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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Journalists covering the Olympics plan to use burner phones and laptops as they assume total surveillance by the government intent on controlling China's image
Jennifer Hassan / Washington Post:
A West Virginia TV reporter was hit by a car during a live broadcast, highlighting what some say are high risks for multimedia journalists working alone
A.J. Katz / TVNewser:
Memo: David Firestone, NBC News Digital's executive editor and a former NYT reporter and editor, plans to retire in mid-May after 45 years in journalism
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