Bill Krueger


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How Yahoo! Sports has competed online by making investigative journalism its brand

When Charles Robinson first went to work as a reporter for Yahoo! Sports in 2004, he spent as much time explaining where he worked as he did trying to do his work.

“There was not a lot of understanding of … Read more

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Flyer Forums, Fifth Estate Blogs Cover TSA Scanner, Pat-Down Troubles Early, Well Before Journalists

There has been no shortage of outrage in the media coverage of the new security procedures at the nation’s airports.

We’ve all seen the headlines about angry travelers and videos of people experiencing the new “enhanced” pat-downs or holding their … Read more

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Chuck Todd, Jay Rosen, Michelle Malkin Question Ambinder’s Reasons for Leaving Blogging Behind

Marc Ambinder was among the first traditional journalists to move completely online, writing a well-regarded political blog for The Hotline and then, more recently, The Atlantic.
 
Now Ambinder is returning to his roots in traditional, print journalism. He will … Read more
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A Viewer’s Guide: How to Watch Campaign Ads

It’s that time again, when scary stuff comes at you from your television, your computer and your mailbox. That’s right, it’s campaign season. (Maybe the founding fathers deliberately placed the biggest elections right after Halloween.)
 
With Election Day looming, … Read more
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Deadspin’s Daulerio on Favre: ‘I knew there was something there’

Deadspin broke the Brett Favre story. But it took the NFL to get it into traditional media outlets.
 
Newspapers and news broadcasts have been filled this week with stories about the allegation that Favre, when he was a quarterback … Read more
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As More People Research Products Online, Will News Advertising Suffer?

Americans are increasingly relying on the Internet to help them make smart decisions about purchases, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
 
The center found that 58 percent of Americans have done research online about products … Read more
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When Bedbugs Became News, the Bedbug Registry Became a Debated Source

For three years, hardly anyone noticed the quirky little Web site Maciej Ceglowski created to keep track of bedbugs.
 
That was fine with Ceglowski, because it was more of a personal matter to him after bedbugs bit him one … Read more
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Students Prefer Printed College Newspapers over Online

Students have returned to college campuses armed with laptops, smart phones and countless other electronic gadgets. Yet most still turn to a print newspaper for their campus news.

The printed versions of college newspapers continue to thrive, with students grabbing … Read more

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Egg Industry Website Gets Boost from Media During Salmonella Recall

Search Google for “egg safety” and the first link that comes up is for the Egg Safety Center.

Seems like a logical place to look for information about the largest egg recall in the nation’s history. That’s what The … Read more

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Sports Illustrated’s Peter King Shows You Can Teach Old Dogs New Tweets

Peter King didn’t particularly want to write a weekly online column and he certainly wasn’t interested in Twitter. He had a full-time job covering the NFL for Sports Illustrated, thank you, and that was quite enough.

 
But King, 53,
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