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Reporters later shortened the name to " Cy ", which became the nickname Young used for the rest of his life.
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Reporters and later
Reporters from The Times Newspaper took down shorthand notes of a series of speeches given by the Earl of Roseberry and later transcribed them, adding punctuation, corrections and revisions to reproduce verbatim the speeches.
In 1988 he began hosting The Sports Reporters on ESPN cable television, which in later years often featured son Jeremy as a correspondent.
Reporters and researchers that visited Buck later in life claimed she was a woman of normal intelligence.
Reporters and name
Reporters publicized that young scientists had put the name of " Gilda " and Hayworth's image on the bomb, alluding to her bombshell status as a film star.
Delegates can chose to be Legislators, Justices, Lawyers, Lobbyists, Commissioners, Board Members and Reporters just to name a few.
English speakers also commonly refer to the organization by its French name, Reporters Sans Frontières, or its French acronym, RSF.
William Ozmun Wyckoff, president of the New York State Shorthand Reporters ' Association in 1886, and founder of the Remington Typewriter Company, publicized the unhyphenated name " typewriter ".
Reporters have also been accused of indecency in the process of collecting news, namely that they are overly intrusive in the name of journalistic insensitivity.
Reporters and ",
The " Worldwide Press Freedom Index ", published by Reporters Without Borders, lists Maldives as a " very serious situation " ( a judgment also given to Libya, Cuba, and China ).
Reporters and which
In prime time, Fox first tried its hand at a news show in 1988 with an hour-long weekly newsmagazine called The Reporters, which was produced by the same team behind the FTSG-distributed syndicated tabloid program A Current Affair.
Reporters and fans were alternately confused and enraged by the moves, which Milbury acknowledged, saying, " As dangerous as this may be, we think Mad Mike maybe has something going for him.
Reporters were issued special badges which gave them safe passage through the town, but the badges were withdrawn if it was felt misleading or false information made it into the news.
More recently, the NED has provided funding to the French NGO Reporters Without Borders ( RSF ), which promotes freedom of press, particularly in Cuba.
Reporters found that the pardons did not follow the statutory process, which requires pardons to be reviewed by an independent commission.
I tried to give information which could be documented, so the reader could check it for himself .... Reporters tend to be absorbed by the bureaucracies they cover ; they take on the habits, attitudes, and even accents of the military or the diplomatic corps.
Reporters Without Borders states that it draws its inspiration from Article 19 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, according to which everyone has " the right to freedom of opinion and expression " and also the right to " seek, receive and impart " information and ideas " regardless of frontiers.
Reporters Without Borders publishes the annual Predators of Press Freedom list which highlights what it feels are the worst violators.
In 2004, Reporters Without Borders released an annual report on Haiti, saying that a " climate of terror " existed in which attacks and threats persisted against those journalists who were critical of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
The Hollywood Reporters conferences and award shows include the Key Art Awards, which aim to recognize the best in movie marketing and advertising.
Reporters Without Borders ( RSF ) and anti-Lavalas political parties within Haiti have been accused of allegedly exploiting the case for political purposes towards destabilizing Haiti's democratically elected government which was overthrown in February 2004.
He wrote The Reporters on English reporters and cases, a book which was often reprinted and made his reputation.
Access is rare and limited ; Reporters Without Borders once described the nation as " the world ’ s worst Internet black hole " as " Internet officially does not exist in the world ’ s most isolated country, but a handful of privileged people are allowed to go online through the phone system ( which is routed through China ) or via satellite.
The weekly series The Sports Reporters was broadcast from the Times Square location every Sunday morning from its opening until its closing, at which point the show moved to ESPN's home base in Bristol, Connecticut.
) Reporters Without Borders, a journalists ' organization which campaigns to protect the rights of journalists to freedom of speech, is calling for the Japanese government to abolish the kisha club system.
Rasheed was released on 10 January following protests by groups such as Amnesty International ( which named him a prisoner of conscience ) and Reporters Without Borders on his behalf.
Folha < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s position was also poorly received by Reporters Without Borders, which said the newspaper was incurring in a " new form of censorship ".
Reporters usually refer to story lengths in inches, which actually refers to how many column inches a story takes up.
Reporters Without Borders claims that radio or television sets which can be bought in North Korea are pre-set to receive only the government frequencies and sealed with a label to prevent tampering with the equipment.
What is clear is that much spam email is filtered or blocked by the SCBL, which is fed by many SpamCop Reporters reporting their spam.
He had a falling-out with the Reporters Committee during the late 1980s, after which he left to write a popular column in the Newhouse News syndicate of daily newspapers.
At least two nonprofit organizations are currently working to raise awareness of the contributions of cyber-dissidents and to defend them against the human rights violations to which some of them are subjected: Global Voices Online and Reporters Without Borders.
Reporters and Young
Alexander Epstein of The Stuyvesant Standard contributed the section Out of the Blue to the book At Ground Zero: Young Reporters Who Were There Tell Their Stories.
In 1995, he won Hollywood Reporters " Young Star " award, and was nominated as one of People's " Top 30 Under 30.
* Will Fowler ; < cite > Reporters: Memoirs of a Young Newspaperman </ cite >; Roundtable Publishing ; ISBN 0-915677-61-X ( hardback, 1991 )
Reporters and used
Reporters Without Borders sided with the editors, however, immediately calling for the Moroccan Justice Minister to overturn the verdict and asserting that " Fines should not be used by the authorities with the aim of halting the appearance or publication of a media ".
Reporters generally used the inverted pyramid method for writing their stories, although some journalistic writing used other methods ; some of the work of Tom Wolfe is an example of reporting that did not follow that style.
Reporters frequently tell their stories outside the formal television studio in the field, where the news is occurring, in a remote broadcast setting where Electronic news-gathering ( ENG ) techniques are used with production trucks.