Reader Friendly Their futures uncertain, newspapers are undergoing a profound change in the way they carry out their missions.
> read more By Carl Sessions Stepp
Risky Business More than at any time in recent memory, newspaper editors are leaving their jobs--voluntarily or involuntarily--without another one in sight. The changing nature of the business has made the coveted top newsroom position a precarious perch.
> read more By Susan Paterno
The End of the Line The St. Louis Post-Dispatch newsroom was hungry for leadership when Cole Campbell came to town in 1996. But the editor, with his penchant for outside consultants, endless meetings and management jargon, lost the allegiance of too much of his staff. Something had to give.
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Bad Blood Bitter and deep-seated rivalries come to the fore in a legal battle over the future of the Chronicle and the Examiner.
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Golden Oldies Some rock critics have been plying their trade for decades. Can fiftysomethings relate to hip-hop and Limp Bizkit?
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Rechanneling Their Energy As the once-mighty TV consultants fall from favor with their clients, they're finding new opportunities overseas and in the world of new media.
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Maybe You Can't Have It All One newspaper editor decides work and child rearing don't mix, and opts for more time with the kids. But she hopes to return to the newsroom.
> read more By Amy Dunkle