Paul Watler’s Perspective: The First Amendment in a Post-9/11 World
One of the delights of practicing trial law, particularly in the First Amendment arena, is that every case is different. Just when you think you’ve seen a lot, something different comes along. Last week had a first for me. I watched my newspaper-reporter client testify as a government witness.
Winners & Losers: Making the Call
Our roving media attorney writes a monthly column (republished here by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. This month’s topic: How the quality of a broadcaster’s call of a great sports moment is, strangely, in inverse proportion to the amount of time he has to prepare for it.
100 Years of History
1942: Jesse Walker, partner at Jackson Walker, sells his Austin radio station KTBC (later named KLBJ) to Lady Bird Johnson. It was her first media purchase.
— Jackson Walker’s Media Practice: 100 Years of History
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