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Articles from American Journalism Review (December 1, 2006)

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All bets are off. Brief article 258
Behind bars: an Iraqi working as a contract photographer for the Associated Press has been held--uncharged--by the U.S. military for seven months. The U.S. says Bilal Hussein has links to terrorists. The outraged AP implores the Pentagon to charge him or free him. Layton, Charles 5656
Blogging between the lines: the mainstream media have fallen in love with blogs, launching them on everything from politics to life in Las Vegas to bowling. But does the inherent tension between the blogosphere's anything-goes ethos and the standards of traditional journalism mean this relationship is doomed? Hull, Dana 3793
Bridging the gap: an online newspaper run by citizen journalists covers four New Hampshire towns often neglected by the mainstream media. Interview 919
Community stalwarts. Capitani, Cindy Letter to the editor 136
Defending news councils. Hamer, John Letter to the editor 321
Disruption in the desert: innovation is in full bloom at the Desert Sun. Shewfelt, Scott 1513
Expect the unexpected: variety is the watchword at the post-Ted Koppel "Nightline," a very different animal than its vaunted predecessor. Serious journalism remains, but there's plenty of fluff in the mix. Farhi, Paul Critical essay 2754
Express yourself: the Internet as world-class megaphone. Kunkel, Thomas Column 892
His way: how Roger Ailes' game plan created Fox's cable domination. Potter, Deborah 853
Mashup man: an online innovator uses an ingenious fusion of imagery and databases to present information in exciting new ways. Leone, Raechal 1403
Not so fast: the Tribune Co. turmoil doesn't necessarily mean the company is history. Morton, John 853
Off the hustings. 170
Olympic trial: how will China, hardly a bastion of press freedom, cope with an invasion of 20,000 foreign journalists for the 2008 Olympics? McLaughlin, Kathleen E. 1850
On the race beat: reporters covering the civil rights movement worked under dangerous, pressure-packed conditions--and confronted the limits of objectivity. Roberts, Gene; Klibanoff, Hank Excerpt 1956
Quran or Koran? Newsrooms grapple with style standards for Arabic words. Zieminski, Andy 594
Santa Barbara saga. Doane, Guillaume Letter to the editor 281
Santa Barbara Smackdown: a behind-the-scenes look at the turmoil that engulfed the Santa Barbara News-Press after owner Wendy McCaw and her top lieutenants flattened the wall separating the executive suite from the newsroom. Paterno, Susan 6653
So, in other words, he was chastened? Brief article 127
Spelling it out: news organizations must do a better job of helping their audiences access their online offerings. Palser, Barb 885
Standing firm. Duke, Biddle Letter to the editor 796
The antidote to newspapers' financial woes? Brief article 112
The good old days of 2002. Stepp, Carl Sessions Book review 790
Tiers of rage: the assault on the fortifications that protect the New York Times' journalism. Rieder, Rem 787
Tribune tribulations: when the Tribune Co. acquired Times Mirror in 2000, it promised dazzling returns from the the synergy between its newspapers and television stations in major markets. Here's why those bold dreams haven't been realized. Smolkin, Rachel Company overview 6637

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