Though his contract is not up until December, early 2011 has seen its share of speculation about the fate of Glenn Beck and his hugely successful Fox News show. Both Beck's camp, namely his company Mercury Radio Arts, and the Fox News side have flexed in the press to prove that neither really ... More >>
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Every August, just before Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism school year begins, the shitstorm of trite comments about why anyone would ever waste their money on an unnecessary, very pricey, skills-based, advanced degree commences with a vengeance, as it already has on Gianna Palmer's Wall ... More >>
Thomas Hagan, the only man who ever admitted involvement in the assassination of Malcolm X, will be getting out of jail next month. Hagan was granted parole on March 3rd and is scheduled to be released on April 28th.
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September 22, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 49
A Newsman Views The Newest Paper
By Stan Fischler
After a lengthy courtship, the Journal-American, World Telegram and Sun, and Herald-Tribune finally joined their presses in journalistic marriage l ... More >>
bravotv.comFrank Bruni and Kelly Choi spoke last Thursday before an audience of wannabe hacks at Columbia University's School of Journalism, which they both attended -- Bruni, class of '88; Choi, '99. Bruni echoed a statement he recently made here on Fork in the Road: "I think it [new media j ... More >>
Assembly Democrats discussed mayoral school control for about four and a half hours yesterday, and virtually none of the dozens of members who spoke during the closed party conference supported continuing Bloomberg's control of city schools in its present form. Speaker Shelly Silve ... More >>