Paula Deen is ending her business relationship with a longtime agent after her admission that she used racial slurs in the past resulted in the loss of major pieces of her media and merchandising empire.
Macon.com, the web edition of the Telegraph newspaper, is going behind a paywall starting Wednesday in what is only the latest example of several Georgia papers adopting a model pioneered by the New York Times.
Media watchdogs are taking aim at federal regulations allowing TV stations like six in Georgia to share news operations while keeping separate ownership. The FCC is reviewing the rules. Craig Aaron of the Washington, D.C. based Free Press says, the stations share news so they can cut reporters, resulting in less service to communities.