Transforming the Architecture As newspapers struggle to survive with heavy emphasis on the Web, bulked-up local coverage and leaner staffs, they are dramatically revamping the way newsrooms operate.
> read more By Carl Sessions Stepp
San Francisco News Blues Layoffs and buyouts have become commonplace at newspapers throughout the country. But few regions have been hit as hard as the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Lying to Get the Truth A powerful article in Harper’s about lobbying in Washington reignites a long-standing debate over the ethics of undercover journalism.
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Found in (My)Space Social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook are valuable sources of information for journalists.
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Deans of Change Keeping their schools current with the digital revolution, raising enough money to make that happen and putting together diverse staffs are among the challenges facing the people who run the nation’s journalism and mass communication schools.
> read more By Paul Mihailidis & Matthew C. Sheehan