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How the Associated Press Has Covered War, Peace, and Everything Else

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Uses personal accounts, archival materials, interviews, and Pulitzer-Prize-winning photographs to document AP's groundbreaking role in providing the news to the international and American press.

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How the Wheels Came off at Reuters

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An inside look at the shocking decline of Reuters. * Features exclusive interviews with Reuters staffers, competitors,and clients * Written by two former Reuters journalists * Examines one of the biggest stories in recent journalism history

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A Stunning and Memorable Account of Reporting from Some of the Most Dangerous Places in the World

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Martin Fletcher doesn't claim to be a hero. Yet he didn't flinch, either. During three decades covering wars, revolutions, and natural disasters, Fletcher worked his way from news agency cameraman to top network correspondent, facing down his own fears while facing up to mass killers, warlords, and murderers. With humor and elegance, Fletcher describes his growth from clueless adventurer to grizzled veteran of the world's battlefields. His working philosophy of "Get in, get close, get out, get a drink," put him repeatedly in harm's way, but he never lost sight of why he did it. In a world obsessed with celebrities, leaders, and wealth, Fletcher took a different route: he focused on those left behind, those paying the price. He answers the question: Why should we care? These extraordinary, real-life adventure stories each examine different dilemmas facing a foreign correspondent. Can you eat the food of a warlord, who stole it from the starving? Do you listen politely to a terrorist threatening to blow up your children? Do you ask the tough questions of a Khmer Rouge killer, knowing he is your only ticket out of the Cambodian jungle? And above all, how do you stay sane faced with so much pain?

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"This is what really happened… reported by a free press, to a free people…" Wes Shaw thought all he wanted was an office fling with The Golden Mail's star reporter. He didn't anticipate falling in love with her. Now Julia Bancroft is the only woman he wants to build a future with, but when a gunman attacks Golden Mail offices, Wes loses his chance to tell Julia how he really feels. Julia Bancroft always knew an affair with her boss could cost her. She just didn't know how much. The closer she gets to Wes, the closer to danger she gets. As the billionaire owner of San Francisco's most important newspaper Wes has a target on his back and so does she. After a horrifying attack she's forced to put her feelings on hold as she and Wes team up to hunt down a deranged shooter before he strikes again. With the threat intensifying, will they ever get their chance at forever before it's too late? The Golden Mail Series Hot Off the Press – Book 1 Extra! Extra! – Book 2 Read All About It – Book 3 Stop the Press – Book 4 Breaking News – Book 5 Search Terms: contemporary romance, new adult, romance, hot doctors, famous actor, true l, billionaire obsession, contemporary romance and sex, romance billionaire series, free kindle romance, melody anne billionaire bachelors series, billionaire romance, true love, coming of age, overcoming, women's fiction, drugs, fake girlfriend, billionaire, Alpha male romance, Alpha Bad Boy, bad boy, hot romance, hot and steamy, happily ever after, billionaire romance, billionaire romance, new, bbw, b, FICTION / Romance This Just In – Book 6

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Investigating an apparent act of vandalism that has resulted in the destruction of a school statue, budding journalist Sam learns the culprit's identity from her crush, Michael, who insists that the statue was accidentally broken and who asks Sam not to report the story. Simultaneous.

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The Craft and Technology of Online Journalism

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Famous for his nearly forty years in broadcast journalism, Robert MacNeil is one of the most respected television journalists in America. Now in Breaking News, a blistering, behind-the-scenes novel about the savagely competitive world of television news, he writes about this world he knows best--a world where integrity is held hostage in the relentless pursuit of the bottom line. Anchorman Grant Munro is at what should be the pinnacle of a brilliant career. Having covered every major story from the Kennedy assassination to the Clinton sex scandals, Munro has won the admiration, respect, and trust of his viewers. About to turn sixty in an industry no longer controlled by top-notch journalists but by profit-hungry conglomerates, Munro suddenly feels his career threatened--especially when Bill Donovan, a handsome reporter with little experience but a high Q rating, vies for his anchor post. Dragged into a media circus where "soft news" and tabloid television are becoming the staples of nightly news broadcasts, Munro negotiates a minefield of scheming, greed, and betrayal to hold onto what he prizes. Acclaimed for his two previous novels, Robert MacNeil is a proven storyteller, now triumphantly on his home turf. Breaking News is not only an intimate look at a fascinating industry, but a profound study of character under pressure.

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The best of friends, Toots, Ida, Mavis, and Sophie have been there for each other through thick and thin . . . LIFE IS FULL OF SURPRISES Teresa “Toots” Amelia Loudenberry has her quirks, but no one would ever question her loyalty. So it’s no surprise when Toots decides to extend her stay in Charleston to help care for her ailing housekeeper. Though the Charleston air is drenched with azalea and honeysuckle, and there’s always a pitcher of sweet tea close to hand, the ladies have little time for relaxing. Ida’s new line of cosmetics is about to launch, and Toots, Mavis, and Sophie are relishing new careers as models. And Abby, Toots’s daughter, is getting hitched. In the middle of so much change, Toots is almost too busy to notice her own unexpected romance. After eight husbands, she’s sworn never to get involved again. But fate—and her friends—may have other plans. And every godmother, fairy or otherwise, loves a story that ends with happily-ever-after . . . Praise for Fern Michaels and The Godmothers Series “Whoever thought the ‘golden years’ were boring never met the Godmothers.” —RT Reviews “Michaels’ engaging version of the Golden Girls.” —Booklist

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The Postcard Images of George Alfred Barrowclough

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In the years before the First World War, the daily papers used few news photographs; the technology had not been developed to the point where photos could be used on short notice in any significant number. At the same time, however, the postcard photographer could have his news photographs on the street the day after an event took place. George Alfred Barrowclough was one of these photographers. Barrowclough had the eye of an artist and the nose of a newsman. His images of Vancouver and surrounding areas differ from those of the other postcard photographers of his day in that they are more people-centred and action-oriented. More often than not, they say something about the lives of those who lived in and around Vancouver in the decade before the Great War. Drawing on 140 photographic postcards that Barrowclough produced between 1908 and 1912, award-winning authors Fred Thirkell and Bob Scullion have selected images for this book that reflect the photographers focus on people and events, action and reaction. In Vancouver in those years, you looked to newspapers for words; you looked to Barrowclough for news.