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Myanmar Papers Protest Sentencing Of Reporters

Several private newspapers in Myanmar printed black front pages to protest the recent arrests and sentencing of journalists, in the latest sign the country's media climate is worsening.

Journalists 'Under Attack' Worldwide, Says AP President

The president and CEO of The Associated Press says journalists around the world are "increasingly under attack" by people trying to influence and control the news.

Media Giants Struggle To Win Over Latino Audiences

Reaching the nation's 55 million Latinos has become gospel for mainstream media giants, but capturing this fast-growing, mostly US-born audience is proving tricky to networks and websites.

NBC Asks Gifford Not To Plug Her Wine On 'Today'

Booze may be an oft-mentioned topic when Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb are hosting the fourth hour of the "Today" show, but one alcoholic beverage they won't be talking about is Gifford's new wine line.

US Secretly Created 'Cuban Twitter' To Stir Unrest

In July 2010, Joe McSpedon, a US government official, flew to Barcelona to put the final touches on a secret plan to build a social media project aimed at undermining Cuba's communist government.

Jesse Jackson readies campaign to highlight Silicon Valley's scarcity of blacks and Latinos

The Rev Jesse Jackson plans to lead a delegation to the Hewlett-Packard annual shareholders meeting to bring attention to Silicon Valley's poor record of including blacks and Latinos in hiring, board appointments and startup funding.

Majority Of Americans Have More Confidence In News Organizations Than Social Media

Americans of all ages still pay heed to serious news even as they seek out the lighter stuff, choosing their own way across a media landscape that no longer relies on front pages and evening newscasts to dictate what's worth knowing, according to

No Consensus On How To Notify Data Breach Victims

The data breach at Target that exposed millions of credit card numbers has focused attention on the patchwork of state consumer notification laws and renewed a push for a single national standard.

US Network To Scan Workers With Secret Clearances

US intelligence officials are planning a sweeping system of electronic monitoring that would tap into government, financial and other databases to scan the behavior of many of the 5 million federal employees with secret clearances, current and for

Ellen's Oscar Celeb Selfie A Landmark Media Moment

Ellen DeGeneres' celeb-studded selfie from the most-watched Oscars telecast in a decade was a landmark social media moment at a time online conversation is boosting television viewership and vice versa.