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PRESS RELEASE: College journalism groups urge Court to protect political speech in student newspapers

(06/16/99 12:00am)

Groups representing America's college student media asked the U.S. Supreme Court this week to overturn a lower court ruling that they warned "could threaten the very existence of student media on hundreds of public college campuses nationwide."

PRESS RELEASE: Wisconsin college editor honored for open-records advocacy

(09/28/09 12:00am)

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Jonathan Anderson, former Editor-in-Chief of the UWM Post at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is the 2009 winner of the "College Press Freedom Award" for his tireless advocacy in pressing for greater access to public records from the university and its student government association.

PRESS RELEASE: Student journalists sue Wisconsin college officials over spurious 'privacy' claims

(11/11/09 12:00am)

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Editors at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's UWM Post filed suit today challenging their college's claim that any document that identifies a student - even the recording of a student's voice speaking at a public committee meeting - is a confidential "educational record" that cannot be released under Wisconsin's public-records law.The Post and its former editor-in-chief, Jonathan Anderson, filed suit today in Milwaukee County Circuit Court, seeking a declaration that the records sought by the Post are covered by the Wisconsin Open Records Law.

Appeals court upholds exclusive licenses for high school sports broadcasts

(08/25/11 4:49pm)

The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association’s practice of contracting coverage of live high school sports games to an exclusive broadcast partner does not violate the First or Fourteenth Amendment rights of other media, a panel from the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.