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FAS-FAX Preview: Circ Numbers to Take Another Big Hit
Anyone thinking the declines in circulation should ease when the Audit Bureau of Circulations releases its spring numbers on Monday will be disappointed. According to industry sources, overall daily circulation for the six months ending March 2007...
Finalists for 2007 EPpy Awards Announced
Washingtonpost.com has earned five finalist nods in the 2007 EPpy Awards, which are sponsored by Editor & Publisher and MediaWeek magazines. The finalists were announced today. EPpy winners will be revealed at the Interactive Newspaper Conference...
Incoming WHCA Prez: Critics Will Not Affect Next Year's Dinner
Like any good president-elect, Ann Compton is already looking ahead. The veteran ABC News reporter, and incoming president of the White House Correspondents' Association, knows that her future term will have a range of issues, from the renovated White...
Landmark Communications to Get 100% Ownership of Capital-Gazette Newspapers
Landmark Communications will become 100% owners of Capital-Gazette Newspapers, publisher of The Capital in Annapolis, Md., following Monday's announcement that the Merrill family will transfer its controlling ownership stake to the Norfolk, Va.-based...
Locked-Out 'Journal De Quebec' Workers Start Free Paper
Union employees of the French-language Journal de Quebec in Quebec City, Quebec, who have been locked out of their jobs by owner Quebecor, have launched a free-distribution daily. MediaMatin Quebec will be published Mondays through Fridays, and...
McClatchy Reporters Answer Questions Online after Moyers' PBS Report on Press and Iraq
Among the few journalistic heroes in Bill Moyers' scathing "Buying the War" PBS special on the press and Iraq on Wednesday night were McClatchy -- formerly Knight Ridder -- reporters Warren Strobel and Jonathan Landay. They have long been hailed...
Moyers and Me: Before Baghdad Fell
Bill Moyers Journal returned to PBS on Wednesday night with a powerful indictment of the media for its failures in the run-up to the Iraq war. Last week, in previewing "Buying the War," I tried to recall exactly when I was a guest on Moyers' previous...
Newspaper 'Cold War' Ends in Carolina after McClatchy Deal
For more than a century, two North Carolina newspapers -- The News & Observer in Raleigh and The Charlotte Observer -- have dominated their respective regions. These two old lions had marked their territories, and were not above a good scratching...
Reilly Lawyer: Deal Keeps Alive Bay Area Papers 'Headed for Graveyard'
The Oakland Tribune, the Fremont Argus and other smaller San Francisco Bay Area dailies will "stay alive" only because of the settlement reached Wednesday, said the head lawyer for Clint Reilly, whose lawsuit had accused Hearst Corp. and MediaNews...
WEDNESDAY'S LETTERS: Ethics and Threats, Collegiate Times, USA Today and Alberto Gonzoles
In today's letters, a reporter recounts the threats he received because of a story, another remembers tougher conflict-of-interest policy at USA Today, and a reader comments on Joe Strupp's piece about the coverage by Virginia Tech's student newspaper....
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