The Poynter Institute profiles Michele Norris, new host of NPR’s All Things Considered.
Looks like Christopher Lydon’s running a weblog.
The NewsHour Extra website practices a “new hybrid online genre” that combines daily journalism with lesson plans, reports the New York Times.
Anne Garrels has left Baghdad.
Embedding “has been a public relations bonanza for the military,” says NPR host Bob Edwards, who shared other criticisms of the media with an audience in Kentucky, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
“Where should journalists draw a line separating news from opinion? Throughout much of Fox, the question never arises.” Howard Rosenberg reviews the Fox News Channel’s war coverage in the LA Times.
The contract for Mark Keefe, program manager of WNCW-FM in Spindale, N.C., will not be renewed after expiring June 30, according to the Asheville Citizen-Times. But Keefe told Triplearadio.com that “the report was premature.” WNCW recently faced FCC scrutiny over … Continue reading