newspapering


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journalism practiced for the newspapers

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Today it seems necessary to us, but only because Elbert Baker's conviction brought it to community newspapering.
This synopsis compares the socio-political context of the founding of African-American newspapering with that of the Black British newspapering.
He also gave it to the Bob White Conservation Area, north of Mexico, the small mid-Missouri town where I cut my newspapering chops.
So I hope you will bear with me as I take the opportunity to offer a few observations on newspapering and the work of its editorial pages.
He had a "flair for Irish blarney, a love of newspapering and a rich regard for the people and places he encountered.
It appeared to this vigorous, lithe young reporter with the penetrating blue eyes that a touch of good newspapering, sound journalism dealing with facts, presenting opinions honestly labeled, and all done with respect to the canons of the art of printing, might well find its reward in service to the motion picture industry, which needed so much.
Michael Dougan, professor of history emeritus at Arkansas State University at Jonesboro, is the author of Confederate Arkansas: The People and Policies of a Frontier State in Wartime; Arkansas Odyssey: The Saga of Arkansas from Prehistoric Times to Present; and Community Diaries: Arkansas Newspapering, 1819-2002.
The advent of interdepartmental networking, followed closely by the company's leap onto the Intemet's information superhighway, signaled the start of the most changeable and unpredictable newspapering era to date.
I never met anybody who loved newspapering like he did,'' Steve Bisheff said.
Mi-Ai is a visionary leader whose passion for newspapering is infectious," said Gary Pruitt, McClatchy's chairman and chief executive officer.
Newspapering may be analogous to sports team ownership, but the analogy doesn't quite go all the way Baseball teams that lose a World Series come back to compete again next year.
Scripps was one of the pioneers who took the then relatively primitive business of newspapering and turned it into a nationwide business.
No wonder Bradlee titled his memoir A Good Life: Newspapering and Other Adventures (Simon & Schuster, 514 pp.
All those years of Alaska newspapering gave Williams all kinds of memories.
Even with all the problems of newspapering, it's doubtful Tribune could navigate a government OK to buy both -- the question only becomes which will be the one it chooses.