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Articles from Vol. 124, No. 51, December 21

AM International, Komori, Downplay Takeover Threat
AM International, Komori, downplay takeover threat Executives of AM International and Komori Corp. appear to be trying their best to downplay suggestions that Tokyo-based Komori is revving a takeover attempt after four years of enforced idleness....
Another Prospective New York Daily News Buyer Surfaces
Another prospective New York Daily News buyer surfaces "Thanks a Million" columnist Percy Ross has assembled a group of people interested in purchasing the New York Daily News. The Minneapolis-based Ross said that the group includes himself and...
ANPA Publishes Results of Audiotex Caller Survey
ANPA publishes results of audiotex caller survey The American Newspaper Publishers Association last month published the results of a mid-July survey of more than 35,000 callers to 15 newspapers' audiotex services. The survey, the first of its kind,...
Color Keyless Offset in Europe
Color keyless offset in Europe Following four years of lab work and field tests, MAN Roland this spring received its first keyless offset order, valued at more than $30 million. Two Colorman A presses are scheduled to go on edition in mid-1993...
Goss Unveils MLX in Tokyo; New Press for Japanese Market Shows Changes in Rockwell Graphic Systems' Approach to Color Keyless Offset
Goss unveils MLX in Tokyo After several years of researching hardware design and ink formulation, particularly in color printing, Rockwell Graphic Systems has taken a new approach to keyless inking offset technology - one that makes some further changes...
Government Information Protected: Supreme Court Reverses Lower Court Rulings; Says Complete Disclosure of Reports on Haitian Refugees Is Not Necessary under FoIA
Government information protected The U.S. Supreme Court has reversed two lower courts and ruled that disclosure of redacted information in government reports about Haitian refugees "would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of privacy." In...
Guidelines to Covering David Duke Discussed
Guidelines to covering David Duke discussed Journalists who cover David Duke as he begins his recently announced campaign for the Republican presidential nomination should examine and investigate him on the issues, while at the same time avoiding...
Having the Last Laugh in Buckeye
Having the last laugh in Buckeye Five years ago I wandered into Buckeye, a grungy Arizona desert town about 30 miles west of downtown Phoenix and just this side of decrepitude. I picked up the local newspaper, as I usually do, but didn't read it...
New Newspaper in the Netherlands: International Group of College Students Producing an English-Language Paper in the City of Masstricht
New newspaper in the Netherlands The dean of the European Institute for Internal Communication (EIIC), a branch of Emerson College that opened this fall in Masstricht, the Netherlands, offered his print journalism students a choice - produce a standard...
Politics - Pennsylvania Style: Newspaper Exec Claims Retaliation by D.A. after Editors Are Arrested for Publishing Transcript of Taped Telephone Interview in Murder Case
Politics - Pennsylvania style In an apparently unprecedented case, the publisher, two top editors, and star columnist of a Pennsylvania newspaper have been arrested for publishing the transcript of a taped, on-the-record news interview. At 10 a.m....
Readers Respond to D.C. Paper's House Ad
Readers respond to D.C. paper's house ad The Washington (D.C.) Times is planning to print a holiday gift to itself from its readers. According to a house ad signed by managing editor Wesley Pruden, on Dec. 22 the Times plans to publish a special...
Size Requirements for 'Calvin and Hobbes:' More Than a Dozen Papers Cancel the Sunday 'Calvin' Rather Than Run It a Half Page When Bill Watterson's Sabbatical Ends
Size requirement for |Calvin and Hobbes' In a time when many newspapers cram five strips a page into their Sunday comics sections, Bill Watterson is trying to buck the tide. His "Calvin and Hobbes" strip will return from sabbatical February 2 with...
Taking on a Sacred Cow: Montgomery Advertiser Targeted by Fans after It Publishes a Controversial Story on the Auburn University Football Program
Taking on a sacred cow After the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser had broken the story of a former Auburn University football player's allegations that he had received money from school coaches and alumni, the paper found itself riding a two-headed tiger....
Terry Anderson Celebrates His Freedom
Terry Anderson celebrates his freedom Former hostage Terry Anderson was greeted in Washington, D.C., with receptions both very public and very private, and now has reportedly headed points south to begin privately his readjustment to freedom. After...
The Page Agreement: According to Court Papers, Former Chicago Sun-Times Publisher Robert Page Was to Get $375,000 Annually When He Left
The Page agreement Court papers filed in the lawsuits between the Chicago Sun-Times and its former publisher, Robert E. Page, indicate Page's separation agreement called for him to be paid $375,000 a year for two years. "The evidence will show...
Troubles Mount for Maxwell Empire: Meanwhile New York Daily News Creditors Meet as the Newspaper Tries to Find a Way to Survive
Troubles mount for Maxwell empire The collapse of late New York Daily News publisher Robert Maxwell's empire continues wreaking havoc at the paper, which is fighting for life under the protection of bankruptcy court. The paper filed for bankruptcy...
Two Thomson Papers Publishing during Strikes
Two Thomson papers publishing during strikes Two small Thomson newspapers in Ontario continue to publish into the sixth week of strikes by units of the Southern Ontario Newspaper Guild. Both units struck in early November after 13 months of negotiations...
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