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Jeff Jarvis Asks Reuters CEO Andrew Rashbass: ‘Does TV News Have to Suck?’

mediabistro.com — Reuters CEO Andrew Rashbass was at The Paley Center for Media yesterday, and he took on a blunt but entertaining question posed by moderator Jeff Jarvis : "does TV news have to suck?"

Canada’s CBC News Shows What Thoughtful Breaking News Coverage Really Looks Like

mediabistro.com — For hours this afternoon, Canada's CBC News covered the breaking news of at least three shooting incidents in Ottawa. Led by veteran anchor Peter Mansbridge , the rolling coverage was smart, careful, and absolutely un-American. As NPR's Andy Carvin noted, Mansbridge set a respectful, careful tone, calling out interview subjects who had unconfirmed or contradictory information.
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Bob Eckstein Inks Deal With Potter Style

mediabistro.com — Cartoonist and author Bob Eckstein has landed a book deal with the Potter Style imprint at Random House. The new project, entitled Footnotes From the World's Greatest Bookstores, was inspired by Eckstein's "Bookstores of New York" series. The New Yorker published " part 1" in June and " part 2 " earlier this week.
Oct 23, 2014

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‘I’m Trying to Think of a Stronger Word Than Atrocious’

mediabistro.com — Jeremy Scahill , the investigative reporter at The Intercept and author of Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army, slammed American media coverage of the attack on Canada's Parliament Wednesday. "I'm trying to think of a stronger word than atrocious or embarrassing."
Oct 23, 2014

Tosa native Scahill calls US media reporting of Canada shooting atrocious compared to thoughtful CBC coverage. mediabistro.com/tvnewser/im-tr…

Oct 23, 2014

RT @tvnewser: Of American cable news on #Ottawa, @jeremyscahill says “I’m trying to think of a stronger word than atrocious.” mediabistro.com/tvnewser/im-tr…