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American Journalism Review
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October/November 2004
Online Extra:
“Cue the Hubbub”

National Public Radio gears up for election night with a trial run.   > read more
By  Lori Robertson

Lobbying Juggernaut

The broadcast industry has become one of Washington's most feared economic special interests, creating more and more ethical conflicts for news outlets. And too many journalists are playing right along.   > read more
By  Charles Layton
Journalism Without Profit Margins
In an era of concentration, conglomeration and commercialization of news, a small band of news outlets takes a radically different approach. The journalists at these noncommercial outposts definitely seem happier. But is the journalism better?   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
Images of War
This year the American news media have displayed pictures of burned bodies in Fallujah, flag-draped coffins coming home from Iraq and the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib. But were they too squeamish when it came to showing the carnage of war during the invasion last year?   > read more
By  Lori Robertson
Energy Boost
The Asbury Park Press plummeted after Gannett bought it from independent ownership. Then an aggressive editor named Skip Hidlay took over. Now the paper is known for its investigative edge, exemplified by its award-winning, 72-article series on how New Jersey legislators profit from their jobs.   > read more
By  Mary Walton
What's the Point?
Few voters are swayed by newspaper endorsements of presidential candidates. So why do editorial pages keep publishing them?   > read more
By  Tim Porter
Unearthing the Undervote
Florida wasn’t the only state with egregious election errors in 2000, and it’s highly likely glitches will occur in November. Are reporters ready to spot them?   > read more
By  Thomas Hargrove
First Person:
An Unconventional Approach

Since political conventions have become television extravaganzas rather than news events, let’s assign some critics to cover them.   > read more
By  Rachel Smolkin
Letter From Yemen:
Double Whammy

Yemeni journalists face stiff challenges from an extremely restrictive press law and armed Islamic radicals.   > read more
By  Sherry Ricchiardi
Clarification   > read more
The Gadfly
Frank Blethen’s battle against media consolidation   > read more
By  Thomas Kunkel
The Swift Boat Conundrum
How should the mainstream media deal with such stories?   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Checking It Out
News organizations need to be more careful in handling inflammatory stories based on unconfirmed Internet sources.   > read more
By  Barb Palser
A Challenge from the Sky
As satellite radio providers air local traffic and weather, local radio station owners are feeling the heat.   > read more
By  Deborah Potter
Gag the Press
It’s hard to see why transcripts in the Kobe Bryant case that were mistakenly e-mailed to news organizations were kept sealed in the first place.   > read more
By  Jane Kirtley
Woe Is the Industry?
Circulation scandals, sluggish ad revenue and Internet competitors have certainly had an effect on newspapers. But there’s no need to wallow just yet.   > read more
By  John Morton
Al Jazeera Under the Gun
Sanctions against the network send a "troubling message" for press freedom in the Middle East.   > read more
By  Jacqueline E. Sharkey
Foreign Relations
Journalists from afar are dismayed by the end of a convention mainstay.   > read more
By  Dana Hull
Puffed Rice
It’s time to re-evaluate a sportswriting classic.   > read more
By  Coke Ellington
They’ll Be Dancin’ in the Dark--at Home   > read more
By  Caroline Zaayer
A Little Too Inside-the-Beltway
The establishment tilt of “Face the Nation”

"Face the Nation: My Favorite Stories From the First 50 Years of the Award-Winning News Broadcast"
By Bob Schieffer
Simon & Schuster
240 pages; $26.95   > read more
Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp

A 911 for Journalists
When journalists face jail time for protecting sources or the government tries to keep public information off-limits, First Amendment crusader Lucy Dalglish is ready for battle.   > read more
By  Jill Rosen
Cliché Corner   > read more
By  Jill Rosen
Flaws in the System   > read more
Iraq Fallout   > read more
Leaving Out Photographers   > read more
Perpetuating Stereotypes   > read more
Rooting out Rowback   > read more
More Crossfire   > read more
Singing His Praises   > read more
Jaundiced and Then Some   > read more