As a follow-up on the "Station Security in the Age of Terrorism" article on Radio Ink just a little over a week ago, media groups are begining to announce they will be paying more attention to security following the terror attacks in Paris. Capitol New York is reporting that News Corp, specifically Down Jones and News UK, issued memos to ease fears among their staff. The Dow Jones CEO reportedly informed his personnel to "expect to see changes and enhancements" and that some locations will have "increased security presence."
Less than a month ago the FBI/Homeland Security released a security bulletin that stated, following the Sony hack stemming from the release of The Interview, it believed the hackers behind that attack were targeting American news media organizations. That story first broke on The Intercept. The bulletin did not specifically mention any particular news outlet.
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