Beef Products Inc., the South Dakota-based company suing ABC News for defamation, has asked that the case be returned to South Dakota state court and out of federal jurisdiction. come prendersi cura della pelle del viso The Jan. 17 article by Reuters, headlined “BPI wants ABC ‘pink slime’ defamation case back in state court,” reports that “BPI’s attorneys argued that a state … [Read more...] about $1.2 billion defamation suit against ABC News pending, while BPI tries to get case back to South Dakota Court
The St. Louis Media History Foundation has announced its 2012 inductees to the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame, and all have made their mark on St. Louis journalism, advertising and public relations. code promo dieti natura The inductees were elected by the St. Louis Media History Foundation board of directors from among dozens of nominees and were announced Jan. 29. They will … [Read more...] about St. Louis media hall of fame to induct 17 new members
Editor's note: This is a preview of a story that will appear in the Winter 2013 print issue of Gateway Journalism Review. Nails manicured, hair parted on the right and swept to the left, wearing a conservative charcoal suit with white shirt, Speaker of the House John Boehner was sworn in to office Jan. 3. The speaker added a splash of color to his ensemble wearing a … [Read more...] about Is it fashionable to note personal appearances in political coverage?
When the Greek debt crisis began more than three years ago, those writing and broadcasting about it needed victims and villains for their narratives. At first, those roles were blurred. In late 2009, Greeks had elected the center-left party, PASOK, to change a rotting system of clientelism and corruption that had bankrupted the country. Yet PASOK and the conservative party, … [Read more...] about Mainstream media misses critical details of Greek debt crisis
Editor's note: This is a preview of a story that will appear in the Winter 2013 print issue of Gateway Journalism Review. buy rocket sign language Perhaps no media outlet gives Rex Sinquefield better treatment than KTRS radio in St. Louis. Not only does the station regularly feature one of Sinquefield’s “experts” to talk about tax policy, when Sinquefield was … [Read more...] about Radio station dons kid gloves for Sinquefield