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February/March 2013
The Trust of, and in, a Gifted Editor
In a charming new book, a writer and editor look back at four decades of gratifying collaboration.Fri., March 8, 2013.   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
“Things Happen When Nobody’s Watching”
How a Tampa Bay Times reporter put together her Selden Ring Award-winning series on abuse in Florida children’s homes. Wed., March 6, 2013.   > read more
By  Sandra Muller
“A Donor…Fell Out of the Sky"
Thanks to generous philanthropists, a fellowship program for professional journalists involving Marquette University and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is taking shape.Wed., March 6, 2013.   > read more
By  Leigh Ann Renzulli
A Disappointing Move by the Washington Post
One of the first news outlets in the U.S. to appoint an ombudsman is eliminating the position. Mon., March 4, 2013.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Not Much of a "Threat"
Bob Woodward’s peculiar reaction to a pretty innocuous White House e-mail. Thurs., February 28, 2013.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Empowering the Public
Ellen Weiss is excited about the investigative and enterprise projects she'll oversee as Scripps' new Washington bureau chief.Wed., February 27, 2013.   > read more
By  Emma Kantrowitz
Bringing Content Providers and News Outlets Together
Startup Newsmodo wants to be a venue for journalists hoping to sell their material and media organizations that need it. Mon., February 25th, 2013.   > read more
By  Lucy Westcott
Journalism that Makes a Difference
That's the kind that appeals to Robert Little, NPR's new investigations editor.Fri., February 22, 2013.   > read more
By  Sandra Muller
Can an App Sort out Fact from Fiction?
That's the goal of the Washington Post, which hopes its Truth Teller can instantly uncover falsehoods on the campaign trail.Fri., February 22, 2013.   > read more
By  Kaila Stein
Homicide Watch DC, Chapter 2
With its founders in Massachusetts, a team of interns is keeping the innovative Web site alive and well. Thurs., February 21, 2013.   > read more
By  Leigh Ann Renzulli
A Web Site Powered by Passion
Philahoops aims to make its mark with saturation coverage of Philadelphia’s college basketball scene. Wed., February 20, 2013.   > read more
By  Brooks Welsh
A New Look for the Columbus Dispatch
The Ohio daily is the first U.S. paper to adopt the smaller New Broadsheet format.Tue., February 12, 2013.   > read more
By  Lucy Westcott
Bold and Innovative
If newspapers are to survive, they must abandon the defensive crouch and take a proactive approach. Mon., February 11, 2013.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Too Zany for The Onion
The politico/media complex’s preoccupation with President Obama and skeet shooting.Tue., February 5, 2013.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Ubiquitous Erin McPike Moves to CNN
She brings a wide network of sources to the network.Mon., February 4, 2013.   > read more
By  Sandra Muller
Just Say No
Time to kick quote approval to the curb. Fri., November 30, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Going Where the People Are
TV outlets are increasingly targeting Hispanic viewers. Fri., November 30, 2012.   > read more
By  Deborah Potter
Unfair, but a Good Thing
Two-tier stock structures have benefited the Times Co. and other media companies. Fri., November 30, 2012.   > read more
By  John Morton
AJR’s Cliché Corner   > read more
Facts Still Dead
Columnist Rex Huppke, who wrote a widely read obit for Facts earlier this year, found little solace in the distortion-laden presidential campaign. Wed., November 14, 2012.   > read more
By  Maddy Roth
Ignoring a War

Killing The Cranes: A Reporter’s Journey Through Three Decades of War in Afghanistan

By Edward Girardet

Chelsea Green Publishing

418 pages; $19.95

Feb., 27, 2013   > read more
Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp
A Lifelong Passion for Journalism
After four years overseeing “Morning Edition,” Madhulika Sikka will soon be directing NPR’s news operations. Thu., November 8, 2012.   > read more
By  Christina Mele
The Press and Watergate   > read more
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