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May 29, 2009

Fair use or infringement? Don’t assume!

Copyright laws offer guidance, but much depends on a case-by-case basis, according to a PCLI panel held at Newsday on May 28.
May 14, 2009

Suffolk Police F.O.I.L. forms go online

The Suffolk County Police Department announced that Freedom of Information Law (F.O.I.L.) requests for police and motor vehicle crash reports can now be made online through the police department’s Web site,
May 4, 2009

2009 PCLI Media Awards finalists

Announcing the 2009 PCLI Media Awards finalists.
May 1, 2009

Twitter, Facebook and why social media matters

April 29, 2009

Leary: ‘Still a great future for newspapers’

With bad news about the media industry being spit out as fast as you can say “Tweet,” you might expect Michael Leary, managing editor of the bankrupt Philadelphia Inquirer, to have a pretty sullen view of the future of the news business. Well, maybe a little. But let's not throw in the towel just yet.
April 22, 2009

March board meeting briefs

A roundup of the PCLI board's March meeting.
April 20, 2009

Aggregating doesn’t have to be aggravating

It's okay to let sites like Twitter and FaceBook point to trends in breaking news, but it still takes good, old-fashioned journalistic fact-checking with trusted sources, to write it right.
March 13, 2009

O’Connell named aide to St. Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshal

Press Club of Long Island President John O’Connell marched up Fifth Avenue on March 17 for the 248th annual St. Patrick’ s Day parade as an aide to the Grand Marshal.
February 27, 2009

Poll: Would you pay for Newsday’s online content?

According to reports, Newsday plans for pay for access to its online content, making it one of the first major newspapers to go that route, while others have gone to a free model -- save the Wall Street Journal. Now, the big question: Will the business model work?