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Articles from Vol. 127, No. 14, April 2

Ad/Sat Sold to Skylight Inc
Associated Press declines to make an offer; triple-I drops out of the bidding process; Atkins leaves post to Ad/Sat president and CEO AD/SAT INC. has been acquired by recently-formed Skylight Inc., bringing an end to speculation over the immediate...
Another Change at the Helm of United: Sid Goldberg Is Named to Succeed Brad Bushell as Vice President, General Manager of Syndication
Sid Goldbergg is named to succeed Brad Bushell as vice president, general manager of syndication THE COMPOSITION OF United Media's top management team has changed yet again with the promotion of Sid Goldberg to senior vice president, general manager...
CAA, CAAA, CWA, NAQS, RCRA and You
These are the laws that protect the environment and your plant Editor's Note: One of the functions of this section is to provide concise summaries of the forces that shape what we do to preserve our environment. Federal laws are one of the strongest...
Checklist to Reduce Pollution: 17 Ways to Help Your Environment
17 ways to help your environment Editor's Note: There is a lot of emphasis on cleaning up the environment and not much attention paid to preventing pollution. It's a lot better to have no spills or problems than it is to run around playing Molly...
Dare to Compare: No Other Major Recyclable Material Matches the Reuse Rate of Newspapers
No other major recyclable material matches the reuse rate of newspapers Since 1988, $2 billion has been spent by newsprint paper mill companiBs to increase their capacity to recycle old newsprint into new newsprint, according to the Newspaper Association...
Dealing with an Age-Old Editing Problem
The Whitewater feeding frenzy in the media continues to be a field day for press critics, and for good reason. The New York Times blockbuster of March 18 is a classic example of why good editors are paid good money to do right by their reporters...
Drug Crisis Hits Home at Illinois Paper; in His Death, 37-Year-Old Bob Green Confronted the Northwest Herald with a Series of Hard Questions
In his death, 37-year-old Bob Green confronted the Northwest Herald with a series of hard questions TO HIS CO-WORKERS at the Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake, Ill., reporter Bob Green was shy and something of a loner. On the job, they knew, he...
Earth Beat
It's a 55-page NI E booklet that put New London, Conn., on the world map The New London/Norwich, Conn., metro market is rated the 169th-largest in the U.S. by E&P's Market Guide. But one publication, developed by Elaine Stattler, community...
Promoter of Voice Personals Becomes a User
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS of promoting voice personial classifieds, Eric Nelson recently became a user too. What he experienced amounted to a catalog of the problems -- and potential -- of voice personials, the original interactive "killer application."...
Recycle Masters
The State Journal-Register, Springfield, Ill., shows what determination and creativity can do At some newspapers, the publisher is the motivator for evironmental programs and other managers follow along. At a recent visit to the State Journal-Register...
Returning to the Fold? Guatemalan Newspaper Director, Who Resigned Rather Than Submit to Self-Censorship, Seeks to Return to His Paper
Guatemalan newspaper director, who resigned rather than submit to self-censorship, seeks to return to his paper MARIO ANTONIO SANDOVAL, a guatemalan newspaper director who resigned in May rather than submit to self-censorship and who later became...
State of High School Journalism: Poor; Survey Shows Teachers Are Often Uncertified and Untrained to Teach the Subject; Allocated Funds Are Meager at Most Schools
Survey shows teachers are often uncertified and untrained to teach the subject; allocated funds are meager at most schools THE HIGH SCHOOL teacher often are uncertified and untrained to teach this subject, which frequently does not even give students...
Study: Channel One Helps Students Learn Current Events
IN A STUDY loaded with caveats, researchers concluded that Whittle Communications's Channel One classroom television program can help give students a slight edge in learning current events. "There was a small but consistent advantage to [Channel...
Technology Is Bane, Boon for Layout Managers
With each telenological giant step, the layout department has taken on new importance in the newsroom IN THE ELECTRONIC newsroom, layout managers are proving that they're no dummies. They have adapted first to computers, then to full pagination...
Touch of Home for West Coast Brits: Los Angeles-Based British Weekly Seeks to Reach a Segment of the Half-Million Brits Living in the United States
Los Angeles-based British Weekly seeks to reach a segment of the half-million Brits living in the United States THE HALF-MILLION Brits living in the United States "turn up in some of the strangest places where you would least expect them," observed...
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