Tuesday, September 21, 2010

This week's topic links

Fox News Sues Carnahan


Jake Wagman, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Fox News sues Robin Carnahan over campaign commercial"

Jake Wagman, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Carnahan says Fox News lawsuit could have 'chilling' effect"

Robin Carnahan for Senate campaign site: "We're Fighting to Make Sure People Hear the Truth"

Photojournalist's Double Life

Marc Perusquia, Memphis Commercial-Appeal: "Photographer Ernest Withers doubled as FBI informant to spy on civil rights movement"

Spying on PA Moviegoers

Donald Gilliland, Harrisburg (PA) Patriot-News: Read his series of stories about PA Homeland Security tracking anti-natural gas protesters, including those who attended a screening of the documentary "Gasland"

Marian Wang, ProPublica.org: "Pa. Governor Apologizes for Tracking Enviro Extremists, but Questions Remain"

Alison Rose Levy, The Huffington Post: "Gasland: When Going to the Movies Means You're a Terrorist"

Covering or Leading the Revolution?

David Carr, The New York Times: "Blurring Satire and Politics"

Jon Stewart, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: He announces plans for his "Rally to Restore Sanity"

Apple Building "News Store"

Shira Ovide and Yukari Iwatani Kane, The Wall Street Journal: "Apple Coaxes Publishers to Join It on iPad Subscriptions"

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