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Articles from June 18

50 Editors for Small Weeklies Share Wisdom in New Book
History can be writ large in small community newspapers. That's one reason Tom Riordan, with 37 years as a newsman --16 of them publishing weeklies in Ohio and Michigan -- set out to profile many of the country's small-town editors back in 1978. For...
Arrested Photographer Says Iranian Officials Harassing Journalists
A European photographer who was arrested in Tehran, Iran, on Tuesday was not subjected to violence, but says, "other colleagues have not had such good luck." Speaking to PDN by phone Wednesday night, the photographer says other journalists described...
Bill Keller: My Iran Reporting Has Drawn 'A Few Bizarre Vibes'
Executive Editor Bill Keller of The New York Times, who had spent the past week in Iran reporting on the post-election protests, is now in London, according to an e-mail he sent E&P today. He says he plans to return to New York Friday. He also...
Boston Guild Leader: Union Will 'Adapt and Change'
Boston Newspaper Guild President Dan Totten says he remains "proud and honored" to serve as the guild's leader during these difficult times, adding that the union will "adapt and change" to keep The Boston Globe going. He also noted The New York...
EXCLUSIVE: Top 30 Newspaper Web Sites in May -- Big Gains and Losses
The dog days of summer arrived early for newspaper Web sites, with several leading outlets showing declines in unique visitor in May. At NYTimes.com, for example, during the month of May total unique visitors fell 21% to 16.8 million year-over-year,...
EXCLUSIVE: Top 30 News Sites for May -- Some Biggies Stall
Two top news sites grew monthly unique visitors the most in May: Fox News Digital Network, up 49% and the New York Daily News Online, also up 49% year-over-year, according to new data from Nielsen Online. The Huffington Post's traffic growth finally...
Online Publisher's Association, comScore Team Up to Release Huge Study on Online Ads
In a desperate fight against a performance-obsessed advertising culture, and facing an anemic market for display ads, the Web publishing world is fighting back. The Online Publisher's Association and comScore have teamed up to help fight for the...
Two California Papers Join Fight for Release of Pension Data
Two California newspapers and the state's newspaper publishers' association are fighting an attempt to block the release of public employee pension data by a former county deputy sheriff. The Bay Area News Group reports that its Contra Costa Times...
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