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Drexel Television Industry Expert Available to Discuss Rammifications of ABC v. Aereo

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Lying a Major Part of the American Experience

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935 LIES: The Future of Truth and the Decline of America’s Moral Integrity, a new book by professor and journalist at AU’s School of Communication Charles Lewis, examines the consequences of decades of deception from the government and corporation.

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Law and Tech Expert Available for Commentary on ABC v Aereo SCOTUS Case

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USC Annenberg Releases Results of Eighth GAP Study Assessing PR Industry Trends and Practices

Results from the eighth biennial Communication and Public Relations Generally Accepted Practices (GAP VIII) Study were released today by the USC Annenberg Strategic Communication and Public Relations Center (SCPRC). The purpose of the GAP Study is to provide senior communicators with timely guidance as they manage their organizations, develop strategy, and prepare for the future

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New Study Finds Internet Not Responsible for Dying Newspapers

A University of Chicago Booth School of Business study finds assumptions about the decline of newspapers are based on three false premises.

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Forcing Journalists to Reveal Sources: Expert Available to Speak on Recent Supreme Court Ruling

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Jill Abramson to Wake Forest Grads: 'Show What You Are Made Of’

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It was the commencement ceremony the entire world was watching. In her first public appearance since losing her job as the Executive Editor of The New York Times, Jill Abramson addressed a sea of graduates, their families and more than 50 credentialed media at Wake Forest University.

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Abramson’s Exit From NY Times No News to One Newsroom Watcher

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Partisan Media Driving a Wedge Between Citizens

Viewing partisan news reports from both the conservative and liberal viewpoints doesn’t make people more accepting of citizens on the other side of the political fence.

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IU Survey: U.S. Journalists Say They Are Less Satisfied and Have Less Autonomy

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The reporters, editors and producers who put out the news every day are less satisfied with their work, say they have less autonomy in their work and tend to believe that journalism is headed in the wrong direction, according to the initial findings of "The American Journalist in the Digital Age," a representative survey of U.S. journalists conducted by the Indiana University School of Journalism.

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