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News researchers catch blogging fever
March 15, 2007, 5:47 pm
Filed under: blogs, free speech, journalism, newspapers, online

In Your Right to Know, two newsroom researchers from The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer are blogging about what citizens are entitled to find out about and how to do it. The blog is part of the newspaper’s week-long celebration of Sunshine Week — they’ve got a really excellent collection of stories and information about open records and open meetings!

Tip o’ my hat to my teaching colleague Cory Armstrong and her News Reporting and Public Records blog, which has more about this.

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