Army admits it used Rendon Group's profiles of journalists to reject embeds

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Also, the Army used the analyses of reporters' work to decide how to steer them away from potentially negative stories, reports Leo Shane III. An Army spokesman says: "If a reporter has been focused on nothing but negative topics, you're not going to send him into a unit that's not your best. We're not trying to control what they report, but we are trying to put our best foot forward."
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