Articles tagged newspapers

‘The Transcriptionist’ Is Immersed in Words

For Lena Respass, the last transcriptionist working at New York's daily newspaper, The Record, a brief bus ride beside a blind woman changes everything.

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Gay Talese’s Magazine Journalism, Mapped in Full Color

A heavily circulated image of a '60s era magazine article outline says quite a bit about journalist Gay Talese.

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6 Feb 2013 // 1:30 AM

In Defense of Newspapers

It seems that with each passing fiscal quarter, media-watchers love to pound another nail into print journalism's coffin.

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Nonprofit news sites step into space left by shrinking newspapers

WASHINGTON — Only four years old, the nonprofit online news site MinnPost has yet to match its cross-town rival, the venerable Minneapolis Star Tribune, for size,

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Can You Imagine Standing in Line Just for a Newspaper?

'Suddenly and with little warning: STRIKE!' So began a 17-day newspaper delivery strike that prevented newspapers from getting to newsstands and doorsteps, as immortalised in the 1945 short, 17 Days: The Story of Newspaper History in the Making.

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My Times in Black and White

Gerald Boyd's memoir illustrates that sometimes, those who preach the loudest about diversity and tolerance are in fact the least capable, when it comes down to it, of tolerating any diversity at all.

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28 Apr 2009 // 4:43 AM

The average daily circulation of U.S. newspapers declined 7 percent in the six-month period ending March 31, according to the latest data from the Audit Bureau

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In such films as ‘The Soloist, the journalist is the message

“The Soloist,” opening Friday, tells the story of Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez’s relationship to Nathaniel Ayers, a homeless, schizophrenic classical musician. It

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In the new thriller “State of Play,” a corporate-owned newspaper struggles with cutbacks, ethics and a changing media landscape to nail down and break an

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31 Mar 2009 // 11:00 AM

Over the past few years, it has been my sad duty to help “roast” dozens of friends and colleagues who have retired - or, because

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27 Mar 2009 // 2:42 AM

CHICAGO - A depressed economy and a shift in consumer behavior have taken another toll on the newspaper industry, with the latest round of job

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Last edition of print Seattle Post-Intelligencer set for Tuesday

SEATTLE - The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the city’s oldest newspaper, will roll off the presses for the last time Tuesday, its owner said Monday. The

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In the latest sign of the deteriorating state of the newspaper industry, Hearst Corp. said Tuesday it must significantly reduce the number of employees at

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27 Feb 2009 // 1:17 AM

Denver’s Rocky Mountain News, founded in 1859, will publish its final edition Friday, parent company E.W. Scripps Co. said Thursday, as the lethal combination

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8 Feb 2008 // 2:32 PM

Reading and literacy today.

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10 Oct 2007 // 2:28 PM

Photograph by Dipfan The New York Times routinely opens up a dialogue with the editors of the various sections of the newspaper, its business divisions

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A new model for co-operative competition between newspapers in an online alliance.

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19 Sep 2007 // 1:00 AM

Newspaper or Viewspaper? Advertising or Editorial? The blurring of categories.

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5 Sep 2007 // 8:30 PM

The wailing about the death of the newspaper focuses on the diminishing editorial standards due to the lack of money flowing into the newspapers because

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5 Sep 2007 // 12:14 AM

Then we heard bangs from away down left down the boulevard, over by the Invalides, and a muffled roar. We looked at the television screen

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