April 5, 2016
by Barth Keck | April 5, 2016 6:14pm
As students in my Media Literacy class delivered their presentations recently on “The Future of News,” a common theme emerged: Social media has changed the news forever.
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April 4, 2016
by Staff Report | April 4, 2016 4:36pm
March 31, 2016
by Jack Kramer | March 31, 2016 11:00am
March 29, 2016
by Jack Kramer | March 29, 2016 10:47pm
March 25, 2016
by Susan Bigelow | March 25, 2016 10:00am
Have you heard of CT-N? It’s that channel you flip past which is sometimes showing speakers droning on at hearings, and sometimes showing video of the empty senate chamber while classical music plays. Thanks to a debate over how to fund the network, people have been asking: do we really need them?
We absolutely do.
March 22, 2016
by Christine Stuart | March 22, 2016 5:29am
The General Administration and Elections Committee narrowly approved a bill Monday that would expand television coverage of state government.
March 18, 2016
by Collin Binkley | March 18, 2016 2:48pm
BOSTON (AP) — Colleges and universities are under growing pressure from Congress and campus activists to reveal financial investments made through their endowments, but most institutions are standing firm against the idea.
March 16, 2016
by David A. Lieb | March 16, 2016 9:00pm
by Associated Press | March 16, 2016 8:59pm
Lawmakers in every state have adopted laws requiring most government meetings and records to be open to the public. But in some states, lawmakers have exempted themselves from complying.
March 15, 2016
by Mary Spicuzza and Jeremy B. White | March 15, 2016 11:59am
The Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision effectively wiped out key campaign finance regulations that had been in effect for decades, so requiring more disclosure of campaign donors may be the only way for the public to have some control over political campaigns. Yet Congress and the states have shown little appetite to do so.