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Articles from June 3

Albany Paper Probes Yet Another Iraq Vet Suicide
In recent months, the long-ignored issue of suicides among troops in Iraq, and returnees at home, has earned wide attention in the U.S. press. Many newspapers have documented tragic examples in their own backyards, the only way they can really get...
AP: Obama Reaches 'Magic Number' in Delegate Count
Barack Obama effectively clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday, based on an Associated Press tally of convention delegates, becoming the first black candidate ever to lead his party into a fall campaign for the White House. Campaigning...
Dow Jones Selects EidosMedia's Publishing Platform
Dow Jones & Co. has selected EidosMedia's Methode publishing platform for the print and Web editions of The Wall Street Journal, Barron's weekly magazine and its online edition, and the free financial news Web site MarketWatch.com. It is Milan-based...
German Printer Is Kodak's First Generation News CTP Site
Germany's Pressehaus Stuttgart Druck GmbH recently installed the first of Kodak's new Generation News, a fully integrated thermal platesetter geared to newspaper productivity, quality, and automation requirements. The Kodak Generation News images...
In Account of Bill Clinton Tirade, 'NYT' Omits One Key Word
Apparently the great Grey Lady is still a bit modest. In its account of the Huffington Post scoop on Bill Clinton's tirade against Todd Purdum, The New York Times today quoted some of the ex-president's epithets, including "sleazy" and "slimy" but...
JP Morgan Issues 'Negative' View of Newspapers
Under the new nameplate of JP Morgan, former Bear Stearns analyst Alexia Quadrani launched coverage of the publishing industry with a "negative view" of both the short and long-term outlook for most traditional advertising media. She writes that...
Latest Number of Dailies, Weeklies in E&P's New International Year Book
The number of U.S. dailies declined by 15 to 1,422 in 2007 compared to the previous year, according to the newest edition of the Editor & Publisher International Yearbook. The number of morning newspapers grew at the expense of evening papers....
'L.A. Times' Editorial Pages Editor to Depart Next Month
Editorial Pages Editor James Newton of the Los Angeles Times will leave the paper to finish work on a book, he revealed today in a memo to staffers. His departure will mark the third change in the position in less than three years. Newton, appointed...
Report: Digital, Mobile Advertising Revenues on the Rise
As readership and revenues shift onto the Internet, experts said on Tuesday that top news media executives must seek new digital opportunities without neglecting their traditional print publications by rushing headlong into cyberspace. The second...
Singleton Tells Newspaper Leaders: 'Discard Our Arrogance'
MediaNews Group CEO William Dean Singleton urged newspaper executives at the World Newspaper Congress in Sweden to "discard our arrogance" and focus more on what the reader needs, according to the Denver Business Journal. Singleton, whose newspaper...
UPDATE from AP: Hillary Clinton to 'Concede' Tonight
It's not over until it's over -- but it's over? That could be the theme for Monday's coverage of the Barack Obama-Hillary Clinton final round. The results of Tuesday's closing primaries were almost ignored as speculation mounted that she would...
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