Press 2005

Los Angeles Times Editorial: Grand Intervention: “Puzzling out a Park,” December 25, 2005

Los Angeles Times Editorial: Grand Intervention: “People Brainstormed … and a Cloudburst Erupted,” December 25, 2005

Los Angeles Times OP-ED: Grand Intervention: “Can We Get Dazzling Done?” by Bob Sipchen, December 25, 2005

Los Angeles Times OP-ED: Grand Intervention: “When a Riot is a Good Thing,” by Martin Kaplan, December 25, 2005

Los Angeles Times OP-ED: Grand Intervention: “Beauty! Sharks! Silence! Noise!” by Manuel Castells, December 25, 2005

Editor and Publisher: “Cal Thomas and Connie Schultz Weigh in on Bandow Payola Scandal,” by Dave Astor, December 16, 2005

Village Voice: “The Rules of Redemption,” by Nick Sylvester, December 12, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Death Row Clash: KFI’s ‘John and Ken’ become lightning rods in the Stanley Tookie Williams debate,” by Scott Martelle, December 10, 2005

Inter Press Service: “The Bad News Is the Good News Is Fake,” by William Fisher, December 5, 2005

USA Today: “TV Prescribes Accurate Info,” by Kim Painter, December 5, 2005

Rock River Times: “Citizens push FCC to improve TV, then and now,” by Stephen Macek and Mitchell Szczepanczyk, December 2, 2005

Associated Press: “Almost Unnoticed, Prime-Time TV becomes the Place for Blood ‘n’ Guts,” by David Bauder, November 20, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Schwarzenegger’s Action Speaks Louder in China,” by Mary McNamara, November 16, 2005

Variety: “Scribes Chase Blurb Bonanza: product placement perturbs WGA,” by Dave McNary, November 13, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “As Super Bowl Furor Recedes, Complaints of On-Air Indecency Dwindle,” by Jube Shiver Jr., November 7, 2005

CBS News Sunday Morning program: “Is 18-49 Passé As Top Demographic?” by Jerry Bowen, November 6, 2005

Associated Press: “Cartoons Become Key in Political Campaigns,” by Adam Goldman, November 3, 2005

Los Angeles Times article: “Playing with Parks,” by Neal Gabler, October 30, 2005

New York Times: “The Extra-Large, Ultra-Small Medium,” by Jodi Kantor, October 30, 2005

San Jose Mercury News: “Ballot Initiatives Seen as Measure on Government’s Leadership,” by Laura Kurtzman, October 22, 2005

Contra Costa Times: “Unions Hope Bay Area Won’t Boycott Election,” October 15, 2005

New York Times: “With New IPod, Apple Aims to Be a Video Star,” by John Markoff and Laura Holson, October 13, 2005

Variety: “Making the Case for News,” by Brian Lowry, October 2, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “And That’s the Way Cronkite Still Is,” by Scott Martelle, September 30, 2005

Daily Trojan: “Cronkite Shares his Wisdom,” by Rachel Gallegos, September 29, 2005

KCET Life & Times transcript: “Segment 2: Walter Cronkite,” anchor, Val Zavala, September 29, 2005

Hollywood Reporter: “Cronkite Calls on Journalists to Educate Public,” by John Burman, Sep. 28, 2005

Variety: “Cronkite Calls to Journos,” by Brian Lowry, September 27, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “In-Flight Live TV Is Tricky Issue,” by Sharon Bernstein, September 23, 2005

New York Times:
“Schwarzenegger Announces Bid for Re-election in California,” by John Broder, September 16, 2005

USA Today: “Bullhorn or not, Bush Aims for a Boost,” by Judy Keen, September 16, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Kinsley Leaves the Times,” by James Rainey, September 14, 2005

NorthJersey.com: “A Small Victory for Principle on Television,” by Leonard Pitts, Jr., August 28, 2005

USA Today: “‘We Will Stay, We Will Fight and We Will Win’,” by Richard Benedetto and Judy Keen, August 25, 2005

San Jose Mercury News: “Schwarzenegger Faces New Scrutiny Over Publisher’s Deal,” by Kate Folmar and Andrew Lamar, August 12, 2005

Hawke’s Bay Today: “Editorial: Vanity of Politicians, Celebrities,” by Louis Pierard, August 8, 2005

New York Times: “With Summer, a Faint Whiff of S’mores Past,” by Bob Morris, August 7, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Not only Natalee is Missing,” by Anne-Marie O’Connor, August 5, 2005

