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Articles from November 24

Features of the Year
Our annual salute to top creators finds that it was a year of writing (and drawing) dangerously E&P chose four people in 2001 and four in 2002 for creating "Features of the Year." But with hundreds of syndicated people out there, a lot of talented...
Getting a Fix on News Junkies
We've all heard that the Internet is increasingly interwoven in American family life. New research from the Online Publishers Association (OPA) seeks to confirm this conventional wisdom, and to show newspapers just how powerful their Web sites are....
Newspeople
CALIFORNIA Stephen R. Proctor has been named deputy managing editor/news for the San Francisco Chronicle. Proctor, 46, worked at The Sun in Baltimore for 17 years, most recently as deputy managing editor for sports and features since 2000. His previous...
No More 'Hit' and Miss?
Getting Web traffic on track As a newspaper company trying to sell its Web audience, Lee Enterprises Inc.'s experience was pretty typical. Salespeople touted the sites' page views and visitor sessions, but "it was not terribly successful," conceded...
Read It and Weep
'THE ONION' ROLLS ON And now the profitable, New York-based satirical weekly has new movie, radio, book and Web projects After 15 years, it looks like The Onion -- both lover and mocker of daily newspapers -- is here to stay. As the kooky brand...
Shoptalk
THE PANDERING TRAP Former senator/publisher says profits can't drive the news The sun is setting on the days of family-owned newspapers and radio and television stations. I wish that were not so. More and more people who make the decisions about...
The Talented Mr. Black
A fan of empire and heraldry, Lord Black of Crissharbour is felled by an old-fashioned insistence on integrity As a young publisher testi- fying before the Canadian legislature, Conrad Black issued for the first time a description of journalists...
This Blessed Press
New 'Honolulu Advertiser' plant gets machines and manager "We expect to be pretty much done with the building by mid-December," Production Director Martin Black said last week of The Honolulu Advertiser's new production and distribution facility...
Will Hollinger Get Right Kind of Break-Up Calls?
Offers for company's 'Sun-Times' and eclectic Chicago cluster could be blowing in the wind As the shock waves from the Hollinger International Inc. scandal reverberated last week from its executive suites through trading floors of Wall Street and...
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