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Views Preview: Prince Andrew's BBC Interview

Nov 19, 2019

Prince Andrew sat down for an interview with the BBC this weekend, explaining his involvement with Jeffrey Epstein. Why go on the record in this way? 

Edward Helmore, Ben Quinn & Jim Waterson, The Guardian: “Prince Andrew faces calls to say sorry and speak to FBI

Nick Duffy, INews: “Prince Andrew interview ‘like watching a plane crash into an oil tanker’

Craig Oliver, POLITICO: “The art of holding your tongue

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “Prince Andrew, Emily Maitlis, and the art of the interview

BBC: “Newspaper headlines: ‘Regret’ and ‘success’ over Andrew’s interview

Sabrina Tavernise & Aidan Gardiner, New York Times: “’No one believes anything’: Voters worn out by a fog of political news

Solomon’s Ukraine Pieces Under Review

Michael Calderone, POLITICO: “The Hill vows to review Solomon’s Ukraine pieces

Justin Baragona, The Daily Beast: “The Hill: We are ‘reviewing’ and ‘updating’ John Solomon’s Ukraine columns

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “John Solomon leaves behind lasting damage at the Hill

Oliver Darcy & Brian Stelter, CNN: “Jimmy Finkelstein, the owner of The Hill, has flown under the radar. But he’s played a key role in the Ukraine scandal

Stars and Stripes Forever

Joshua Hartwig, Southeast Missourian: “Spirit of Democracy: Veterans, Stars and Stripes National Museum honored Saturday

Mike Mohundro, KFVS: “Spirit of Democracy benefits National Stars and Stripes Museum

Robert Cox, Republic Monitor: “Stars and Stripes Museum to hold fundraiser in Cape"

Arkansas reporter jailed

Tracy Neal, Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, "Local TV reporter sentenced to jail for recording in courtroom"

KNWA/Fox24: "KNWA/Fox24 responds to reporter held in contempt"

FedEx and the New York Times

Jim Tankersley, Peter Eavis & Ben Casselman, New York Times: “How FedEx cut its tax bill to $0

Fed Ex Statement: “FedEx responds to The New York Times article from Nov. 17, 2019

John Bowden, The Hill: “FedEx CEO challenges New York Times publisher to public debate after tax story

Taylor Telford, Washington Post: “FedEx CEO asks New York Times publisher to debate after report on company’s taxes

Climate Change field trip

Al Tompkins, Poynter: “Why a TV station recruited climate skeptics to go on a fact-finding road trip

MU, KU collaboration

Kristen Hare, Poynter: “When the news comes back to town

McClatchy’s financial struggle

Rick Edmonds, Poynter: “McClatchy’s financial distress has the company exploring options – including a sale

Marc Tracy, New York Times: “McClatchy says so long to Saturday (print) newspapers

Jonathan O’Connell, Washington Post: “Gannett, GateHouse approve merger, creating nation’s largest newspaper publisher

Marc Tracy, New York Times: “After its merger, Gannett will be the largest newspaper publisher in the U.S.

Making local news available to all

Knight Foundation: “New Gallup/Knight study: Local news should be available to all, yet Americans divided on how to pay for it

Laura Hazard Owen, Nieman Lab: “Most Americans think that local news is doing well financially, and not many pay for it

Donor-supported models

Mark Anderson, Sacramento Business Journal: “Sacramento Bee to launch donor-supported reporting team

Matt Canham, Salt Lake Tribune: “In historic shift, The Salt Lake Tribune gets IRS approval to become a non-profit

Christine Schmidt, Nieman Lab: “Wondering how the Salt Lake Tribune got 501(c)(3) status? Here’s their entire application to the IRS – and the IRS’s response