The Reporter & the Screenwriter
– The late Steve Jobs in his 2005 commencement address at Stanford University eloquently traced the imprint of a calligraphy class he had taken at Reed College years before to the creation of today’s worldwide standard in computer typography. Esteemed architect Frank Gehry can trace the imprint of his college job working in a museum to his current success, and moreover can trace the imprint of a different piece of art to each one of the buildings he has created. President Bill Clinton can trace the imprint of witnessing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s 1963 “I have a Dream” speech to his decision to devote his life to politics….
Becoming a Reporter
– A career can determine the fate of the rest of your entire life. There are hundreds of different careers to pick and choose from. Perhaps for someone who loves writing or expressing themselves with words, the invigorating career of a reporter suits them just right. Many people use reporting skills in everyday life, such as reporting to some friends about a sleepover/slumber party that is being hosted at home, or taking a trip to Florida with family members during the summer. Even gossip(though shamefully) can be exciting….
American reporter said to be ?OK?
– it sucksPOLICE IN Karachi told NBC News that Saeed’s arrest was a “major breakthrough” and that he disclosed Pearl was still alive during an initial interrogation. Separately, Jamil Yousuf, head of a citizen-police liaison committee, quoted Saeed as saying of Pearl, “He’s alive. He’s OK.” However, NBC’s Robert Windrem reported that while the United States believes Saeed “played a central role in the kidnapping,” officials are not sure whether he knows the whereabouts of the reporter. Saeed, a British-born Islamic militant, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the eastern city of Lahore and sent to Karachi for questioning, ministry secretary Tasneem Noorani told The Associated Press….
Medical Reporter Liz Szabo’s Views on Vaccination vs. Autism
– … Many of the vaccination programs focus more onto the negative side effects of the cure, rather than how it may aide the person in the long run. Because the focus is not on the healthy side, many parents are harshly criticizing the effects of vaccination to their kids such as autism and other brain development syndrome. These dilemmas can shut down many vaccination programs, in which allows people to have no knowledge of the cure besides hearing or seeing the information about vaccines on TV, billboards, and other media showings…. ;
The Privilage by Journalists to Resist Criminal Process
– I. BOTH THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND FEDERAL COMMON LAW RECOGNIZE A QUALIFIED PRIVILEGE BY JOURNALISTS TO RESIST CRIMINAL PROCESS. Both the first amendment and federal common law recognize a qualified privilege by journalists to resist criminal process. This brief first analyzes both the Supreme Court’s holding and reasoning in Branzburg v. Hayes, 408 U.S. 665 (1972), and its interpretation by lower circuits for the reporter’s privilege under the First Amendment. The brief then examines Fed. R. Evid…. ;