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Smaller Audience, Bigger Payoff For Glenn Beck

At his new venture, The Blaze, Beck has far fewer audience members soaking in his commentary than he did at Fox News. But the numbers don't tell the whole story. Fox helped amplify Beck's voice, whereas now, Beck projects his message on his own terms.
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'New York Times' Bans Practice Of Allowing Sources To Approve Quotes

The practice is widespread in Washington, but the Times said it wants to draw a "clear line."
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'Bleak' Picture For Minority Managers In Newsroom

A new study shows media has a lot of influence on attitudes about Latinos. But when it comes to who decides what Americans see on TV or news, the National Association of Black Journalists says minorities have a long way to go. Host Michel Martin speaks with NABJ's Bob Butler and Felix Sanchez of the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts.
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Univision Cries Foul, Hosts Own Presidential Forums

Univision will broadcast the first of two one-on-one discussions with the presidential candidates Wednesday night. The event follows a confrontation between Univision and the Commission on Presidential Debates — the nonprofit group that sponsors and produces candidate debates.
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'Mother Jones' Journalist: Video Not An Attempt To 'Catch Mitt Romney'

David Corn, the man behind the release of a surreptitiously shot fundraising video, tells NPR's Michel Martin that the source was stunned by the material he caught on camera.
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Newsweek's 'Muslim Rage' Cover Mocked On Twitter

Audie Cornish talks to Cairo-based journalist Ashraf Khalil about the sarcastic Twitter response to a Newsweek cover story headlined "Muslim Rage." The story was about violent protests in the Muslim world that were sparked by an online video that denigrates Islam's Prophet Mohammed.

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