Phone hacking and bribing police are just a couple of the scandals that have come to light about Rupert Murdoch’s vast media empire.
Magazines have long been a primary source for entertainment and news. But as KU assistant professor Crystal Lumpkins points out, magazines are also crucial in providing women with tips and awareness on health issues.
On this Tuesday's Central Standard get to know two local filmmakers who asked, "What happened to the radio industry, and what's the cost to our communities?"
Originally published on Wed April 4, 2012 12:05 pm
The winners of this year's George Foster Peabody Awards for excellence in electronic media were just announced and NPR is among those being honored.
NPR work being recognized:
Essentially saying that he should have known better than to go to work for Current TV, Keith Olbermann said Tuesday night that he "screwed up" by taking the job last year.
But while Olbermann said "it's my fault that it didn't succeed," he also figuratively pointed his finger at Current for why things went wrong before he was dismissed last week.