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By Brian Stelter, CNN
Seeking to speed up government rule-making about the use of drones in newsgathering, CNN and the Georgia Institute of Technology said Monday that they would jointly study how to operate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) safely and effectively.
In a press release, the partners called it a "research initiative" and said they will share data with the Federal Aviation Authority "as it considers regulations that will allow for the safe and effective operation of UAVs by media outlets."
The announcement comes amid widespread interest in newsrooms across the country in what's been dubbed "drone journalism," and equally widespread uncertainty about the legality of it. The FAA has severely limited the use of drones for commercial purposes, including newsgathering. It is due to develop new drone rules by September 2015.FULL STORY
Jane Hall, Paul Farhi, Frank Sesno and Howard Kurtz discuss the CNN host's interview with the Fox News anchor.
Last night, Howie joined Bill O'Reilly on The Factor and lived to tell the tale.
"Got a couple of scratches, but I don’t think Bill O'Reilly drew any blood," Kurtz wrote in The Daily Beast.
Read more about Howie's adventures with Bill and watch the video here.