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Articles from Vol. 124, No. 32, August 10

A Hungarian Newspaper in the U.S.A
A Hungarian newspaper in the U.S.A. Paul Forray, a Hungarian-American, believes there is a lot of good news coming out of his former homeland, and he wants his compatriots in the United States to know about it--fast. So the Los Angeles scrap metal...
ANPA Issues Alert on Disabilities Act
ANPA issues alert on disabilities act A year ago Congress passed the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), and the American Newspaper Publishers Association is advising members now about the implications when it takes effect next year. The act...
Avoid Costly Lawsuits for Sexual Harassment
Avoid costly lawsuits for sexual harassment Maybe you think sexual harassment is not occurring in your newspaper office or plant. Maybe you think you will never get hit by the growing number of costly lawsuits that workers are bringing against...
Changing Rivalry; Newspapers and Television: Competing and Cooperating
Changing rivalry Newspapers and television: competing and cooperating The advertising bloom is off the tv rose and it is time newspapers started taking advantage of some dramatic market changes to boost their image with customers. This was...
Co-Op Ads Are Ripe for Plucking
Co-op ads are ripe for plucking Co-op dollars are ripe for plucking if ad salespeople keep an eye out for local opportunities, three co-op professionals revealed at the summer sales conference of the International Newspaper Advertising and Marketing...
Defending the Indefensible
Defending the indefensible All but the mentally infirm are aware that we have no common standards in the news business. What is fit to print in one paper is taboo in another. To lie, cheat or steal in pursuit of a story is acceptable in some locales...
New Hope for Terry Anderson's Release
New hope for Terry Anderson's release Cautious optimism was the most that people would allow themselves about the news that Associated Press chief Middle East correspondent Terry Anderson and other hostages in Lebanon might soon be freed. However,...
Odd Couple: Newspaper, Television Station Team Up to Cover Local News
Odd couple Newspaper, television station team up to cover local news What's this? A newspaper and a television station joining forces for local news coverage? Yup. That's what's happening between the San Diego Tribune and KGTV Channel 10,...
Press Freedom in the Arab World; a Visit to the Gulf Times of Qatar
Press freedom in the Arab world A visit to the Gulf Times of Qatar His readers live in one of the richest countries on earth, yet the national literacy rate is only 60%. As editor, he fights for all Arab causes, although he does not employ...
Solid Opposition: Paid, Free Papers Mend Differences; in Multiple Strategies They Oppose California Sales Tax
Solid opposition Paid, free papers mend differences; in multiple strategies they oppose California sales tax The California Newspaper Publishers Association moved quickly last week to heal differences between paid- and free-circulation papers...
Stalemate on Naming Rape Victims; No Clear Standards, No Easy Answers Emerge from IRE Panel
Stalemate on naming rape victims No clear standards, no easy answers emerge from IRE panel NBC News president Michael Gartner had a simple message for the roomful of journalists awaiting his rationale for broadcasting the name of an alleged...
The Plight of Journalists over 50; Cost Cutting Is Forcing Retirement on Many Journalists
The plight of journalists over 50 Cost cutting is forcing retirement on many journalists Older newspeople are looking around at an industry obsessed with cost cutting, and they are retiring when they can afford it. Even those who cannot afford...
The State of Sunday Comics Advertising; Metro-Puck Executive Carmen Willix Projects a 1991 Increase of More Than 20% after a Lengthy Period of Relatively Low Sales
The state of Sunday comics advertising Metro-Puck executive Carmen Willix projects a 1991 increase of more than 20% after a lengthy period of relatively low sales The more than 250 Sunday comics sections in the Metro-Puck Comics Network are read...
Thumbs Down Award Is No Shame to Globe's Barnicle
Thumbs Down Award is no shame to Globe's Barnicle The National Association of Black Journalist's annual "Thumbs Down Award" is meant to embarrass and shame recipients for expression or conduct that denigrates African-Americans. However, this year's...
Tribune Co. Reorganizes
Tribune Co. reorganizes With the money-hemorrhaging New York Daily News now in the hands of new owners, Tribune Co. has created a newspaper group and several new executive positions. Tribune Newspapers group, the new organization, will include...
Voice Processing for the Disabled
Voice processing for the disabled For users who must comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act, TeleSonic, an Annapolis-based division of Associated Enterprises Inc., has made its voice-processing systems and service bureau accessible to the...
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