The New York Times is playing catch-up on the story of the Reuters freelance photographer who altered photos of an air raid on Beirut. In its third-day lead on the story, “Bloggers Drive Inquiry on [Read more…]
And once was not enough for the Lebanese freelance photographer fired by Reuters. According to the wire service, a review of all the photos he had sold them turned up yet another photo, this time [Read more…]
There’s a troubling trend going on among photojournalists, and it has to do with using a little too much of the functionality in the digital darkroom of everyone’s choice, Adobe Photoshop. Photoshop is the program [Read more…]
Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill, NJ, continues its series of podcasts about Temple activities. In this program, recorded August 2, 2006, we present a panel discussion of the Middle East crisis moderated by Senior Rabbi Jerome [Read more…]
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Leadership New Jersey Podcasts We have been producing podcasts of Leadership New Jersey’s “Forum on the Future of New Jersey” since 2006. Here are links to past programs in the series. Subscribe to RSS headline updates [Read more…]
Public relations professionals know that one of the best ways to influence public opinion and ultimately achieve changes in consumer behavior, including influencing legislation, is when citizens engage in “grass roots” action, forming activist groups [Read more…]
Philadelphia Inquirer readers were greeted this morning with the crossing of the first journalistic Rubicon, as publisher Joe Natoli was reported leaving the paper to take a position as “senior vice president of the University [Read more…]
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