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What Exactly Are Reporters’ Rights?

Everybody knows that the First Amendment allows for freedom of the press.  It gives journalists the power to report stories without the fear of persecution and prosecution.  But in a world that is becoming increasingly privatized, just how far does … Continue reading

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Deadliest Nations for Journalists 2013

International conflict is nothing new and over the years countless journalists have followed turmoil in an attempt to document the heinous crimes going on around the world.  In their attempt to capture the reality and strife of war and danger, … Continue reading

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Visual Journalists Feel Brunt of Job Cuts Since 2000

Earlier this month the Times Herald-Record, a small publication from Middletown, N.Y. announced that they were cutting seven newsroom jobs, four of which were the last remaining positions of their photo department.  Citing “new technologies” and “economic realities” as the … Continue reading

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Journalists Against Journalism; Reporters take issue with government surveillance

The Edward Snowden story has made headlines across nearly every news outlet across the globe, but the latest story doesn’t have to do with his asylum or the government’s attempt to prosecute.  Reporters and news organizations have taken this opportunity … Continue reading

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