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Articles from December 2

Alternate Approaches
As dailies look to young, alt-weeklies skew older. Who's a threat to whom? At alternative newspapers, editors and publishers snickered when they saw daily newspapers' latest attempts, such as the Chicago Tribune's RedEye and the Chicago Sun-Times'...
Building Boom for Booth Newspapers
Dario Designs Inc. tapped for five of group's eight Michigan dailies Against the industry tide, The Grand Rapids Press prints on letterpress for afternoon delivery by kids. For the six-month period ended Sept. 30, the Press reported its circulation,...
Film Has an Alternative Ending
For anyone who thinks the corporate takeover of alternative weeklies is a recent phenomenon, I'm here to tell you it ain't exactly so. And I have my one Hollywood film credit to prove it. Way back in 1977, director Joan Micklin Silver prepared a...
Getting It Right
A NATION OF SUSPECTS The Pentagon seeks to turn George Orwell's '1984' into real time The New York Times' John Markoff was the first reporter to break the news, on Feb. 13, that retired Adm. John Poindexter, national security adviser to President...
'Impact' Grows with the Passage of Time
Readership Institute brings its seminal study up-to-date, as more papers adopt its recommendations Two years after the Readership Institute released its extensive "Impact" study of readership, more and more papers are testing its remedies. Hoping...
Impunity's Rare Defeat
A surprise arrest in Peru for the 1989 slaying of Todd Smith underscores how rarely killers of journalists face justice The probable war with Iraq has a number of newspapers training correspondents to work safely in that hostile area. Its dangers...
Newspeople
ARIZONA Ward Bushee, 53, editor of The Cincinnati Enquirer, has been named editor and vice president of news at The Arizona Republic in Phoenix. He succeeds Tom Callinan, 54, who becomes editor and vice president of news at the Enquirer. Both newspapers...
Pan-Am Highway
Newspapers under siege: Two rebels believed to be from the leftist National Liberation Army (ELN) left a bomb in a briefcase outside the daily La Opinion in the eastern Colombian city of Cucuta on Nov. 19, but police deactivated the device before it...
'Peanuts' Lawsuit against Cartoon Museum Founder
"Peanuts" comics custody is the subject of a lawsuit filed in San Francisco. The trust controlling Charles M. Schulz's "Peanuts" comic filed suit against "Beetle Bailey" creator Mort Walker, founder of the International Museum of Cartoon Art (IMCA),...
Reporters Train for Saddam War
Better living through chemistry HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND It's 40 degrees Fahrenheit outside, yet the heat is becoming oppressive. Sweat runs down my back and legs. Under the quarter-inch- thick rubber gas mask, a bead of water drips down my face, cruelly...
Silence of the Street
The SEC should refuse the Big Board's invitation to extend the regulation of analysts into newsrooms of newspapers You just knew that sooner or later Wall Street would find the culprit responsible for the massive variation on a pump-and-dump boiler-room...
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