1. Ellen Shearer, professor at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, shares tips on how to cover the civilian use of drones, including the safety and privacy concerns. Watch the video for resources to help journalists find story ideas.

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  2. "Work Happy: What Great Bosses Know" is a workshop-in-a-book, written by the Poynter Institute's Leadership and Management expert Jill Geisler. The book, released by Hachette June 5, 2012, builds the teaching and coaching she's done for thousands of managers. It is a practical, research-based handbook for anyone who wants to improve the workplace -- from business students to aspiring managers to new supervisors to veteran leaders.

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  3. Joyce Reed was the News Director at KWTV in Oklahoma City on the day of the OK City bombing. Now, on the 15th anniversary of the bombing, she says TV stations won't talk much about the bomber, Timothy McVeigh and will seldom show color video from the day of the bombing out of concern for the victims and victims families.

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  4. Joyce Reed was the news director at KWTV in Oklahoma City on the day of the bombing at the Federal Building. She reflects on how coverage would be different if the event happened today.

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  5. Hofstra University professor Bob Papper says the move toward Backpack/MMJ/VJ journalists is not as fast as many predicted, but the movement does show growth.

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