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 BY EDWARD WASSERMAN

 

Edward Wasserman chides the media for failing to live up to their "golden age" watchdog reputation

 

 

 Woman with smartphonepictureYouthBY GARY GROSSMAN

 

Gary Grossman focuses on the changes in journalism in the age of smart phones

 

johnhamerarticleAmanda BelandBY JOHN HAMER 

 

John Hamer looks at the Leveson Report and other calls for media regulation, asks "Can News Councils Help? What Else Is Working?," and suggests the Washington News Council as a model



 

Thomas Gillmor Head ShotSilha Institute

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 BY RUSSELL FRANK

 

Russell Frank examines the purpose and effect of deliberately empty newspaper pages in "Blanking Out: When Newspapers Take the News Off"



 

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BY KIMBERLY BLESSING & JOSEPH MARREN

     

Kimberly Blessing & Joseph Marren wonder when public relations "spin" turns into "b.s."

 

lagronebridgePhoto: Amanda BelandBY KHEVEN LA GRONE

      

Kheven LaGrone analyses some aspects of communities in "Mirroring Diversity and Equality--San Francisco Style"



 

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 BY RAYMOND FIELDING

      

Raymond Fielding takes an "educational" approach to the 2012 elections in "Report the Winners and the Losers: Ballots and Beetles"



 

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