Anger In The Newsroom Past and present reporters will tell you: Newspapers are dying, it's no fun anymore. Is this just everyday bitching – or something new?
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Geraldo Bursts Into Print The rambunctious Rivera bought a hometown weekly, made himself editor and his wife investigative reporter. "The little paper that roared," he calls it. Not everyone agrees.
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A Giant Named Elmer The Smithsonian forgot him. But Elmer Davis, with a flat voice and first amendment guts, once reigned as the great American commentator.
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