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Media talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
Wed November 28, 2012
Views of the News: Dixon Rape Accusations; Pinkel Rumors; Leveson Impact; Big Data; Drone Zone
Rape Accusation, No Charges Against Mizzou Player
Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune: "No charges filed after Dixon accused of rape"
Rob Dauser, NBC Sports: "Michael Dixon accused of, never charged with, sexual assault"
Vahe Gregorian, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "Details on Mizzou's Dixon are out"
Corey Rudd, Bleacher Report: "Missouri Basketball: Why the Michael Dixon Suspension Could Derail the Season"
Pinkel Rumors and Media Responsibility
The Columbia Heart Beat: "RUMORS OF PINKEL'S DEMISE: Much exaggerated, but broadcast by St. Louis CBS station"
Andrew Astleford, Fox Sports Kansas City: "Pinkel rumors swirl, but his fight continues"
Leveson Report: Predicting the Impact
Katie Dowell, TheLawyer.com: "The Leveson Report: what will it recommend?"
Georg Szalai, The Hollywood Reporter: "Celebrity Coverage, Media Regulation in European Spotlight"
L.V. Anderson, Slate: "Can You Libel Someone on Twitter?"
Big Data, Big Journalism
Dafna Linzer, Michael Grabell and Jeff Larson, ProPublica: "Flight Records Say Russia Sent Syria Tons of Cash"
Charles Seife, Scientific American: "How Drug Company Money Is Undermining Science"
Charles Seife, Scientific American: "How We Followed the Drug Research Money"
Columbia to Become Drone Zone
Associated Press: "MU journalist explores using drones for reporting"
Dylan Byers, Politico: "NPR affiliate launches drone program"
Stephen Feller, NewsMax: "TMZ Denies Seeking a Drone to Track Celebrities"
Drone Journalism Lab at the University of Nebraska