Heady newspaper days

By: Mark Fitzgerald Editor & Publisher formed in time of great turmoilThe magazine that became Editor & Publisher was launched

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Taking the Longview

By: Joe Strupp Taking the LongviewHoward buys the Washington State’s Daily NewsAt The Daily News in Longview, Wash., change has

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Jordanian

By: Editorial Staff journalist beatenA Jordanian newspaper reported that one of its journalists was severely beaten July 13 after receiving

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Liberty addition

By: Editorial Staff Northbrook, Ill.-based Liberty Group Publishing is adding to its suburban Chicago holdings with the purchase of Press-Republican

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Ottawa

By: Editorial Staff alternative foldsOttawa’s alternative paper, Capital City, closed down after just over a year of publication, while its

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AdOne gets six new owners

By: Carl Sullivan Belo, Media General, others take equity positionsAdOne LLC of New York has six new major newspaper company

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The Union(less)-Tribune?

By: Joe Strupp It could happen, labor fears and management hopesLabor relations at The San Diego Union-Tribune could hinge on

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Arresting photo

By: Editorial Staff A news photographer for the South Bend (Ind.) Tribune and The Associated Press was charged with two

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Unity in numbers

By: Mark Fitzgerald ‘Journalists of Color’ converge in SeattleSEATTLE ? Numbers grand and grim propelled the five days of Unity

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