American Journalism Review. May, 1996, Vol. 18 Issue 4, pS4, 5 p. photograph
United States. Congress -- Media coverage, The Freedom Forum -- Reports, Mass media -- Social aspects, and Government and the press -- Surveys
A Roper public opinion poll conducted by the organization found that 73% of the readers think news coverage of Congress is confusing, and only 54% had any confidence in Congress or the media. Forty-seven percent of respondents did not know the names of their representatives in Congress, nor could they name the speaker of the House or the Senate majority leader. The Freedom Forum also studied the direct relationship between Congress and the media, and suggested increased contact between the two groups.
American Journalism Review. June-July, 2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p16, 2 p.
United States. Library of Congress -- Social aspects, Animators -- Works, Animators -- Appreciation, Cartoonists -- Works, Cartoonists -- Appreciation, Editorial cartoons -- Protection and preservation, and Archivists -- Practice
Deep inside the James Madison Memorial Building at the Library of Congress, in a room restricted to public access, Sara Duke, Holly Krueger and Valeria Orlandini are meticulously preserving newspaper [...]
American Journalism Review. Feb-March, 2009, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p4, 1 p.
Government regulation, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, Confidential communications -- Press, Confidential communications -- Laws, regulations and rules, and United States Constitution. 1st Amendment
Maybe this will be the year. For quite some time, journalism organizations and First Amendment advocates have been battling for a federal shield law to allow reporters to [...]