Former New York Times president and publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, center, died on Saturday. He was 86. Marty Lederhandler/AP hide caption

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Sulzberger Ushered 'New York Times' Into New Era

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Must See? A Car Chase On Fox Prompts Apology

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U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens was killed in an attack against the American consulate in Benghazi on Sept. 11. CNN recovered Stevens' diary in the ruins of the consulate and used it in its reporting without obtaining consent from his family. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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CNN Defends Reporting On Slain Ambassador's Diary

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Since leaving Fox News in 2011, Glenn Beck has found his way back to TV. His Internet television network, The Blaze TV, is now available to subscribers of the Dish Network. Kris Connor/Getty Images for Dish Network hide caption

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Smaller Audience, Bigger Payoff For Glenn Beck

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Millions of Americans rely on Univision anchor Jorge Ramos to tell them about the news, but his children aren't among them. Like many Latinos who've grown up in the U.S., they get their news in English. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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The Next Frontier In TV: English News For Latinos

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Telemundo anchor and reporter Jose Diaz-Balart made a notable, if fleeting, appearance during NBC's Republican primary debate last summer. This past June, NBC News and Telemundo announced they would be collaborating on the rest of their 2012 election coverage. Steve Mitchell/AP hide caption

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Eyeing Latinos, NBC News Snuggles Up To Telemundo

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Francisco Cortes started at Fox as an apprentice, then rose through the ranks to become Fox News Latino's first director. Courtesy of FOX News Latino hide caption

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How Fox Pioneered A Formula For Latino News

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Two Former News Corp. Editors Face Hacking Charges

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Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC's newest host, is a Tulane professor with a Ph.D. in political science from Duke. She hosts the two-hour Melissa Harris-Perry show, which airs on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Eliot Kamenitz/The Times-Picayune /Landov hide caption

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MSNBC Gets Academic: Meet Host Prof. Harris-Perry

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Romney Responds To Obama's Bain Capital Charges

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Newspapers acknowledged publishing dozens of items in print or online from outsourcing firm Journatic that appeared under fake bylines. The Chicago Tribune, for example, said the matter is under investigation. But the newspaper's corporate parent, the Tribune Co., is a new investor in Journatic. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Fake Bylines Reveal Hidden Costs Of Local News

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Media Get Health Care Ruling Wrong, At First

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Murdoch Considers Split For News Corp.

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An influential group of British lawmakers says Rupert Murdoch, shown above with his son James (left) last July, is unfit to lead his global media empire. The scathing report also says his company misled Parliament about the scale of phone hacking at one of its tabloids. Sang Tan/AP hide caption

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