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National Press Club president Jeff Ballou says the TV/movie star "depicted journalists as human beings" and this was "probably a good thing for the public's understanding of the media."
The National Press Club, referring to President-elect Trump’s refusal to answer a question from CNN’s Jim Acosta at yesterday’s presser, condemns his liberal use of the term “fake news.” (1 reader comment)
While fewer and fewer people are watching shows and sports in real-time on cable and broadcast TV, the cable news networks flourished in 2016 thanks to the drama surrounding the Presidential race. (1 reader comment)
Newly-elected Press Club president Jeff Ballou says it's time for journalists to "push back and reassert our role as guardians of truthful, solid, informative and in some cases dangerous reporting." (2 reader comments)
The Committee to Protect Journalists, which called Donald Trump “an unprecedented threat to the rights of journalists,” had its $1,000-a-plate banquet at the Waldorf-Astoria Nov. 22. Humble pie should have been served. (3 reader comments)
Since earned media is getting “harder to gain traction in,” PR people need to make “smart branded content recommendations for clients,” Communications Week was told Oct. 21.
NPC president Tommy Burr believes Donald Trump should "embrace the role of independent journalists in a democratic society." (2 reader comments)
PR people pitching media should do this in terms of what will benefit consumers and should “eliminate jargon,” reporters told a “Meet the Media” event Oct. 12 at G&S Business Communications.
Friends Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alex Skarlatos tell the story of their encounter with a terrorist on a train from Amsterdam to Paris last summer in The 15:17 to PARIS.