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Articles from July 10

Another Wisconsin Daily Goes Online, Drops Daily Print Editions
Less than three months after The Capital Times in Madison, Wis., dropped its daily print format for a Web-based report, another Wisconsin daily is following the trend. The 5,500-daily circulation Daily Telegram in Superior announced Thursday it...
BEST OF THE WEB: Thursday's Highlights from Newspaper Sites
Today's picks from around the Web, straight from newspaper Web sites. Mapping the NewsThe Seattle TimesOnline FeatureBy Seattle Times staff And yet another clever use of Google Maps: plotting the news. The Seattle Times now maps the news each...
GEW's UV Curing Available for Newspaper Presses
GEW (EC) Ltd. in Redhill, England, has announced development of its IsoCure system for curing UV inks on web offset newspaper presses that otherwise use conventional cold-set inks. The system enables press utilization to be expanded to printing of...
"Gina Had to Go"
It all began with an April 24, 2008 column in The Washington Post by Dana Milbank. It began, "Lt. Col. Billy Hall, one of the most senior officers to be killed in the Iraq war, was laid to rest yesterday at Arlington National Cemetery. It's hard to...
Ifra Newsplex Aids English Daily's Multimedia Stategy
In charge of the convergence project at England's Nottingham Evening Post, Deputy Editor Martin Done brought in Ifra Newsplex to support planning and implementation of a multimedia strategy to increase audience. Part of Northcliffe Media within...
Latest 'NYT' Climber Prompts Building Facade Removal
A day after a third climber scaled The New York Times building on Manhattan's west side, the paper revealed that workers had begun removing dozens of the ceramic tubes from the building's facade that had made such climbing easier. The cross-town...
'News & Observer' Subscriber Sues Paper -- over Cutbacks
In a move that was probably inevitable amid the ongoing wave of newspaper staff cuts, a subscriber to The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., is suing the paper -- for cutting its staff and issue size. Keith Hempstead, a Durham lawyer and former...
TIME Magazine Preview: Bob Barr Might Sink McCain
In this week's issue, coming on Friday, TIME magazine suggests that former Rep. Bob Barr, the Libertarian candidate for president, "could help nudge the Presidency to Barack Obama." Nathan Thornburgh observes, "Since 2000, Libertarian candidates...
TRAIL MIX: Highlights from Coverage of Obama-McCain Race
Today's top picks from newspaper blogs covering the presidential election: Ohio Official Rethinks Plan to Ban "Sleepovers" for Voting MachinesOn PoliticsUSA TodayBy Mark Memmott In Ohio, the future of slumber parties between voting machines and...
UPDATED: Altered Iran Missile Test Photo Makes Front Pages -- Corrections Slow in Coming -- Did Launch Fail?
The big news this week that Iran had successfully completed a missile test launch apparently had some big mistakes in coverage. A misleading photo of four missiles being launched at once during the test, instead of the correct three, made its way...
UPDATE: 'Press & Dakotan' Buys Press, Builds Plant
Yankton (S.D.) Media, Inc., which publishes the Press & Dakotan, Vermillion Plain Talk, Missouri Valley Shopper and Vermillion Broadcaster, announced it will build a new printing plant adjacent to the P&D's main plant, at the site of building...
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