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Articles from American Journalism Review (May 1, 1994)

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Title Author Type Words
"It was like a shark attack." (television coverage of tragic news stories) Prato, Lou 800
A bit of friendly advice for the critic. Denniston, Lyle 834
A TV tabloid vows to clean up its act. Sander, Ernest 606
And that's the way it is. Rottenberg, Dan Interview 1815
Avoiding the siren song of tabloids. Morton, John 745
Bloomberg's business news blitz. Shepard, Alicia C. 601
Everybody knows this is no wear. Kohlenberg, Leah 2131
Hoagie munching and number crunching. White, Pamela R. 263
Information superhighway: the digital future can mean great news for newspapers, journalists and news consumers. 3017
Master of the Game: Steve Ross and the Creation of Time Warner. Stepp, Carl Sessions Book Review 748
Nice try! Hoffmann, Bill 1102
Safire's New Political Dictionary. Casto, James E. Book Review 821
Talk is expensive. Shepard, Alicia C. 5296
The Boston Globe takes to the TV airwaves. LaBrecque, Ron 602
The last good meal in a world of snacks. Lieberman, Philip A. 377
The solutionist. Fibich, Linda 4185
Tracking the coming of the information superhighway. Dennis, Everette E. 399

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