Associated Press: “Despite Pedigree and Promise, DreamWorks SKG Fails to Deliver,” by Gary Gentile, July 29, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “TV Guide to Go for More Glitz, Fewer Listings,” by Robin Abcarian and Lynn Smith, July 26, 2005

Santa Cruz Sentinel: “As We See It: Sources or Manipulators?” July 26, 2005

Orange County Register: “Q&A: ‘Year for Reform’ hits some bumps,”
by John Gittelsohn and Hanh Kim Quach, July 23, 2005

Baltimore Sun: “Editor of L.A. Times resigns,” by Nick Madigan, July 21, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Pump Genius Into Our Park,” by Martin Kaplan,
July 17, 2005

USA Today: “Horror Flicks Get Star Power,” by Donna Freydkin, July 8, 2005

New York Times: “Product Placement for the Whole Family,” by Ross Johnson, July 6, 2005

USA Today: “Stars Unleash Their Passion,” by Gary Strauss, July 5, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “As Super Bowl Furor Recedes, Complaints of On-Air Indecency Dwindle,” by Jube Shiver Jr.,

Associated Press: “Cartoons Become Key in Political Campaigns,” by Adam Goldman, November 3, 2005

New York Times: “The Extra-Large, Ultra-Small Medium,” by Jodi Kantor, October 30, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “In-Flight Live TV Is Tricky Issue,” by Sharon Bernstein, September 23, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Eisner Shows His Softer Side,” by Kim Christensen, July 5, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Fox Tries to Save the World, Script and Release Date,” by Robert W. Welkos, July 1, 2005

Costume Designer Guild newsletter: “Boldface Names,” July/August, 2005

Reuters: “Tom Cruise, Once Aloof, Now Widely Spoofed,” by Steve Gorman, June 26, 2005

Los Angeles Times:
“They Really Like Us — in Our Dreams,” by Martin Kaplan, June 21, 2005

New York Times: “Debating the Role of Celebrity in the System,” by Jonathan D. Glater, June 15, 2005

Sacramento Bee: “Michael Jackson verdict: Some cheer, others cringe,” by Rachel Leibrock, June 14, 2005

American Public Media program: “Change station ownership rules? no big deal, right?” Marketplace, June 13, 2005

Orange County Register: “Governor announces special election for Nov. 8,” by John Gittlesohn and Hanh Kim Quach, June 13, 2005

LA Weekly: “The New Blacklist,” by Doug Ireland, June 10, 2005

Nightline (ABC News) program: “Fame & Misfortune,” June 9, 2005

Los Angeles Times article: “Control switch: On,” by Rachel Abramowitz and Chris Lee, June 6, 2005

People Magazine: “Truly, Madly, Deeply,” by Jason Lynch, Julie Jordan, Amy Mindell, and KC Baker, June 6, 2005

Orange County Register: “Product placement out of place in politics, experts say,” by Martin Wisckol, May 30, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Broadcast Violence Gets New Scrutiny,” by Jube Shiver Jr., May 30, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Bulworth takes on the Terminator,” by Rachel Abramowitz, May 25, 2005

National Public Radio program: “Fox Offers Haven for Reality TV Fans,” by Alex Cohen, May 24, 2005

Weekend America Radio program: “And Now We Interrupt This Program…,” May 14, 2005

National Public Radio program: “Los Angeles News Station Broadcasts Car Chase Shooting,” by Carrie Kahn, May 12, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Shooting Spurs TV News Debate,” by Eric Malnic and Jia-Rui Chong, May 11, 2005

Federal Times: “Show the Nation What You Do; Week’s events Let Citizens See Government Up Close,” by Carl Fillichio, May 2, 2005

MSNBC blog: “Altercation,” by Eric Alterman, April 20, 2005

Campaign Legal Center: “Broadcasters and the Public Interest: Gambling
with Our Democracy,” by Meredith McGehee, April, 19, 2005

Roll Call: “TV Profit, Public Loss,” April 13, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “They’ve Got Big Fans on Campus,” by Stuart Silverstein, April 1, 2005

San Diego Union-Tribune: “Schiavo Case a Godsend for Cable News,” by Robert P. Laurence, April 1, 2005

AEJMC Entertainment Studies Interest Group: “Journalist Image Research at IJPC,” by Joe Saltzman, Vol. 5, No. 1, Winter, 2005

New Times Broward-Palm Beach (Florida) report: “Less at 11,” by Edmund Newton, March 31, 2005

