Wednesday, February 22, 2012


More Silly Campaigns

“TV journalists are widely loathed for the uppity behavior they exhibit around political leaders, shouting rude questions and hurling David Gregory-style abuse. These bloated egos need a taste of political life themselves, so they can improve their woeful coverage of our leaders. Running for anchor will teach them what it really feels like to campaign for office, without bestowing on them any actual political power (scary thought). Even the losers will come away better, more sensitive journalists.”

—William Powers, columnist, National Journal, 2006

• Editorial Comment:
Them’s as can (or think they can) run. Them’s as can’t sit on the press bus.

News from our award-winning student news site, The Hard News Café
Week In Review: HNC Digest (Feb. 20, 2012)
The Aggie TV News Team (Feb. 15 edition). Bookmark ATV News
North Logan council OK’s 64-unit townhouse development, by Steve Kent
Wellsville to offer emergency responder training to residents
, by Jimena Herrero
Albrecht confident in annual dance with Legislature: ‘We are so good,’ by Natasha Bodily
Tuition will rise, USU president tells journalism students, by Chris Lee & Tmera Bradley
81-year-old motorist injured in Main Street collision with dump truck, by Mary Stocking
Proposed Rec Center, playing fields depend on $30 student fee vote, by Becca Holliday
Charles Dickens’ famous works keyed off his own life, professor says, by Sean O’Sullivan
Journalism students go to ‘war’ with Army ROTC in Green Canyon, by Rhett Wilkinson

PeezPIX by Ted Pease
Catalog here.

Pacific wave patterns.


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