Wednesday, April 6, 2011

This week's topic links

Tweets Put Sports Reporters On Hot Seat

Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "I am embarrassed and I apologize"

Eric Blumberg Off the Bench Twitter feed, KOMU-TV: "#Mizzou email I've seen"

David Briggs, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Some reporters burned by itchy Twitter fingers"

Greg Hall, KC Confidential blog: "OTC: Mizzou Gets Whitewashed by Painter & Twitter"

Little Faith in Haith

Columbia Missourian story collection: "Mike Anderson resigns; Missouri hires Frank Haith"

Joe Walljasper, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Alden sees what rest do not"

Jeff Gordon, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Tipsheet: Apparently, Frank Haith no chance"

Read multiple media reports and fan reaction on

Koran Burning and Media Behavior

Cathy Lynn Grossman, Faith and Reason blog, USA Today: "Should media have reported the Fla. Quran burning?"

Group Says TV Journalist an FBI Snitch

John Solomon and Aaron Mehta, The Center For Public Integrity: "Memo suggests FBI had mole inside ABC News in 1990s"

GE Paying No Taxes?
David Kocieniewski, The New York Times: "G.E.'s Strategies Let It Avoid Taxes Altogether"

Allan Sloan and Jeff Gerth, Fortune: "Setting the Record Straight on GE's Taxes"

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