, print and online reporters and editors talked about how they cover politics. Topics included the characteristics that distinguish each of their organizations from other, sources,…

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    History of Television News

    Former network television correspondents and producers talked about the state of television news, its history, and whether there ever was a ‘golden era’ of television…

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    Media Coverage of the Virginia Tech Tragedy

    Panelists spoke about media coverage of a school shooting incident at Virginia Tech University in which a student opened fire in a dormitory and a classroom, killing several other students…

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    The Future of the News Industry

    The panelists talked about the future of the news industry. Statistics were presented about the public obtaining news from newspapers, television news programs, or the…

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    Newspaper Ownership Changes

    A panel on “Numbers in the Newsroom: How Newspaper Ownership Changes Have Affected News Coverage and Editorial Independence” focused on the changing nature of the newspaper and…

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    Intellectual Property and Commercial Speech

    Panelists talked about legal issues surrounding commercial speech and intellectual property. Among the topics they addressed were copyright law, regulating certain types of…

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    State of Journalism

    Bill Moyers spoke about journalism and the news industry, media ethics, various experiences during his career, and the relationship between politicians and the media. He also talked…

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    Modern Newsgathering

    Panelists talked about methods of newsgathering and legal issues associated with reporting on current events. Among the topics they addressed were privacy rights, source…

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    Telecommunications Policy

    Panelists talked about media law and telecommunications policy. Mr. Fargo moderated the panel which focused on the transition to digital television, government regulation of…

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    Political Campaigns and Media Coverage

    A panel of college students presented papers on political cartoons during the 2000 presidential campaign, news coverage of the candidates' wives, and campaign advertising, followed by a…

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    Candidate-Controlled Communication Impact

    The panel of college students discussed the media, voters, and political campaigns, including the effects of presidential debates, political advertising, weekly radio addresses and the…

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    Role of Entertainment Media in Politics

    The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference focused on the role and quality of entertainment media. Panelists talked about whether the news had…

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    Diversity and Democracy

    Representative Frank talked about legal protections for minorities, press coverage of minority issues, and the role journalism plays in forming public opinion about minorities. He…

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    Satellite News Gathering

    The panel is from the annual meeting of the Association for Edcuation in Journalism and Mass Communications.

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    Racism, Sexism, and Ageism

    The panel is from the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.

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    Anonymous Sources and Their Consequences

    General McRaney discussed being both a named and unnamed source as a spokesman for the Air Force. Professor Wearden referred to research studies dealing with percentages of anonymous…

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    Public Relations & Advertising Education

    The panel is from the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. The theme of the meeting is “Freedom and Equity in Journalism and…

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    Covering the Supreme Court

    The panel is from the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.

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