Larry King is in the Guinness Book of World Records for hosting the longest-running show on the same network and in the same time slot. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Future Of CNN, Beyond Larry King
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After 25 Years, King Will Hang Up His Suspenders
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Monoliths Of Media: Time and its classic competitors, Newsweek and Businessweek (now Bloomberg Businessweek), have all been in print for more than 70 years, but Time alone has made it through the decline of the print journalism industry relatively unscathed. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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'Time' Magazine: The Last Of The Big Newsweeklies
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Under Fire, Journalist Helen Thomas Quits
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The 'Crude' Crew: Filmmaker Joe Berlinger (far right) poses with his documentary film crew. Chevron wants Berlinger to turn over hundreds of hours of raw footage -- film that Berlinger argues is protected by journalistic privilege. Helen J. Fairclough/Radical Media hide caption

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A 'Crude' Awakening: Chevron Vs. The Documentarian
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The Wall Street Journal's Greater New York Section is seen by some as the latest strike in a battle between the Journal and The New York Times. Courtesy of The Wall Street Journal hide caption

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New 'WSJ' City Section Takes Aim At 'New York Times'
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Media Focuses On 'Bad News'
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CNN's headquarters is in Atlanta, Ga. The network promises an enduring commitment to factual news reporting even as its earlier standing as the nation's leading cable news network has been eroded. Ric Feld/AP hide caption

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Sold Documentaries On Public TV, Firms Get Ads
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Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass during Holy Week at St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican on Thursday. The pope has been on the defensive as the Roman Catholic Church's ongoing child abuse scandal has again gained force in the U.S. and Europe. Cristophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Catholic Paper Says Pope's Credibility Is At Stake
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