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Journalists across the country are calling for safer work conditions after a car struck a West Virginia television reporter during a live report.

Rob Owen, Trib Live: “Reporter Tori Yorgey talks live shot fame after being hit by car, joining WTAE

Jennifer Hassan, Washington Post: “A TV reporter was hit by a car while on the air in severe weather, highlighting risks of do-it-all journalism

Amanda Holpuch, New York Times: “Reporter is hit by car on air, striking nerve with TV journalists

Barbara Allen, Poynter: “A journalist hit by a car during a live shot remained stoic; meanwhile, journalism Twitter anguished

Tom Butts, TV Tech: “SAG-AFTRA: TV journalist’s close call with car shows job becoming ‘increasingly perilous’

Anonymous TV Journalists: “Part 1

KFRU's David Lile to retire
Megan Mueller, Columbia Missourian: “KFRU’s David Lile announces retirement after 33 years

David Webber, Columbia Missourian: “David Lile’s retirement is a loss for Columbia

Tawnie Wilson, Columbia Missourian: KFRU’s David Lile: “The man behind the voice” (2019)

NPR-Supreme Court story

Tom Jones, Poytner: “What’s the deal with this NPR-Supreme Court story?

Nina Totenberg, NPR: “Gorsuch didn’t mask despite Sotomayor’s COVID worries, leading her to telework

Aaron Blake, Washington Post: “The Supreme Court’s thoroughly weird handling of the Sotomayor-Gorsuch story

Kelly McBride, NPR: “NPR reporting on Supreme Court mask controversy merits clarification

Palin v. NYT

Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times: “Sarah Palin v. New York Times spotlights push to loosen libel law

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Why the Sarah Palin v. New York Times trial will be an ‘excruciating’ experience for the paper

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Sarah Palin v. The New York Times could be a groundbreaking journalism case

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Sarah Palin v. NYT: Exploring the line between bad journalism and libelous journalism

David Folkenflik, NPR: “Sarah Palin’s defamation suit against ‘The New York Times’ gets its day in court

Olympic play-by-play

Olafimihan Oshin, The Hill: “ESPN announces it won’t went reporters to Beijing Olympics due to COVID-19

Christine Brennan, USA Today: “NBC won’t send sports announcing teams to 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing due to COVID-19

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “’China will be China’: Why journalists are taking burner phones to the Beijing Olympics

Best. Football. Weekend. Ever?

FiveThirtyEight: “Nothing will top the NFL’s greatest playoff weekend ever

Adam Kilgore, Washington Post: “The NFL’s best weekend ever shows us why we can’t look away

Greg Bishop, Sports Illustrated: “Thirteen seconds: Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs have just enough time to win instant classic

Adam Teicher & Alaina Getzenberg, ESPN: “Twenty-five points in 2 minutes? Inside the Kansas City Chiefs’ thrilling victory over the Buffalo Bills

Robert Deitsch, The Athletic: “Producing the wild Bills-Chiefs finish, a goodbye to John Madden, Sean Payton’s future: NFL playoff media thoughts

Andrew Bucholtz, Awful Announcing: “Paramount+ returned repeated errors for many of those trying to stream Bills-Chiefs