Ali Watkins, who now finds herself embroiled in a scandal over her relationship with a Senate Intelligence Committee source, acknowledge protecting sources was a problem on a podcast three years ago.
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Employers say Times reporter didn’t disclose romantic relationship with now-indicted political source
A New York Times reporter at the center of a criminal leaks investigation didn’t disclose her relationship with a now-indicted source, former employers say.
Cassandra Fairbanks intended to “troll” members of the online community, and Emma Roller’s commentary on her hand gesture was protected speech, the judge ruled.
Sacramento station KFBK is eliminating sports analysis and reports from their air in a shake-up that will see a renewed focus on news and commentary programming.
Mike McCormick and Aaron Smeltzer were killed when a tree fell on their vehicle during severe weather coverage.
An audio recording proves Donald Trump was wrong when he said the New York Times used a “fake source” in its reporting on a now-cancelled summit with North Korea.
Kevin Johnson wrote in a letter to the FCC that the Sinclair deal would create opportunities for a minority-owned company to acquire three broadcast stations.
Scott Jones of FTVLive.com says Tom Lewis of WMBB threatened legal action over a “fair use” video clip.
A lobbying group has accused Sinclair Broadasting of withholding more than 200 documents from the FCC over its proposed merger with Tribune.
The layoffs come as parent company Hearst seeks to consolidate news roles among its Texas newspapers.