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Reynolds Center Offers Podcast Series to Journalism Teachers

Teachers, instructors and professors of journalism are invited to use in their curriculum a series of podcasts being developed by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. The first of 10 programs, all discussing aspects of “How To Cover Money,” is available free of charge through iTunes, says its executive producer, Mark Remillard. A [&hellip

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‘Anonymous’-linked Hacker Sentenced, ‘Sniper’ Smack Down, Pa. Gags Convicts

‘3to5′ Ethics Briefs Barrett Brown, 33, who has written investigative journalism, essays and satire for publications including The Guardian, D Magazine of Dallas, Vanity Fair and The Onion’s A.V. Club, was sentenced Thursday in Dallas federal court to 63 months in prison for his role in the international data leaking organization Anonymous. Brown originally faced more than one dozen charges. “He pleaded guilty in April to accessory after the fact [&hellip

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