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Articles from Vol. 129, No. 27, July 6

A Few Tips on How to Do Well in Writing Contests
AS A JOURNALISM professor, I am sometimes asked to judge contests. I've judged in contests involving major newspapers and consumer magazines, religious magazines, trade magazines, and high school newspapers. I've also coordinated the Nixon Newspapers,...
Auto Dealer Revolt in El Paso
El Paso, Texas, auto dealers, who said they, were dissatisifed with the local newspapers, advertising rates and distribution, have started their own free, weekly paper with cooperation from ad agency executives in the market. El Sol debuted this spring....
Breaking the Rules
Harrington is president & CEO of Thomson Newspapers. This is the in a series of articles coordinated with the American Press Institute, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. FOR A LONG time it was easy for local newspapers to be successful....
Conservative Group Targets 'Liberal' Media
The Washington, D.C.-based Media Research Center is planning to give the liberal media a $2.8-million reality check. The multimillion-dollar campaign is designed "to expose for the American electorate the blatant left@ wing agenda that has made a mockery...
Editorial Cartoonists Get a Reality Check
DO HARD-HITTING cartoons, but they might get you fired or hurt your chances to get syndicated and reprinted. Concentrate on local cartoons, despite the decreasing number of staff jobs in which to do this. Think about contributing to alternative newspapers...
Message to Hispanic Press
Hispanic journalists have a special responsibility to resist the declining coverage U.S. news organizations are giving to the rest of the world, says the director of the Chicago Tribune's international news reporting. "As Hispanics, who have one foot...
Mobile Ad Sales Systems Multiply
More processing power, memory and storage, faster communications, sleek integration of applications software and the availability of in-house and third-party marketing data promise to free ad sales staff to spend less time in the office and more time...
Name Change
Canada's daily newspapers have folded their old trade association and replaced it with one that reflects the state of their industry: Fast-moving, cost-conscious and dominated by a few corporate owners. Officially, the new Canadian Newspaper Association...
Surviving TV - It's about Shelf Space
It's too soon to start calling them "premature conformists," columnist Ellen Goodman's label for those prescient few among us who are always just a step or two ahead. Still, we believe it's worth watching about 40 newspapers, which, according to Editor...
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