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Noted Georgian Journalist Gvaramia Sentenced To Lengthy Prison Term

Radio Free Europe 16 May 2022
The Tbilisi City Court sentenced the 45-year-old journalist and lawyer to 3 1/2 years in prison on May 16, after finding him guilty of abuse of power related to his activities as director general of the Rustavi 2 television channel in 2019.
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Director-General condemns killing of prominent television journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in Palestine

MENA FN 16 May 2022
(MENAFN - Indian Auto LPG Coalition) Paris, 11 May 2022 –The Director-General of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, has called for a thorough investigation into the killing of television reporter Shireen Abu ... .
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‘Barry’ Secret Weapon Sarah Goldberg Takes Center Stage

The Daily Beast 16 May 2022
In its first two highly rated seasons, HBO’s dark comedy Barry successfully deconstructed the masculine tropes and glamorized violence audiences have come to expect on prestige television shows about sad, murderous—or generally terrible—men ... Everything on Barry’s a collaboration, which is a real luxury in television.
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‘Fiery’ Jen Psaki ending tenure as a top White House messenger

The Virginian-Pilot 16 May 2022
WASHINGTON — Jen Psaki had been White House press secretary less than two weeks when a reporter asked whether Twitter’s ban of Donald Trump had made President Joe Biden’s life easier ... “Former President Trump.”Advertisement ... The sessions were informative but generally lacked the drama to draw big ratings on cable television ... .
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Attorney General’s Democratic primary pits two heavy hitters

Albuquerque Journal 15 May 2022
[caption id="attachment_2476561" align="alignright" width="331"] State Auditor Brian Colón, left, and 2nd Judicial District Attorney Raúl Torrez are the Democratic candidates for attorney general.[/caption] ... Both are waging aggressive campaigns that feature attack ads, and the gloves came off during a recent KRQE television debate.
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AG’s Democratic primary pits two heavy hitters

Albuquerque Journal 15 May 2022
The Attorney General’s Office has primary authority for enforcement of consumer protection and antitrust laws, prosecution of criminal appeals and some complex white-collar crimes, training and certifying peace officers, and most natural resources and environmental matters, according to the current AG’s office.
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Shireen Abu Aqleh: UN security council condemns killing of journalist

The Observer 15 May 2022
The UN secretary general, António Guterres, was also “deeply disturbed” by the violence, according to a spokesperson. Television footage showed pallbearers struggling to stop Abu Aqleh’s coffin from falling to the ground as Israeli police officers charged at them, grabbing ...
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Arkansas’ home run

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 15 May 2022
The stadium was renamed for longtime general manager Ray Winder in 1966 ... Little Rock native Bill Valentine, who had worked as an American League umpire from 1963-68, became the Travelers' general manager in 1976 ... In Valentine's first year as general manager, attendance at Traveler games increased 34 percent.
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Who Cares About Your Opinion? Why the Foxification of British News Isn’t Working (Column)

Variety 14 May 2022
A strange trend is taking place on British television ... Both generally ...
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News executive Richard Wald, who helped build ABC News, dies

The Buffalo News 14 May 2022
He was 92 ... He served on the boards of the Pulitzer Prizes, DuPont-Columbia and Peabody awards ... “Wald was the guy who knew the news business inside and out — not just television,” Bettag said ... Tags. Dcc Wire Apmediaapi Obit-richard Wald Pulitzer Prize Awards Tv News Television Newspapers Journalism Media News Media Obituaries General News ... ....
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'Young people missed out in solving global problems'

Anadolu Agency 14 May 2022
Consultation platforms have been created and decisions made to resolve these problems, but young people have missed out, stressed Mehmet Zahid Sobaci, the director-general of Turkish Radio and Television (TRT). Emphasizing that creativity is in the nature of youth, Sobaci said young people have a strong instinct to dream, innovate, and be dynamic ... .
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Polish budget policy could make it harder to tame inflation – MPC’s Litwiniuk

FX Empire 14 May 2022
No rate hikes, even to the level of the real interest rate, will change that,” Litwiniuk told TVN24 television. Pointing to campaigning ahead of general elections planned for 2023, Litwiniuk – a university professor who was appointed to the MPC in January – said Polish inflation may remain elevated until 2025 ... Advertisement ... Sign Up. Latest Articles.
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Opinion: Hamilton County seems to be the poster child for government coziness

Times Free Press 14 May 2022
— The county has been roiled the past year by the controversy over current District Attorney General Neal Pinkston continuing to employ his former television reporter wife as his chief of staff and her brother as an investigator ... attorney general would have to take action.
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Francesca Rudkin: You can't bollard the whole country, but you can help the kids that are ram raiding

NewstalkZB 14 May 2022
However, don’t expect anything to change quickly. There is no quick fix ... They are audacious acts of violence in which the damage, fear and inconvenience they cause generally outweighs any gain. The imagery makes for good television and news, and the fact youth dominate ram raid statistics adds to their shocking nature ... .
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Ron Bartholomew Named General Manager of WNDU in South Bend, Indiana

Eagle-Tribune 13 May 2022
ATLANTA, May 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gray Television, Inc ... GTN) has named Ron Bartholomew as the General Manager of WNDU, the NBC affiliate in South Bend, Indiana (DMA 99) ... For the past three years, Ron has successfully guided the sales efforts of WMC Television, Gray’s NBC Affiliate in Memphis, Tennessee, as the station’s director of sales.

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President Joe Biden signs S. 583, the “Promoting Rigorous and Innovative Cost Efficiencies for Federal Procurement and Acquisitions Act of 2021” or the “PRICE Act of 2021,” Tuesday, February 22, 2022, in the Oval Office at the White House.
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