Press 2006

Washington Post: “It Pays to Be a Journalist – in Films; ‘Scoop’ Continues Long-Standing Trend of the Noble Newspaper Reporter,” Paul Farhi, July 30, 2006

Los Angeles Times: “Movie Game Is Not So Easy; The Clippers’ Brand has tried to transfer his basketball success to Hollywood, but his time as a producer has been marred by lawsuits,” by Michael A. Hiltzik, May 21, 2006

San Diego Union-Tribune: “Networks’ shows to go wherever viewers are,” by Karla Peterson, May 15, 2006

San Francisco Chronicle: “The Balco Case; More Pressure on Reporters to Name Sources,” by Bob Egelkor, May 7, 2006

Wall Street Journal: “Studio Woos Women Turned Off by Cruise,” by Merissa Marr, May 1, 2006

Houston Chronicle: “Is it too soon for United 93?” by Eric Harrison,
April 27, 2006

Vanity Fair: “Lies and Consequences: Sixteen Words That Changed the World,” by Marie Brenner, April 2006

New York Times: “On Web, Error Is Uncovered Through Relentless Pursuit,” by John Broder, March 30, 2006

Washington Post: “A Head Finally Rolls,” by Howard Kurtz, March 29, 2006

Los Angeles Times: “TV Health News Comes Up Short,” by Jia-Rui Chong, March 13, 2006

CNN Live Sunday: “Political Oscars Statement,” Fredricka Whitfield, anchor, William Schneider, reporter, March 5, 2006

The Guardian: “Dark Star of Late Night TV Gets Lead Role at the Oscars,” by Dan Glaister, March 4, 2006

ABC World News Tonight: “Winners and Losers; Academy Awards,” Elizabeth Vargas, anchor, Dan Harris, reporter, March 3, 2006

CNN The Situation Room: “Americans Give President Bush Some New Numbers,” Wolf Blitzer, anchor, William Schneider, reporter, March 2, 2006

New York Times: “Please Don’t Touch the Celebrities,” by Patricia Leigh Brown, March 2, 2006

CNN The Situation Room: “Democrats Courting Hollywood Primary Voters,” Wolf Blitzer, anchor, William Schneider, reporter, March 1, 2006

Associated Press: “Brokeback” Rides into US Popular Culture,” by Jill Serjeant, February 24, 2006

The Hill: “Hollywood Celebrities Pitch in to Defeat Rep. DeLay,” by Jonathan E. Kaplan, February 22, 2006

Jewish Journal: “U.S. Firms Kowtow to China Censorship,” by Martin Kaplan, February 17, 2006

Washington Post: “Anger Management,” by Howard Kurtz, February 10, 2006

Associated Press: “In Minnesota, Veterans Take to TV to Build Iraq War Support,” by Brian Bakst, February 09, 2006

Philadelphia Enquirer: “Radical Comic Strips are No Laughing Matter,” by Michael Taube, February 05, 2006

The New Yorker: “Name That Source: why are the courts leaning on journalists?” by Jeffrey Toobin, January 16, 2006

LA Daily News: “County OKs Relocation Study,” by Troy Anderson, January 11, 2006

Associated Press article: “Stepping into the Ring with Bill O’Reilly is Getting a lot More Crowded,” by David Bauder, January 8, 2006

Las Vegas Review-Journal Editorial: “Too Much Influence Available for Sale,” January 6, 2006

Washington Post article: “Mining Misinformation,” by Howard Kurtz, January 5, 2006

KPCC-FM 89.3 radio program: “A Park for Downtown Los Angeles”, AirTalk with Larry Mantle, January 3, 2006