from National Public Radio’s Morning Edition. One segment examines whether the media is only covering bad news about Iraq. In the other, a senior fellow at the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics & Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government talks about how the Bush administration is controlling the media’s access to information.
Archive for October 22nd, 2003
Gary Price just posted an announcement about this new post on his ResourceShelf listing a variety of calendars news media people might find useful. It includes links to festivals, space happenings, meetings, and political events, among others.
according to today’s Career Journal in the Wall Street Journal. This article, which may be restricted to subscribers, indicates that there are more upper- and mid-level corporate librarians right now. “Recruiters say the hiring spurt also is due to the increased need for professionals who can help locate and organize competitive information. ‘Smart organizations realize [...]
Anyone want to be or nominate someone else to be an officer of the Special Libraries Association News Division? I need to come up with some names soon. The available positions are chair-elect (3 year commitment), secretary, and director of publications (2-year term). I think the only real requirement is that the person has to [...]