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Articles from Vol. 131, No. 19, May 9

57 Million Web Users Reported
Net Demographics, U.S. Vast audience emerging More than 57 million people in the United States are now accessing the Internet's World Wide Web, according to the latest survey by RelevantKnowledgeInc. In a report of its latest findings issued last...
Almost like A Newspaper
Theme Park Thrill Ride Mixing technology with new media & marketing conference attractions THE VISION THAT comes to mind when one thinks of Orlando can be summed up with one simple concept: theme park fun. In keeping with that idea, this years...
Another Try at Dry
A AFTER SEVERAL NEAR misses, a graphic arts film requiring no wet chemical processing is finishing a year of beta tests in the United States and abroad. Recalling other first forays into new publishing production technologies (pagination, electronic...
Come out of the Dark
* Ten years of an overstated anti-sun message have made the sun protection problem worse. The latest research confirms that regular suntanners may actually be better off in the fight against the most deadly form of skin cancer, malignant melanoma. ...
Cyber Takes Up Lots of Space at Cartoon Sessions
National Cartoonists Society speakers discuss the organization's internet service, various cartoon sites and a cyber-place where creators can get legal information IT'S A SIGN of the times that every seminar at the recent National Cartoonists Society...
Daily Circulation Builds as Sunday Softens Slightly
Top 25 papers may have reversed long slum p in daily circulationbut momentum is fading from Sunday's decades-long surge, FAS-FAX indicates NEWSPAPERS ARE BEGINNING to show signs - however modest - that they are turning around their long circulation...
Death Chamber Photos? Fla. Prohibition Challenged
A Tallahassee newsman wants to videotape and photograph electric chair executions. He says state rules prohibiting cameras are not valid because of a legislative oversight. DAVID NOACK IN A CASE that could pave the way for newspaper photographers to...
Editors, Lovers and Significant Others
Through the years editors, too, have had their fair share of 'friends' Ward, professor emeritus, Temple University is author of Mainstreams of AmericanMedia History, and 14 other books. WHEN THE "HIGH and mighty" are linked to a member of the opposite...
Fla. Fight For
Marketing Rights THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES is protesting contracts between the University of South Florida and the Tampa Tribune. saying the school failed to solicit bids on agreements giving the Tribune the right to promotional activities at sporting...
International News Does Matter
There was a time, before the days of working spouses, when reporters would kill for a foreign assignment. Winsbip, former editor of the Boston Globe, is chairman of the International Center for Journalists In Washington, D.C A LITTLE NOTICED spinoff...
In Wenatchee, Wash., Discretion Dictates Standing Pat in P.M. Cycle
AS DAILIES CONTINUE to switch from afternoon to morning delivery, Rufus Woods, editor and publisher of the Wenatchee (Wash.) World, chooses to stick with the afternoon. He decided to buck the decades-long trend after polling subscribers and carefully...
Net to Eclipse Papers in Five Years?
The UPI Technology Survey: 'America and the New Information Age' study finds that computer users anticipate sweeping changes in the news business Eighty percent of the computer users surveyed in a United Press International poll believe that during...
Reporters Barred from Seeing All Death Procedures
Federal appellate court overturns ruling that said journalists have a First Amendment right to view the entire death-by-injection execution process THE RULING OF a federal judge who said reporters should be allowed to witness the entire lethal injection...
Scribe Sues Paper for Defamation
THE DAILY CAMERA of Boulder, Colo., has been sued by a former reporter who charges defamation, invasion of privacy and outrageous conduct. The action is the latest move in an unusual confrontation between a reporter and her newspaper over who owns the...
What's Up during NEXPO's Five Days
A guide to tech talk at industry's premiere technology conference As THE CENTURY draws to a close. there is a growing feeling among newspaper people that the industry is witnessing the end of one era and the beginning of a new one.As in all periods...
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