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Articles from January 21

Belt-Tightening Squeezes Readers
Seattle papers cut delivery area 'Times,' 'P-I' seek to save $1 million More than 5,000 readers of The Seattle Times and Seattle Post- Intelligencer will not be able to get home delivery of their papers -- or even buy them nearby -- starting...
Countering the Page One Heds
Companies take ads for 'spin' Front pages last week carried hair-raising articles about questionable practices at accounting firm Andersen. For newspaper advertising executives, however, the story peaked on inside pages, where Andersen purchased...
Don't Close Those Files
A U.S. district judge chooses exactly the wrong time to end the Federal Election Commission's policy of transparency "The Soopreme Court follows the illiction returns," Chicago newspaper columnist Finley Peter Dunne's Mr. Dooley famously observed...
Ergonomics-Regulation Decision Already Made?
NAA environmental-services manager says the administration's new policy may turn out to be no policy at all Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao will soon decide whether to issue new rules on workplace ergonomics, a Labor Department representative...
Here No Evil, SUV No Evil
But if journalists continue to look down on the suburbs, newspapers may alienate half their markets Newspaper publishers know the suburbs are critical to the growth of the business. If they've had mixed success, it's not for lack of trying, as they...
Newhouse Newspaper: The Big Only
'THE TIMES-PICAYUNE' RULES CRESCENT CITY The Battle of New Orleans a one-sided affair on the media fronts It's nice to be the only game in town. The Times-Picayune is the lone daily newspaper in the New Orleans market, but even that may understate...
Newspeople
CALIFORNIA Tom Mohr has been named to the newly created position of corporate director of classified advertising for Knight Ridder and as a vice president at Knight Ridder Digital, effective Feb. 4. He comes to the San Jose-based chain from The...
NLRB Fully Briefed on Carriers
Two 1998 rulings are at issue as union challenges their independent status Real beef or just baloney? St. Joseph News-Press and Teamsters Union Local 460, a case now before the National Labor Relations Board, presents the NLRB with a stark choice:...
On the Line
THE YEAR THAT WAS NOT A nostalgic remembrance of things that haven't passed: Not necessarily the news, not necessarily unbelievable We knew that 2002 couldn't have possibly been worse for the online newspaper business than the year before, and...
Prepress Previews at Superconference
Photo-processing and platemaking applications share the stage with Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X and QuarkXPress 5.0 While two very familiar names in prepress technology promoted new versions of their principal programs, two lesser-known developers...
Shoptalk
TRANSITORY TERROR Journalists pay the price when and where the press isn't free The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and the start of what President Bush has said will be a long global war against terrorism, have created heightened...
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