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By PBS NewsHour
What Spurred Crackdowns and New Restrictions on Chinese Press and Internet Media…
Since 2006, an estimated 50,000 people have died in drug- and gang-related violence in Mexico -- 49 of whom were found this weekend without heads, hands or feet outside Monterrey. Ray Suarez discusses the latest brutality with Alejandro Junco, owner…
For Troubled Media Industry, Some Hope as Mobile News Consumption Grows…
Marked by an interest in innovative techniques and bawdy satire, Warrington Colescott's challenging and witty fine art prints have buoyed him to national attention.
On a personal quest to bring his father's work to a broader audience, Carl Kohler's son Henry (together with his sister Frida) he approached galleries in hopes that someone would embrace the work, but didn't have any luck.
Hard hit by declining readers and revenues, newspapers across the country are making cuts or shutting down altogether. Experts examine how new online sources of local news and reporting are gaining popularity as newspapers cut back.
With record numbers of layoffs at newspapers around the country and some other publications, such as the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, moving entire operations online, industry professionals are struggling to find a new business model to carry them through the changing media…
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