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Articles from February 4

AP Launches National Tour to Explain New Fee Structure
Associated Press officials are launching what amounts to a national tour to explain the new controversial rate structure that two groups of editors recently wrote to complain about. James Kennedy, AP vice president for strategic planning, said the...
Barack, Hillary Appeal for Votes -- from Front Page of 'Duluth News Tribune'
On the front page of Monday's Duluth News Tribune, Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton make their pitch for the votes of northern Minnesotans on Super Tuesday -- Clinton citing experience, Obama agitating for change,...
Boston Papers Run Specials despite Loss -- but 'Globe' Book Axed
The New England Patriots' surprise loss to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII on Sunday didn't stop the two major Boston papers from running special sections planned for the expected win and perfect season. The Boston Globe, which still ran...
Group Puts 'Chicago Sun-Times,' Other Papers Up for Sale
Under pressure from investors -- and a perfect storm of self-inflicted wounds amid an industry turndown -- the Sun-Times Media Group (STMG) announced Monday it is "exploring strategic alternatives," including the sale of its flagship Chicago Sun-Times...
John Solomon's Mind: 'Wash Times' New Editor Offers His 'Newsroom Principles'
John Solomon, the new executive editor of The Washington Times, put out his "Seven Guiding Principles for The Washington Times Newsroom" on Monday, according to a source at the paper. Solomon was recently chosen to replace longtime Times editor...
McClatchy Foreign Editor Seibel to Become New Online Editor
McClatchy Newspapers foreign editor Mark Seibel will take on a new position as managing editor/online, according to an internal memo sent to staffers today. His replacement will be Roy Gutman, an editor in the Washington, D.C., bureau. The memo...
Newspaper Endorsements Are Helpful -- Don't Do Away with Them!
Last week, our friend Will Bunch, who blogs at the Philadelphia Daily News's smart, and edgy, Attytood.com, spoke out against newspaper political endorsements. While Bunch, focused partly on the idea of endorsing candidates in each political primary...
NY 'Daily News' Plans to Terminate AP Membership
In the wake of the controversy over a new Associated Press rate structure, which has prompted a small outcry from two groups of editors who want lower rates, the New York Daily News has revealed it canceled its AP service a year ago. The Daily News...
TRAIL MIX: The Latest from Political Campaign Blogs
Mitt Romney may be looking for an upset of his own, but, in what may be a preview of what's to come, the former Massachusetts governor watched his New England Patriots miss their perfect season. Glenn Kessler on washingtonpost.com's The Trail had this...
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