Kari Sable's page on Media focuses on where crime and the media intersect including media corruption, crime news coverage, crimes against journalists, censorship, the impact of the media on crime and threats against the freedom of speech.
“We want you to explain to us what you want from us, what are we supposed to publish or not publish, so we know what to abide by. You are at this time the de facto authorities in this city because the legal authorities have not been able to stop our colleagues from falling.” El Diario in Ciudad Juárez asks organized crime leaders. Mexico Paper, a Drug War Victim, Calls for a Voice -- NY Times
Federal investigators obtained a New York Times reporter’s three private credit reports, examined his personal bank records and obtained information about his phone calls and travel.
TV News Archive -- The Vanderbilt University archive of television news contains major US national broadcast networks: ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN news broadcasts and special programming on events including presidential press conferences, campaign coverage, Watergate hearings, American hostages in Iran, Persian Gulf war and the September 11, 2001 attack.
Journalism ethics cases faced by journalists, including privacy, conflict of interest, reporter- source relationships and the role of journalists.
Chiranuch Premchaiporn, manager of a popular Thai political website, is charged with violating Thailand's tough cyber laws faces up to 20 years in prison for failing to promptly remove reader comments allegedly defaming the country's monarchy.
The Great Giveaway," a contract by Ronald Reagan allowed studios to keep residuals from entertainers for everything produced before 1960, after MCA purchased Paramount Pictures's film library in 1959. Lawyer and Mafia mouthpiece, Sidney Korshak, negotiated with Reagan. In 1962, Reagan, MCA and SAG (Screen Artists Guild) became the subject of criminal and civil investigations by the FBI and the Justice Department. Reagan was subpoenaed to testify before the grand jury but failed to recall details of his role in the decision. "Ronald Reagan is a complete slave of MCA who would do their bidding on anything." -- Justice Department memorandum.
by Matthew B. Robinson, examines misconceptions created by media coverage of law-making and crime, policing, courts, and corrections through news, television, movies, music and other media. How corporate ownership of the mass media impacts citizen views. An in depth analysis examines how and why the media decides which topics to cover and which to ignore. Media coverage of each branch of criminal justice are reviewed what is the ultimate impact of the media when it comes to crime control and crime prevention.