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Articles from May 1

1Q Newsprint Profits Fall, Data Shows Continued Market Decline
While North American newsprint producers were releasing dismal returns for first-quarter 2007, the latest available market data reflect a continuation of the steady drop in U.S. newsprint consumption. Statistics released today by the Pulp and Paper...
Anderson of 'OC Register' Is E&P's Publisher of the Year
N. Christian Anderson III, the publisher and CEO of The Orange County Register, is E&P's Publisher of the Year, the magazine announced today. In the cover profile for its May print issue -- which will be available to subscribers online on Tuesday...
Back in the Days of 'Mission Accomplished'
Tuesday marked the fourth anniversary of President Bush's jet landing on the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln and his speech declaring major fighting in Iraq over, all in front of a giant "Mission Accomplished" banner. At the time, it was heralded...
Beyond the Top 25: More Circulation Numbers from the FAS-FAX
Yesterday, with the release of the latest FAS-FAX, E&P and others focused on the overall industry declines (over 2% daily and over 3% for Sunday) and individual papers in the top 25. Now here is a look at how some of the slightly or much smaller...
FAS-FAX: Surprises in E-Paper Circs
If you want to suss out surprises from this week's Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) FAS-FAX report, don't bother with the top-line figures, where the story line's been clear for a while -- metros are hemorrhaging while smaller papers are holding...
Freedom House: Press Liberty Declined Worldwide in '06
Nearly two-thirds of the Earth's population live in places where the press is not free or only partly free, according to the annual global survey of press freedom released Tuesday by the think tank Freedom House. Just 18% of the world's inhabitants...
Latest from McClatchy's Baghdad Bureau: A Death in the Family
For several months now, E&P has featured blog postings from Iraqi correspondents and staffers with McClatchy's bureau in Baghdad. Their names are partly hidden for obvious reasons. Here is the latest from correspondent "Sahar."* Would it...
TUESDAY'S LETTERS: 'NY Times' and the WHCA, Broder, Tenet
In today's letters, readers react to the New York Times' decision to no longer attend the WHCA dinner, thoughts on David Broder's rebuke from the Senate, and George Tenet's 60 Minutes interview. *** 'NY Times' and the WCHA Dinner I've always...
UPDATE: Dow Jones Suggests Bancrofts Will Veto Murdoch's Bid -- but Will Family Take It Later?
The Bancroft family, which owns a majority stake in the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, is planning to vote against Rupert Murdoch's $60-per-share bid for Dow Jones & Co. -- despite speculation that the unsolicited offer was too good to refuse,...
Virginia Tech J-School Class Writing First Book on Massacre
Just two weeks after the tragic Virginia Tech massacre, the first book on the shootings is in the works by a journalism instructor and several of his students who were locked down in their classroom for hours during the deadly rampage that left 33...
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