February 13, 2007

On Politcal Leanings, Newspapers Just Follow the Money

Recent research by two University of Chicago economists studied 417 newspapers – 70 percent of total newspaper circulation in the U.S. – for bias and found that newspapers are more likely than not to reflect their readers' views and political leanings.

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Consumer Control Comes to Repressive Regimes

Anti-censorship groups are using a large and growing constellation of computer servers, known as proxies, to develop new ways of evading censors.

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Study Shows Importance of Traditional Media

While “old media” rarely gets good press anywhere these days, traditional and local media still carry a great deal of influence with consumers, according to a survey by the University of Southern California's Annenberg Strategic Public Relations Center.

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Reporters Are the Subject in Latest News on Outsourcing

Over the past few years, the issue of outsourcing American jobs to countries like India has received considerable amount of attention from reporters. Now it seems reporting is the latest job that companies are moving offshore.

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