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Articles from April 15

A Sigh Is Just a Sigh
During a bad year, dailies' newsrooms eked out a tiny percentage advance in minorities. But will the good times bring reverses? Don't try telling it to newspapers -- which have yet to recover from the classified collapse that drove revenue down...
Beat Reporting: The New York Times
Morgenson's the Word on the Street Humility is not always on the agenda of a reporter on the day she wins a Pulitzer Prize. But last week, hours after her award was announced, the honoree returned a call to E&P saying simply: "Hello, this is...
Breaking News Reporting: The Wall Street Journal
No degrees of separation on Sept. 11 What happens when an event is so enormous that it sweeps away the ironclad walls between the observer and the observed, between the reporter and the reported? In the case of The Wall Street Journal, the newspaper...
Criticism: Newsday
A Composer Hits all the Right Notes Justin Davidson went from composing pieces of music to composing pieces about music. Indeed, the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for criticism took an unusual road to journalistic success. He majored in music...
Danish Developers in Tune with Times
Systems go to Northeast newsrooms and Southeast Web sites Following last month's announcement that it would supply its regional newspapers with an online publishing system from one Danish developer, the New York Times Co. is buying editorial systems...
Editors Call for Forum on Profits/quality Question
At ASNE conference, John Madigan and Tony Ridder address concerns that 'core values' are in jeopardy A highly charged debate over profit margins versus newspaper quality broke out last week at the annual American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE)...
Feature Writing: Los Angeles Times
Digging all that Subterranean News "I'm looking for stories where people are wrestling with ambiguous issues," the Los Angeles Times' Barry Siegel, 52, explains on the afternoon he won the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing. "[Stories] where people...
Investigative Reporting: The Washington Post
With all of their eyes on the real prize A couple of years ago, Sari Horwitz of The Washington Post got a tip that a little girl had died within Washington's foster-care system. The Child and Family Services Agency wouldn't cooperate with Horwitz,...
On the Line
BLOGROLLING ON A RIVER Channeling the stream of consciousness on the Net, Web loggers ride the tide of interest in their subjects, whatever they may be If you need to prove that everything old is new again, look no further than the mainstreaming...
PRIZED above All Else
Coverage of the world left in the wake of Sept. 11's events dominates the 86th annual competition As The New York Times won a record seven Pulitzer Prizes, Thomas E. Franklin of The Record in Hackensack, N.J., had to settle for being a mere finalist...
Shoptalk
NOT PICTURE-PERFECT Winners were worthy, but at least one Pulitzer rule requires a redo All of the winners from the five newspapers representing four large media companies earned their Pulitzer Prizes legitimately. But that is not to say that...
Southern Florida's Hot Spot
BIG DAILIES BATTLING OVER SURF AND TURF 'Herald'/'Sun-Sentinel' war continues in spite of turnover at the top Many media outlets found last year to be a difficult one, and the major metropolitan newspapers in southern Florida -- The Miami Herald...
With HotJobs.com's Latest Hire
Yahoo! gets on the inside track Knight Ridder Digital President Dan Finnigan abruptly departed last week to accept a job at a newspaper-industry competitor, Yahoo! Inc.'s HotJobs.com. Finnigan will move from San Jose, Calif., to New York, where...
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