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Monopolies are forever

July 28, 2006
July 28, 2006 By Bruce B. Brugmann (henceforth to be known as B3 in this Bruce blog) Earlier this week I dropped by Christopher’s Books on Potrero...

Dam telling debate

July 20, 2006
By Steven T. Jones The debate over whether to tear down the O'Shaughnessy Dam in the Hetch Hetchy Valley -- which a state report this...

Lawsuit over newspaper merger

By Steven T. Jones Big but buried news from today's Examiner: Clint Reilly (with help from attorney Joseph Alioto) is suing to block the...

Lawsuit over newspaper merger

July 14, 2006
By Steven T. Jones Big but buried news from today's Examiner: Clint Reilly (with help from attorney Joseph Alioto) is suing to block the...

Jason Leopold inspires yet another correction

July 14, 2006
By G.W. Schulz When the controversial journalist Jason Leopold botched a story last May for lefty media purveyors Truthout.org, the Columbia Journalism Review took him...

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› tredmond@sfbg.com The local daily newspapers haven't paid much attention to it, but there's a ferocious fuss going on in the blog world over political...

‘International Press Institute (IPI)’ and ‘International Freedom of Expression eXchange (IFEX)’

PRESS RELEASE  http://www.freemedia.at Vienna, 11 May 2006 IPI Calls on the European Union to raise the issue of press freedom in Latin...

How to fight Singleton’s monopoly

EDITORIAL Six members of Congress wrote to the Bush administration last week urging a full Justice Department review of the pending deal that will...

Single town?

Like Clear Channel radio stations, many smaller papers would have little or no staff, nobody to answer the phone, nobody to take local tips...

World Press Freedom Day – 3 May 2006

April 28, 2006
PRESS RELEASE Vienna, 28 April 2006 IPI Condemns Harassment and Intimidation of Yemeni Journalists The International Press Institute (IPI), the global...

Noise Pop popped open

April 4, 2006
It's over! And we all feel like we didn't quite see as much as we would have liked. Ain't that always the case for...

March of the ants

The Zapatistas' other campaign enters its third month on the road