Mar 27, 2003

Does it make sense to stop advertising during war? Two pubcasters weigh in on the question posed by an opinion poll.
Radio-Television News Directors Association announced regional winners of its 2003 Edward R. Murrow Awards.
The "cover-all-sides style" of the BBC's war coverage has brought "a steady fusillade of criticism," reports Howard Kurtz in the Washington Post. Nearly 230 public TV stations carry BBC World, a global news broadcast.