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Articles from March 27

Carolyn Cole of 'LA Times' Wins BOP Photojournalist of the Year
Carolyn Cole of The Los Angeles Times was named Photojournalist of the Year in the large markets category in the National Press Photographers Association Best of Photojournalism competition Friday. Cole's winning portfolio spans many major stories,...
How Press Covered Tillman Killing and Aftermath 3 Years Ago
With the family of Pat Tillman continuing to charge that a "coverup" still surrounds his death by friendly fire in Afghanistan, it is worth looking back at exactly how the press -- which, like the Tillman family, was lied to about the incident by the...
NewsSuite from alfaMedia, NewsXpress from alfaQuest
AlfaQuest Technologies of Rolling Meadows, Ill., has introduced its latest platesetter, is installing its integrated publishing system at its first U.S. customer, and has appointed a support manager for the publishing system. Designed as a low-cost...
NY Times Digital Reader Debuts -- but Will PC Users Pay for It?
The New York Times has unveiled the public version of its new Times Reader program, which is designed to give users a digital reading experience that is more like the print version of the paper than NYTimes.com. Robert Larson, vice president for...
Outgoing ASNE President Has One Word for Newspaper Critics -- and It Starts with "Bull"
Dave Zeeck has one word for those who claim newspapers are biased, lazy and out to bring down the country: Bullshit! In blunt comments Tuesday to the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Zeeck, editor of the News-Tribune in Tacoma, Wash. and outgoing...
SAGE Advice: Web Beats Paper in Bid for Housing Ad Share
Time was when house hunters mostly pored over newspaper ads, but now the Internet is grabbing a substantial share of the housing ad market. Our Leo J. Shapiro February national consumer survey finds that in the past seven days, 3% searched newspapers...
Specter at ASNE Urges Editors to Support Federal Shield Law
Three members of Congress, including Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), made a surprise visit to the American Society of Newspaper Editors conference Tuesday to urge that editors use their pages in support of the upcoming federal shield law bill. As part...
Spirited Talk on First Amendment at ASNE
A parade of newspaper industry veterans, from subpoenaed reporters to a lawyer representing student journalists, urged members of the American Society of Newspaper Editors Tuesday to do more in the fight for press freedom. One by one, in short interviews...
TUESDAY'S LETTERS: 'LAT' and Rumsfeld, Pat Tillman's Religion
In today's letters, a reader thinks that if Donald Rumsfeld were to guest-edit a section of the LA Times it should be from Guantanamo, and another thinks it should be made clearer that Pat Tillman was "probably an atheist." *** Rumsfeld as Rumored...
TUESDAY'S LINKS: Jacksonville Paper's Article Called 'Racist,' Young Newspaper Staffers Conflicted, PEJ Index
In today's links, Carl Howe thinks there will always be a place for local newspapers, a study of editors opinions finds that a majority are positive in their assessments of newspapers' future, and a Chicago Tribune writer sees a big reaction to a story...
Woodward's Notes from 'Deep Throat' Interviews Emerge
If you have ever been fascinated with Watergate -- or merely enjoyed the movie "All the President's Men" -- you've probably tried to imagine what Bob Woodward's notes from his parking ramp meetings with "Deep Throat" in the famous parking garage looked...
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