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Watch Marc Lamont Hill Blast Racial Canards Used To Distract From Brown Shooting

From the August 20 edition of CNN's Newsroom: Previously: Right-Wing Media Push "Black-On-Black" Crime Canard To Deflect From Ferguson Police Shooting O'Reilly To Marc Lamont Hill: "Say You're A Cocaine Dealer -- And You Kind Of Look Like One A Little Bit" Who Let The Smart Guy On Fox News? Fox News Fires Liberal Commentator For Being Too Liberal

At St. Louis Public Radio, chasing rumors and finding news

6 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

ST. LOUIS — It’s quiet in the newsroom of St. Louis Public Radio on Wednesday. In the studio, host Don Marsh speaks with the Rev. Willis Johnson and the Rev. B.T. Rice about faith and Ferguson, Missouri. Then TweetDeck barks. “It’s happening,”...Show More Summary

Fireworks: Larry Elder, Marc Lamont Hill Battle on Race

Radio host Larry Elder and CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill battled over the issue of race in the context of the situation in Ferguson on Wednesday’s “CNN Newsroom.” Hill criticized President Barack Obama’s statement on the tragedy and...Show More Summary

‘Where’s the calming?’ Scenes from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s morning meeting

9 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

ST. LOUIS — Around 10 a.m. on Wednesday morning, a small group of journalists stand in a loose circle on the fifth-floor newsroom of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. It’s quiet except for the static of the scanner. Many desks sit empty, for now. Show More Summary

Startup that places women in tech jobs plans journalism vertical

12 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

News organizations have one great advantage over tech companies, Katharine Zaleski says: They’re used to people working remotely. “For years now, decades, newsrooms have been set up where someone can work remotely because of the bureau...Show More Summary

James Franco Offends Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea, and Jason Derulo in a VMA Special

In this double-promotional bit, James Franco is Dave Skylark, the character he plays in his new movie, The Interview, covering the upcoming MTV VMAs. (With Timothy Simons and Seth Rogen doing their best Newsroom impressions in the control room.) Franco's a mix between Zach Galifianakis on "Between Two Ferns" and a... More »

When a Film Star Dies

The untimely death of Robin Williams by asphyxiation on August 11, 2014, completely blindsided the world. As the tragic news of his passing broke -- sending television newsroom underlings scrambling to the archives for video clips, and...Show More Summary

CNN's Rosemary Church Asks "Why Not Perhaps Use Water Cannon" In Ferguson

From the August 19 edition of CNN's CNN Newsroom: Related: After Peaceful Start, More Tear Gas and Gunfire During Ferguson Protests h/t Deadspin

Newsroom Titles You'll Need to Know

Summary: Jim Romenesko takes us on a tour of one of today's new newsrooms, based on position descriptions at Gannett's Pensacola News Journal. Best as we can tell, the City Editor is now the Community Content Editor, or maybe the Content Coach. Preserve us! Better know who you're asking for well in advance. Take a tour, maybe, beforehand.

The Vanishing American Newsroom

One photographer's unrestricted look at a newspaper's struggle to survive.

Elder: If Everything Has to Be Racially Representative, Obama Can’t be President

Talk radio host Larry Elder rebutted arguments that Ferguson’s police force had to represent the city’s demographics on Monday’s “CNN Newsroom.” “I live in Compton, a suburb of Los Angeles that used to be almost all black," Elder said. Show More Summary

Ben Carson: I Challenged Al Sharpton to a Debate

Monday on Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” former Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson discussed the unfolding events in Ferguson, MO and what sort of steps ought to be taken to quell the violence stemming from the protests tied to the police shooting of Michael Brown. Show More Summary

Last Call for InquirerBased Kickstarter Project, With Even Better Rewards

Is it just me or does it feel like everything in the news this week is a little bit out of control? In the name of a lazy transition, that’s probably how Will Steacy felt as he started to photograph the newsroom of the Philadelphia Inquirer to document all the changes it, too, was undergoing. Show More Summary

Doughnut burgers, square-dancing tractors and other stories from the state fair

(Graphic by Jessie Bradway/BSU Journalism at the Fair) One day, they live-tweeted the birth of a calf. One day, bull-riding cowboys stomped 20 feet from the newsroom. And after a few days in their makeshift newsroom, students from Ball...Show More Summary

Former CNBC Reporter Mines Mercantile Exchange Days for Debut Novel

It’s been a while since Jeff Leshay earned his living as a journalist. But the newsroom and field notes he took in the 1990s, prior to easing into PR, proved invaluable for the writing of his first novel. From an interview feature by Sun-Times...Show More Summary

Pensacola News Journal auctions off ‘pieces of journalism history’ (an old phone, anyone?)

The Pensacola News Journal – one of the Gannett papers that’s creating “The Newsroom of the Future” – is auctioning off old newsroom items (the paper calls them “journalism history”) tomorrow morning. “We’re selling everything – everything must go,” says reporter Troy Moon. “I don’t know what half this stuff is.” Fire extinguishers, books, a … Read More

WCHS ND Responds to Reports His Station is Ignoring Congressial Candidate

WCHS news director Matt Snyder has responded to claims his newsroom is ignoring Ed Rabel‘s run for Congress. “Eyewitness News at WCHS-WVAH TV is committed to covering news important to the people of West Virginia without bias or agenda,” Snyder wrote in a statement. Show More Summary

I have a feeling Chris Christie & Co. will take care of that irked resident

This was on the front page of Wednesday’s Daily Record in Morristown, NJ. The paper is owned by Gannett, which is laying off copy editors as it creates its “newsroom of the future.”

Charleston Station told to Ignore Congressional Candidate Because of Views on Local TV

Charleston, WV, ABC affiliate WCHS has reportedly told newsroom staff to ignore congressional candidate Ed Rabel because of an op-ed he wrote last year. The former CBS and NBC correspondent wrote an article for the Charleston Gazette...Show More Summary

WKRC Adds Anchor from Terre Haute

Sydney Benter is set to join Cincinnati CBS affiliate WKRC as an anchor and reporter, tomorrow. This is a return to WKRC for Benter, who interned in the newsroom while working on her degree from the University of Cincinnati. “When she...Show More Summary

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