Who and what do you believe in the chaos of a breaking news story? Here’s some advice.
Five years ago, I was fortunate enough to spend six months on the staff of “Talk of the Nation,” the first three as an intern, the next three as a temporary assistant producer. I can say unequivocally that I have a career in journalism today because of what I learned there. Producing live radio is […]
When Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill expanding media access to state prisons, he was following in a long California tradition. Three previous governors have vetoed such bills that would let reporters record interviews with whatever prisoners they choose. So why does the Legislature keep butting heads with the governor on this issue? When the […]
BERKELEY, Calif (AP) — The University of California, Berkeley will pay a photojournalist $162,500 to settle a lawsuit alleging campus police illegally searched his camera for photos of a student protest outside the chancellor’s home. Attorneys for 43-year-old David Morse disclosed the settlement on Monday. Morse was arrested on suspicion of rioting while covering the […]