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Today, she is a CBS network news correspondent based in New York, and he is president of the National Urban League.• Rep.
Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.), and Philadelphia news anchor Renee Chenault married in 2001.
Although she never reported on Greenspan, he was widely considered one of the most powerful people in Washington.
She is still with NBC, and he retired from the Fed last year.
"Buddy" Cianfrani, a Pennsylvania state senator, that prompted A. Rosenthal, executive editor of the Times, to utter his famous line: "I don't care if my reporters are sleeping with elephants, as long as they aren't covering the circus."Rosenthal fired Foreman -- who'd covered politics for the Philadelphia Inquirer before going to the Times -- when her affair with Cianfrani came to light, a lesson to all those who cross the ethical line and literally get into bed with their sources or subjects.
FOR THE RECORD: Journalism: An article in the July 29 Opinion section about reporters getting romantically involved with their sources stated that Telemundo reporter/anchor Mirthala Salinas was on unpaid leave while the television station determined her fate for dating Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. The article also stated that Sarah Dodd, who married the Dallas police chief in 2006, still has her job as a City Hall reporter for a Dallas television station. For the Record — But apparently that most basic of journalistic rules was lost on Mirthala Salinas, who remains on unpaid leave while the Spanish-language television network Telemundo decides her fate for dating Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa while she covered him as a political reporter.
And if the past is any indicator, no matter what becomes of Salinas in the short term, she may indeed end up covering the circus again.
Laura Castañeda is an associate professor of professional practice at the USC Annenberg School of Journalism.
In the years since Foreman and Cianfrani, many reporters have become involved with -- sometimes even married -- people they or their news organizations covered. Some of the cases that became public include:• Matt Cooper, then Newsweek's deputy bureau chief in Washington, married Mandy Grunwald, a longtime media advisor for the Clintons, in 1997.
The first of its kind in the major market TV business.
After over a decade in those jobs, he joined Tribune's KTLA-TV Channel-5 as its new General Manager in early 2009.
She is married to an editor in the business section of the Los Angeles Times.
Corsini ran KCAL-TV for years, then oversaw and ran the combined KCAL/KCBS TV duopoly.