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Saying the money can be better used, members of a House panel voted Thursday to let cities and counties put their legal notices online instead of in newspapers.
Mesa’s isn’t No. 3. It’s No. 1. We’re not slighting the qualities of Scottsdale or Gilbert, which came in at No. 7 and 16, respectively, on Money magazine’s annual list of the best American cities to live.
NEW YORK -- Cassy Hayes and Jasmine Coleman were among the first fans to arrive outside the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles where Michael Jackson was brought and later pronounced dead.
Our nation’s governing classes aren’t happy with the news media. At first glance, it’s hard to believe they aren’t satisfied with the coverage they receive. The major media with few exceptions (Wall Street Journal, Fox News) are populated with leftists who reveal their bias in their news reporting choices as well as in their opinion pieces. The recent discovery of the “journo-list” e-mails exposed a national press corps not only sycophantically supporting candidate Obama for the presidency but actually strategizing among themselves how to influence the election.
July 24, 2004
A record number of reporters, photographers and bloggers are in town to cover nearly every possible angle of the Tostitos BCS National Championship game on Monday.
When attorney Garrett Simpson walked into a downtown Phoenix jailhouse in Aug. 2004, he saw a spectacle before him: heavily armored police, bright lights and dozens of rabid journalists.
MIAMI — As horrific images of Haiti flashed across the screens, murmurs of recognition floated through the audience at Univision Network's live celebrity telethon, many people nodding as they recalled disasters in their native countries.
New federal rules that would allow a single company to own newspapers and broadcast outlets in the same market are on hold for now while pressure is building for a congressional veto showdown with President Bush.
WASHINGTON - Rules governing ownership of newspapers and television and radio stations are on the verge of changes that could significantly alter who controls what people see, hear and read.
Monday’s decision by the Federal Communications Commission green-lighting more media consolidation drew scorn and praise from consumer advocates, media experts and industry insiders.
NEW YORK - Try to control the media? Not me, says Angelina Jolie. The star of the new film "A Mighty Heart," about the widow of slain reporter Daniel Pearl and freedom of the press, says her representatives were trying to protect her when they sought to make media outlets sign an agreement not to ask personal questions during interviews.
February 9, 2005
A group promoting a state initiative targeting illegal immigrants removed a statement on its Web site Friday that said its members won't speak to Spanish media.
A group promoting a state initiative targeting illegal immigrants removed a statement on its Web site Friday that said its members won’t speak to Spanish media.
September 24, 2004
The first physical sign of the Oct. 13 presidential debate in Tempe is rising as Arizona State University starts constructing a $1 million "tent" to house more than 1,000 journalists.
"Comprehensive media reform." That term has an interesting "ring" to it, don't you think?And depending on the outcome of this year's national election, it could become a serious policy issue in Washington.
We were greatly amused by the call last week from a coalition of "consumer" and "public interest" groups to "protect public broadcasting from politically motivated bureaucrats and lawmakers." They’re especially anguished about political string-pulling on the Public Broadcasting System, which feeds at the federal trough.
Chris Coppola: We heard from a lot of people around the country Friday, and more than a few closer to home, who were not happy with us here at the Tribune. This was disappointing because many of these same folks, just one day earlier, were thrilled with us.
Ready or not, the Valley is getting its close-up. The Super Bowl provides its host cities an international stage, as thousands of members of the national media arrive.
So I woke up early on Labor Day, and wandered outside my house to grab the morning paper. And I’ve been thinking about that moment ever since.
As Ahwatukee Foothills restaurant owners have come to learn, social media is the new frontier for marketing. If used correctly, popular sites such as Facebook and Twitter can be interactive and innovative tools for attracting customers.
PASADENA, Calif. - When Paula Abdul wanted to make a splash, she didn't call a press conference or give an interview. She used Twitter, the same social-media site where she once told her fans, "Craving some ice cream ... Mmmm."
New and unlovely creatures continue to emerge from the Pandora's Box of “campaign finance reform,” so avidly touted by such luminaries as Arizona Sen. John McCain as the true path to political righteousness.