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Articles from Vol. 129, No. 50, December 14

'Cursive' Script for Actor Who Receives Cartooning Award
The stand-up comic sat down for more than two hours eyeing a pair of imposing trophies lying on a table near the dais. Would Denis Leary, the edgy comedian/movie actor, receive the gleaming Silver T Square or the weighty statue of Popeye? The...
Eagles Brawl in Brooklyn: Competing Dailies, Brooklyn Eagle and Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Battle over the Name of a Great Paper That Is Long Gone
IN BROOKLYN'S HEYDAY, the Brooklyn Eagle was the voice of the New York City borough and the nation's most read afternoon paper. But it folded in 1955 due to union disputes. Now, two local publishers are trying to revive the fabled name with papers...
Haegele Resigns from NNN
Pat Haegele, President/general manager of the Newspaper National Network (NNN), has resigned to join former Newspaper association of America (NAA) president and CEO, Cathleen Black, at Hearst, where Haegele becomes publisher of Good Housekeeping. ...
In Search of Hometown Pundits
Opinion Editors are seeking out more local talent to write op-ed columns but finding out that developing them is a talent itself. This was the picture that emerged during interviews and panel discussions when opinion editors convened recently in...
News Companies at Odds: Four Years after Its Death, the Pittsburgh Press Inspires Lawsuit from Former Partner
Four years after breaking up their Pittsburgh joint operating agency in the wake of an eight-month labor strike that killed the Pittsburgh Press, former partners Scripps Howard Inc. and Blade Communications are now courtroom adversaries. At issue...
On the Record: Top Reporter at N.J. Daily Resign
An investigative reporter for the Record, in Bergen County, NJ., resigned from the newspaper after he was cleared in an internal inquiry that examined whether he used his newspaper affiliation to benefit a side business. Reporter Michael Moore said...
Tangled Online Trademark Dispute
MERCURY, THE mythical messenger of the gods, probably would appreciate today's swiftness in delivering information - and flowers. But he doubtless would be confused by two lawsuits filed over the use of his name in both kinds of deliveries. No...
Third Party Service Providers: Retailers Are Turning over All Ad Analysis, Placement and Billing to These Companies
A third party has insinuated itself between newspapers and the retailers who last year bought $17 billion worth of advertising - and papers have only themselves to blame, consultants Jim Currow and Phil deMontmollin say. "I need to tell you up front,...
What Goes Online and What Doesn't
How much syndicated and supplemental news service material appears on newspaper Web sites? It varies. Do newspapers pay extra when they use this material in both their print and electronic editions? It varies. How much syndicated and supplemental...
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