Carroll marches on


L.A. Times editor John Carroll's provocative calling out of Fox News (retorted by Roger Ailes last week) is still getting around. A shortened version of Carroll's speech ran in today's Baltimore Sun, the Tribune Co. paper where he was editor before coming to the LAT. Also today, the student editor-in-chief of the Daily Emerald at the University of Oregon wrote that scooping the rest of the media on the Carroll speech last month was a highlight of the paper's year.

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