Journalists have for years been censoring information -
That's why using "censorship" in the new, modern meaning has made it just a flame triggerword useful only to push people's hot buttons. It retains its pejorative connotation but none of the pejorative meaning. Under the current popular definition, as used in this story in particular, "censorship" means "any decision not to say something".
Journalists "censor" themselves every day they write an article. What did they say vs. what didn't they include? Editors censor the journalists, and then the public as a whole when they decide what letters to the editor to publish, how much of each to publish, and any "fixes" they apply for style or grammar.
Librarians censor every time they decide not to buy a certain book for the library. Bookstore owners censor when they choose which books to stock. Magazine/news dealers censor. Slashdot moderators commit censorship when enough of them collectively vote an comment down below the regular reading thresholds. Slashdot posters censor themselves every time they think twice about saying something here for fear of losing karma.
Men in the workplace censor themselves on a regular basis, assuming there is any woman in the same workplace who looks halfway decent. "You look hot today" isn't something they are allowed to say, so most of them censor that kind of comment from their speech. And if they forget, then someone else will happily censor them.
Yawn. Journalists are censoring themselves. News at 11.