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Articles from September 29

4 Newspapers Look at Obama/McCain Health Care Plans
The state of the economy may be a hot topic in recent news, but it's not the only one this election season. Sevdral top newspapers in recent days around the country have taken a closer look at the ongoing health care debate between presidential hopefuls...
Adobe Announces Creative Suite 4
Adobe Systems Inc. in San Jose, Calif., has announced the Adobe Creative Suite 4 product family of design and development software for creative workflows. The product line addresses print, Web, mobile, interactive, film, and video production. With...
Cartoon Group Blasts U.S. Senate for Passing Orphan Works Act
The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists (AAEC) has slammed the U.S. Senate for passing the Orphan Works Act on Friday. "It seems that Congress is using the fiscal crisis as cover to pass this law, which will make it easier for copyright...
Newspapers First Need to Redefine 'News' to Move Forward Online
As the newspaper industry contracts amid a dismal economy, plummeting revenues and a once-in-a-generation transformation of the media environment -- not to mention rising panic among industry leaders and professionals -- everyone, it seems, is pondering...
SPECIAL REPORT: Editors/Reporters Respond to Tribune Cuts
(From E&P's September print issue) Eastern Pennsylvania steel country has little in common with Florida's sunshine and tourists. But in the world of Tribune Co., where job cuts and redesigns are suddenly all the rage, newspapers in these two regions...
TRAIL MIX: McCain Is Missing His Votes in Congress, but Who Missed Friday Night's Presidential Debate?
In today's edition of news from newspaper campaign blogs: McCain has missed more than 64% of his votes in the 110th Congress, has long ties to Native American gaming, and who watched Friday night's presidential debates? McCain fails to show for his...
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