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Media Talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
Wed November 30, 2011
Views of the News: Sports Sex Abuse; Media Effects on GOP Candidates; J-School Limits Tweets
Media Decisions Questioned in Sex Abuse Cases
Allen Barra, The Daily Beast: "ESPN, Local Paper Sat on Syracuse Sex-Abuse Tape for Years"
Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Why News Organizations Were Silent About Syracuse Abuse Allegations"
Syracuse Post-Standard: "Bernie Fine Investigation"
Mark Schwartz and Arty Berko, Outside the Lines, ESPN: "Bernie Fine's wife had abuse concerns"
Michael Connor, Syracuse Post-Standard: "Why we didn't publish the Bernie Fine story in 2003"
Josh Krulewitz, ESPN: "ESPN's Doria on Syracuse coverage"
Media Effects on GOP Presidential Candidates
Steve Myers, Poynter MediaWire: "Media inquiries pushed Ginger White to go forward with story of Cain affair"
Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEight blog, New York Times: "Newspaper's Endorsement Has Been Leading Indicator in New Hampshire"
Joseph W. McQuaid, Manchester Union Leader: "For President, Newt Gingrich"
Beth Fouhy, Associated Press: "Republican Debates: GOP Candidates Try to Play It Safe In YouTube Era"
Alex Altman, Time: "How GOP Debates Democratized the Presidential Race"
J-School Limits Tweets
Prof. Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia Journalism School: "Social Media Guidelines"
Alan Scher Zagier, Associated Press: "University of Missouri to Limit Lecture Recording"
Alan Scher Zagier, Associated Press: "Correction: Recording Lectures story"