I'm not sure what kind of things we should be posting, but I came back from vacation to find that a reporter from NC's PBS station had 200 hours of tape she shot for a documentary on a corporate polluter subpoenaed by our legislature. They watched a rough cut of her documentary (that the station is distancing itself from) in Senate Chambers before it aired.
What's worse, is that because UNC-TV is considered a state agency (who knew? They're governed by the Board of Governors which runs the university system here), the same tapes are considered public record and are being demanded by said corporation (Alcoa Aluminum) in a Public Records Request. If allowed, the corporation will see and hear everything the reporter recorded.
NC even has a shield law to protect reporters from this sort of thing, but because the PBS station is a State Agency, it matters not.
Here's a link:http://www.newsobserver.com/2010/07/10/573771/alcoa-wants-files-fro...