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Articles from May 5

Capital Ideas 2003: Follow the Money
NAA's newly released annual capital-expenditures survey shows the big movers this year -- and big differences from last year Newspapers are likely to boost investments in plant and equipment by almost 10% this year, according to survey results released...
Corporation Counsel
Credibility is the stock-in trade of U.S. newspapers, so their corporate-governance policies should be beyond reproach It's the middle of the annual-meeting season, and at most publicly held newspaper companies this year the top executives are staging...
Getting It Right
A WIN FOR THE FUTURE Federal appellate court frees the collegiate press of prior restraint When I wrote The First Freedom: The Tumultuous History of Free Speech in America (Delacorte Press, 1980), I began with the 1969 U.S. Supreme Court decision...
Getting off the Blocks
With their Internet-based advertising under attack, newspapers could use new wrinkles in the old game plan When 15-year-old Elizabeth Smart turned up March 12 near Salt Lake City nine months after she vanished from her bedroom, newspapers around...
Kelly and Friedman Get Wartime Kudos
They're the columnists praised most for Iraq-related commentary The sword may be mightier than the pen these days, but some columnists wrote memorable commentary during the Iraq war. E&P asked 25 people who among those commentators did it best...
NAA 2003: Nothing but Blue Skies?
Spirits appear to be on the rise Pocket umbrellas -- a must-have in Seattle -- were handed out at the opening party of the Newspaper Association of America convention. As it turned out, they were unnecessary, as convention-goers were treated to...
NAA 2003: The Young and the Restless
Study shows readership at crossroads In their coverage of the Iraq conflict, newspapers may have won the quality battle but lost the war -- for young or uncommitted readers. According to the latest study by the Readership Institute (RI), highlighted...
Newspeople
VIRGINIA Thomas Chapple, 55, has been named to the newly created position of chief administrative officer at Gannett Co. Inc. in McLean. Chapple, who will retain his responsibilities and titles as senior vice president and general counsel at the...
On the Web, Half a Page Is Better Than One?
While the jury is out on the fate of pop-up advertising, newspaper publishers are busy developing the next generation of online- advertising formats that could more than fill the void. "The industry is developing larger size units and different...
Paper Balked with Bouton at Bat
And he's ... out at home! Former Major League Baseball pitcher Jim "Bulldog" Bouton, whose controversial memoir Ball Four still resonates among fans more than 30 years later for its revelations about the sordid lives of players, throws his latest...
Pugilism Sound: Gloves off in Seattle JOA Fight
'P-I' in the sky? One newspaper may go as charges (and legal moves) fly, with Blethen seeking divorce from Hearst The lawsuit Hearst Communications Inc. filed in Seattle last week gets to the point in its very first sentence: "This case is about...
Sorting E-Mail, Time after Time
So how can newspapers make sure their e-mail reaches readers who've signed up for it? The most effective way today might not do the trick tomorrow. That's because new filters are being used everyday by various Internet service providers (ISPs),...
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