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network correspondent : A television reporter who delivers the news on camera. Network correspondents may or may not do the actual news-gathering for their stories. News Reporting & Writing (Eighth Edition) by the Missouri Group. Copyright 2005. Reproduced by permission of Bedford/St. Martins.

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How to get smart: News literacy programs train readers to look beyond infotainment

Kathleen Parker
Washington Post News Media Services
Washington, D.C.

July 17, 2012

Few instances are more refreshing than the sound of a politician leaving office.

This isn’t because we want to see them go, necessarily (though this, too, can be delicious), but because they tend to speak truthfully upon their departure.

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