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Nov 12, 2005 Media Tangled in Lobbyist Case: Press Freedoms Debated After Wiretapping of Call to Reporter

QUOTE: In a city where secrets of varying import are whispered every day, the case has sparked a debate about whether prosecutors are attempting to criminalize conversations with journalists. While the pending trial of the two former staffers for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) has been overshadowed by the CIA leak investigation, media advocates fear it could have an equally negative impact on the flow of information.

Washington Post
Mar 04, 2005 Anonymice I Like: Well, anonymice worth tolerating.

QUOTE: Unchecked, anonymous sourcing allows officials to move government spin into the public domain without any personal accountability.

Slate
Apr 04, 2003 Reporting War Under Eyes of Iraqi 'Minders'

QUOTE: Western reporters in the [Iraqi] capital are engaged in an increasingly delicate dance, trying to portray events and sentiments accurately without running afoul of the government.

New York Times
Mar 31, 2003 NBC News Fires Arnett Over Iraqi TV Interview

QUOTE: It was wrong for Mr. Arnett to grant an interview to state-controlled Iraqi TV, especially at a time of war," an NBC spokeswoman, Allison Gollust, said. "And it was wrong for him to discuss his personal observations and opinions in that interview.

New York Times
Oct 08, 2001 Voice of America Under Pressure to Toe U.S. Line

QUOTE: The Voice of America, born during World War II, nurtured in cold war propaganda and remade in the 1990's as a source of objective information for a global audience, is under renewed pressure to be a salesman for government policy...

New York Times
Oct 08, 2001 Governors' Limits On Press Raise Concerns

QUOTE: [Alabama Governor Donald Siegelman and Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura] have gone to unusual lengths to keep information from reporters or news organizations that have fallen from favor.

New York Times