John Sununu, Boston Globe columnist and former Republican New Hampshire Senator, promises no more commentaries about cable and Internet issues after watchdog Media Matters complained about an apparent conflict of interest.
A former reporter who allegedly killed two TV journalists in Virginia during an on-air live segment today from Moneta apparently killed himself while being persued by police and federal agents, according to law enforcement officials.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, up for election Oct. 19, has "a peculiar hatred for sharing information" and shows "outright hostility" to the press, said the N.Y. Times. Perhaps the Canadian PR Society will look into this.
Broadcasting Board of Governors, which houses propaganda units of the US government, today opted for a lower key executive than the exited Andy Lack of NBC News to counter lies of Putin, success of ISIS.
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