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St. Louis Media Halls of Fame announces the Class of 2012

Seventeen names have been added to the long list of media dignitaries already ensconced in the St. Louis Media Halls of Fame. The 17 were selected from dozens of nominees scrutinized by the directors of the St. Louis Media History … Continue reading

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Learn how to mine electronic data for information

Government agencies at the local, state and national levels collect reams of information about us as we pay our taxes, apply for business licenses, fill out census data and generally go about our lives. All that information goes into databases … Continue reading

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Discussing Missouri and Illinois sunshine laws

Post-Dispatch reporter Greg Jonsson (left), Illinois Press Association general counsel Don Craven and media law attorney Joe Martineau discuss access to public records during the St. Louis Pro Chapter’s November luncheon. Information on the “sunshine laws” in both states was … Continue reading

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