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NPR wins preliminary challenge to Md.’s broadcast ban on criminal trials (access required)

National Public Radio Inc. has won a preliminary but significant legal victory in its bid to air audio from the July trial of the man who murdered five Capital Gazette employees on June 28, 2018, despite Maryland’s statutory prohibition on ...

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NPR challenges Md.’s broadcast ban on criminal trial recordings (access required)

National Public Radio Inc. has become the latest news organization to challenge Maryland’s statutory ban on broadcasting official court recordings of criminal proceedings, saying the prohibition violates NPR’s constitutional right to air audio from the July trial of the man ...

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O’Malley reamed for being tardy (access required)

Former Gov. Martin O’Malley’s penchant for running late is no secret to reporters who spent time covering the man who is now running for the Democratic presidential nomination. But his tardiness drew the ire of NPR’s Diane Rehm on her ...

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NPR president leaving position, becoming National Geographic CEO

WASHINGTON — The president and CEO of NPR is stepping down after less than two years to take a similar position at the National Geographic Society, the public radio organization’s board of directors announced Monday. Gary Knell said he plans ...

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What’s hot this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (access required)

Frank Gorman of Gorman & Williams is back in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show. And, just like last year, he’s graciously offered to write a few dispatches about his trip. The following is an overview of CES, ...

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