Blowing Up The Wall The Los Angeles Times embarks on a groundbreaking plan in which the editorial and business sides will work closely together, section by section. Is this a threat to the integrity of the paper or an exciting attempt to foster dynamism and growth?
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Firing Up The Newsroom In an age of fierce competition with other media, too many newspaper staffs are just too lethargic. What's needed are exciting and excited editors who can raise the energy level and liven up the content.
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Journalism's Red Cross Under-staffed and low-profile, the Committee to Protect Journalists rides to the rescue of reporters and editors who run afoul of governments hostile to the press.
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