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'Poop' Gets Flung Around Twitter - Posted February 15, 2013
A Carnival Cruise ship that was stuck out at sea, unable to port for several days finally made it to land Thursday. A large portion of the TV news coverage of the story centered on the ship's sewage problems. It was an event all but designed for Twitter. "If only CNN had smell-o-vis... [FishbowlDC]

On BuzzFeed, Boogers and Ethics - Posted February 14, 2013
Writing a story about someone else's booger feature is no easy task. On some email requests I put a simple, bland, "request for comment." On others, I went for shock value: "BuzzFeed's booger post." It wasn't plotted. I imagined some might find it funnier than others. On Tuesday night, BuzzFeed's ... [PRNewser]

Media Expert Publishes 'Bible' - Posted November 30, 2012
Asked if Paula Broadwell or Jill Kelley could benefit from reading his new book, ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Chatter - Posted July 3, 2012
Quotes of the Day What Politico's Mike Allen calls the "best part of opening your door" at Aspen's swank Hotel Jerome." He's attending the Aspen Ideas Festival. See Playbook ... [FishbowlDC]

Vagina Journalism - Posted June 20, 2012
There are a lot of loose lips on the subject of vaginas lately. Last week two female Michigan State congresswomen were barred from speaking on the House floor after angrily using the word "vagina" while debating an anti-abortion bill. Daily Show host and comedian Jon Stewart mocked the House'... [FishbowlDC]

Editor Who Fired the Blogger Responds - Posted May 9, 2012
The Chronicle of Higher Education Editor Liz McMillen, who fired blogger Naomi Schaefer Riley this week for a post concerning Black Studies, has responded to our questions. It would be easy to provide snappy reactions to some of her responses -... [FishbowlDC]

An Editor's Dangerous Mea Culpa - Posted May 8, 2012
In a most unusual editor's note on the Chronicle of Higher Education website last night, Editor Liz McMillen apologizes profusely for what turned out to be ... [PRNewser]

An Editor's Dangerous Mea Culpa - Posted May 8, 2012
In a most unusual editor's note on the Chronicle of Higher Education website last night, Editor Liz McMillen apologizes profusely for what turned out to be ... [FishbowlDC]

NBC's Chuck Todd Trashes 'Tidbit' Journalism - Posted March 22, 2012
On this morning's MSNBC "The Daily Rundown" host Chuck Todd went after what he and his panel dubbed "tidbit" journalism. Their repugnance was high after yesterday's Etch a Sketch remark from a top Mitt Romney campaign advisor t... [PRNewser]

NBC's Chuck Todd Trashes 'Tidbit' Journalism - Posted March 22, 2012
On this morning's MSNBC "The Daily Rundown" host Chuck Todd went after what he and his panel dubbed "tidbit" journalism. Their repugnance was high after yesterday's Etch a Sketch remark from a top Mitt Romney campaign advisor t... [FishbowlDC]

Apology Tip #4: 'Save Your 'But'' - Posted December 13, 2010
Love may mean never having to say you're sorry, but PR means having to say it every now and again. From oil companies to airlines, no matter what business you're in, things happen and companies have to suck it up and say sorry. For advice on how to do it right, there's... [PRNewser]

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