Inter Press Service News article: “Bush Shows No Remorse for Fake Newscasts,” by William Fisher, March 29, 2005

Valley Advocate: “Who Owns Culture,” by Maureen Turner, March 24, 2005

Weekend America Public Radio program: “Copyrighting Clothing is not in Fashion,” March 19, 2005

Miami New Times: “No News Is Bad News,” by Brett Sokol, March 17, 2005

San Jose Mercury News: “Foes of Governor Emerge to Fight his Initiatives,” by Kate Folmar, March 17, 2005

Dallas Business Journal article: “Belo wins Cronkite Award,” March 17, 2005

MyWestTexas.com: “Univision: There’s More to Spanish Newscasts Than Change of Language,” by Gabriela Natale, March 13, 2005

The Hotline report: “California: Changing Reforms,” March 14, 2005

San Jose Mercury News: “Governor?’s `News’ May Be Propaganda,”
by Dion Nissenbaum, March 13, 2005

The Californian report: “KSBW’s parent company receives journalism award,”
March 11, 2005

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel report: “Hearst-Argyle TV stations won the third consecutive Walter Cronkite Award,” by Tim Cuprisin, March 11, 2005

Boston Herald.com report: “‘CVB, ‘BUR Win J-Awards,” by Dean Johnson,
March 11, 2005

Tampa Tribune report: “News Channel 8’s Election Coverage Lauded,”
by Walt Belcher, March 10, 2005

The Greenville News report: “WYFF recognized for campaign coverage,”
March 9, 2005

TheMilwaukeeChannel.com article: “WISN-TV & Hearst-Argyle Television Among 2005 Winners Of Walter Cronkite Award,” March 9, 2005

The Political Standard article: “TV News Largely Ignores Local Political Campaigns, New Lear Center Study Finds,” March 2005

Time Magazine citation: “Numbers,” February 28, 2005

Los Angeles Times OP-ED: “Love Ya. Loved the Pitch. We’ll Do Lunch. I’ll Call,” by Martin Kaplan, Feburary 25, 2005

Seattle Times: “Cold beer, hot ethical debates,” by Kay McFadden, February 25, 2005

Dallas Observer report: “Good News,” Paul Kix, February 24, 2005

Common Dreams News Center: “If It Bleeds, It (Still) Leads,” by William Fisher, February 22, 2005

Broadcasting and Cable: “Enemies Sharpen Their Knives; NAB’s power is seen to be waning,” by Bill McConnell, February 21, 2005

Broadcasting and Cable: “Local Elections Poorly Covered,” by Allison Romano, February 21, 2005

New York Times: “‘Simpsons’ Animates Gay Nuptials, and a Debate,” by Sharon Waxman, February 21, 2005

New York Times: “Disney’s Next Hero: A Lion King of Kings,” by David Kehr,
February 20, 2005

La Opinión articule: “Menor Cobertura de la Guerra en la TV Hispana,” by Jorge Morales Almada, February 20, 2005

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: “Local TV often lousy on elections,” by Jonah Goldberg, February 20, 2005

Daily Oakland Press: “GOP club to air ‘Oakland Right’,” by Sven Gustafson,
Feburary 17, 2005

HispanicBusiness.com: “U.S. Networks Shun Hispanic Issues,” February 17, 2005

Denver Post: “Jennings asks: What about Iraq?” by Joanne Ostrow, February 17, 2005

EFE: “Main U.S. networks give little time to Hispanic issues,” February 17, 2005

CBSNews.com:“Local Election Coverage Faulted,” by Scott Conroy, February 17, 2005

TurkishPress.com: “Media coverage of local US politics ‘endangered species’: study,” February 17, 2005

Pittsburgh Post: “Study says local TV ignores local politics,” February 16, 2005

Communications Daily:“McCain Calls for Cutting TV License Terms,” by Tania Panczyk-Collins, February 16, 2005

Congress Daily: “McCain Criticizes Broadcasters On Local Political
Coverage,” by Drew Clark, February 16, 2005

Fox News: “Lack of Local Political Reporting,” by Brit Hume, February 16, 2005

Hollywood Reporter: “Bill seeks to promote local news,” by Brooks Boliek, February 16, 2005

Los Angeles Business Journal: “McCain Bill Seeks to Promote More Local Television News,”February 16, 2005

Daily Variety: “McCain Civics Lesson,” by William Triplett, February 16, 2005

Reality TV World: “Congress considering tightening U.S. broadcasting license laws,” February 16, 2004

