Newspaper Research Journal

newspaperpaper Research Journal is a magazine specializing in Media topics.

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 4, Fall

Analyzing Newspaper Costs in Predation Lawsuits
With increasing competition from other information media, to maintain market share newspapers are under constant pressures to reduce prices for advertising, which managers often discount for targeted customer groups. However, in doing so newspapers...
Commentary
Hey, editors: Just stop the nonsense I read an article some time ago which was trying to explain, or at least account for, the terrible run of scandals involving the news media in recent months: the New Republic, the Boston Globe, the Cincinnati...
How Two Papers Covered President and Congress in China Trade Controversy
Reporters seek out and nurture relations with sources in order to discover, generate and develop stories. While journalists focus on reporting the news as objectively as possible, sources attempt to persuade them to see their viewpoints, and the news...
JMC Faculty Divided: Most Find Dozen Uses for Research
Many Americans complain that faculty members devote too much of their time to research, and that little of their research is of any real value. It has been difficult for faculty members to respond to that complaint, which is usually based on generalities,...
Journalists' Attitudes toward Civic Journalism Media Roles
In the aftermath of the 1988 presidential election, some members of the media and journalism academy began to question how the media could better address the needs of citizens in the political process. By the early 1990s, as the 50th anniversary of...
Measuring and Interpreting Productivity of Journalists
As increased managerial emphasis and training has blossomed in the newspaper industry in the past two decades, a concurrent increase in attention to performance appraisals, personnel improvement programs, and employee productivity measurement has developed....
Role Perception as Predictor of Editors' Job Satisfaction
One of the main attractions of the profession to aspiring journalists has been the glamour associated with the ability to influence the course of events in their community through informing the public debate on vital matters of social and economic...

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