The Minnesota Supreme Court says it will continue to allow media to use cameras in certain civil cases, and it is ordering a study to see if cameras should be considered in certain criminal proceedings as well.
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Author, Journalist, Humanitarian Michael Erard talked with John Williams this week…..
Anthony Weiner finds himself in another awkward spot on the Lawrence O’Donnell Show.
On Tuesday it was Vice President Joe Biden packing rooms in Minneapolis and Rochester. Thursday it will be Mitt Romney in Minnetonka for a fundraiser.
St. Paul-based TV producer and documentary filmmaker Matt Ehling is being honored for two decades of engaging Minnesotans in the civic process.
Rep. Michelle Bachmann called into the Morning News with Dave Lee Tuesday to talk about her campaign and her new book.
The Daily Beast put together a list of 9 media overreactions to Hurricane Irene. Read the list.
Pippa Middleton has become an internationally recognized celebrity for her supporting role in the Royal Wedding.
PBS anchor Jim Lehrer told public broadcasters Tuesday that they must continue to defend their federal funding and raise more money to meet an increasing need for serious journalism as commercial newspapers and broadcasters see declines.
News organizations and media attorneys say they hope a judicial order allowing cameras in civil cases will help them prove that cameras and other electronic recording devices wouldn’t be out of place in criminal trials.
Cameras will be allowed to cover civil cases in Minnesota courtrooms under a new order from the state Supreme Court.
The royal wedding is still two months away, but there is no shortage of media previews on the ceremony and its’ participants.
WCCO Radio’s Steve Thomson will host Brian Grogan, Chair of Moss & Barnett’s Municipal Communications and Infrastructure Practice Areas, on the topic of “Indecency in the Media – When Is It Acceptable to Regulate Free Speech?”