'Detroit Free Press' covers a canceled speech

Bob Woodruff, YouTube, and The Newspaper Association of America

Bob Woodruff, YouTube, and The Newspaper Association of America

Ups 

Sen. Larry Craig's resignation provokes a useful discussion about when it's appropriate to cover public figures' sexual orientation

Former news anchor Bob Woodruff, seriously injured by a bomb in Iraq in January 2006, returns to full-time work at ABC News

YouTube agrees to pay royalties to songwriters in the UK when their tracks are played on videos on the site, ending a copyright dispute

Downs

The Newspaper Association of America reports industry advertising revenue is down 8.6% in the second quarter

The Detroit Free Press runs a pre-written story "covering" a speech by Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli that was actually canceled at the last moment

A Florida high school assigns grades to journalism students based on the amount of ads they sell for the school's yearbook

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