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Articles from February 25

Blogging the Oscars: The Carpetbagger Reports
E&P was too lazy to blog the Academy Awards ceremony this year -- we'll just say it moved along well and Jon Stewart was okay but not zingy -- so we will take the easy way out and just quote a few nuggets from David Carr at his Carpetbagger blog...
Guild Election Heats Up as Conference Looms This Weekend
They may not have the national attention of the Barack Obama/Hillary Clinton nomination fight, but to members of The Newspaper Guild, presidential candidates Linda Foley and Bernie Lunzer are waging a war of words, grassroots campaigning, and even...
TRAIL MIX: Can Obama Withstand Negative Campaigning?
There have been questions as to whether Barack Obama can withstand the upcoming negative campaigning if he is the Democratic nominee, but he's already holding up against three different campaigns, says Alec MacGillis at washingtonpost.com's The Trail....
'Tribune' Is Gone -- but Scripps Still Sharing Profits in Albuquerque
With the folding of the Albuquerque Tribune Saturday and the end of the nation's oldest joint operating agreement (JOA), E.W. Scripps no longer publishes a paper in the city -- but that doesn't mean it will no longer profit from a newspaper there....
'Wash Post' Reporters Win Top Prize for Walter Reed Stories
Dana Priest and Anne Hull of The Washington Post are the 2008 winners of the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for their coverage of poor conditions and bad management at that Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The $35,000 annual prize,...

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