Broadcasting & Cable: “NAB, NBC Criticize News Study,” by John Eggerton,
February 15, 2005

Slowplay.com: “TV news largely ignoring local politics, issues,” by Nathan J. Novak, February 15, 2005

Media Week: “Broadcasters Fire Back at Critical Report,” by Todd Shields,
February 15, 2005

The Frontrunner: “Report Indicates Local Politics Receives Little TV Coverage,” February 15, 2004

USA Today: “Local politics garners less TV coverage,” by Mark Memmott,
February 15, 2005

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “Local TV election coverage criticized by McCain,” by Jonathan O’Connell, February 15, 2005

Broadcasting & Cable: “Mixed Returns for Campaign Coverage,” by John Eggerton, February 14, 2005

Broadcasting & Cable: “Iraq: The 25-Second War,” by John Eggerton,
February 14, 2005

New York Times: “Study Looks at Local Political News,” by Jacques Steinberg, February 14, 2005

Media Week:“Report: TV Ignores Local Politics,” by Todd Shields, February 14, 2005

New York Times: “Study: TV News Ignores Local Politics,” by The Associated Press, February 14, 2005

Miami Herald: “Study: TV News Ignores Local Politicals,” by David Bauder, February 14, 2005

Washington Post: “Study: TV News Ignores Local Politicals,” by David Bauder, February 14, 2005

New York Times: “If You Can Plug a Film, Why Not a Budget?” by Dean E. Murphy, February 13, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Governor Aims to Give Felons a 2nd Chance,” by Jenifer Warren, February 12, 2005

Weekend America Public Radio program: “Copyrighting Clothing is not in Fashion,” March 19, 2005.

Netzpolitik.org: “Modebranche = Creative Commons,” March 2, 2005.

Dmusic.com: “Ready to Share: Fashion and the Ownership of Creativity,” February 23, 2005.

California Apparel News: “FIDM, Annenberg School Event Examines Creativity & Copyright,” February 4-10, 2005.

Women’s Wear Daily article: “Ford Highlights Creativity Conclave,” by Kavita Daswani, February 4, 2005

Daily Trojan: “The ideas behind fashion trends,” by Brittany McLaren, February 1, 2005.

LAist.com recommendation: “Clash of the Creative Titans,” by Adrienne Crew, January 31, 2005.

Daily Variety: “Fashion Makes Statement at USC,” by Nicole LaPorte,
January 31, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Designers Pull New Styles Out of the Past,” by Cara Mia DiMassa, January 30, 2005

Boing Boing: “Ready to Share copyright/fashion event in LA Saturday,” by Xeni Jardin, January 28, 2005.

LAist.com: “Ready to Share in LA? HA,” by Adrienne Crew, January 27, 2005.

Women’s Wear Daily: “West Watch: Ford’s Friends,” January 26, 2005.

Creative Commons: “Ready to Share (Pret a Partager),” by Glenn Otis Brown, January 26, 2005.

Los Angeles Times: “The Oscars: Avoiding Politics, Religion,” by Rachel Abramowitz, January 26, 2005

Salt Lake Tribune: “Sundance panelists take on ‘Culture Wars’,” by Sean P. Means, January 23, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Ovitz, Eisner Can Win and Still Lose,” by Claudia Eller and Richard Verrier, January 20, 2005

Daily Variety article: “The Armstrong effect,” by Marty Kaplan, January 19, 2005

NIH Record article: “Hurray for Hollywood: Prime-Time Television Show Offers NIH Opportunity,” by Carla Garnett, January 18, 2005

Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and smoking,” January 15, 2005

Medicine & Law Weekly: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and
smoking,” January 14, 2005

Lab Law Weekly: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and smoking,”
January 14, 2005

Biotech Week: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and smoking,”
January 12, 2005

Science Letter: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and smoking,”
January 11, 2005

Managed Care Business Week: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and
smoking,” January 11, 2005

Life Science Weekly: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and smoking,”
January 11, 2005

Managed Care Weekly Digest: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and smoking,” January 10, 2005

Health & Medicine Week: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and
smoking,” January 10, 2005

Biotech Business Week: “Web site offers insight on Hollywood and
smoking,” January 10, 2005

Los Angeles Times: “Case Shines Harsh Light on ‘Pundit Industry’,” by James Rainey January 8, 2005

Vanity Fair: “Mr. and Mrs. California,” by Marie Brenner, January 2005