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Articles from American Journalism Review (September 22, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
Abandoned agencies. Letter to the editor 896
Anonymous comments. Letter to the editor 729
Broadband blues: the expansion of high-speed Internet access was had news for newspaper advertising. Morton, John 836
Covering the war for the Army: Army Spec. Catherine Threat files stories about the military for the military. She wants to be in the middle of the action--but some stories are off limits. Spinner, Jackie 1389
Early in the morning: local news operations are embracing the 4:30 a.m. newscast. Potter, Deborah 894
Embracing original content: as fewer and fewer people use portals to access the Internet, AOL and Yahoo! are hiring journalists and posting their own material in an effort to bolster Web traffic. Shiver, Jube Jr. 3350
Investigative Shortfall: many news outlets are doing far less accountability reporting than in the past, bad news indeed for the public. New nonprofit investigative ventures have emerged, but they can't pick up the slack by themselves. Walton, Mary 11695
Keeping tabs on the Times. Gutter, Alexis 1472
Living the dream: a nonprofit investigative journalism center takes root in Wisconsin. Gibson, Morgan 1468
Maybe not. Brief article 259
Moving forward: a battering series of cuts, and an exciting if uncertain search for solutions. Rieder, Rem 837
Reloading at the Statehouse: as traditional news organizations shed state government reporters, a wide array of innovative startups is rising to fill the gap. Lisheron, Mark 7782
Short on Ethics? Two Web sites that investigate business fraud are funded by short selling--placing market bets that the stock of companies they write about will go down. It's an approach that makes journalism ethicists very uncomfortable. Spivak, Cary 3234
Take 2. 164
The hazards of hyperlocal: why neighborhood news online is a dicey proposition. Palser, Barb 814
Traffic problems: how the drive to attract massive numbers of visitors to their Web sites (and the advertisers that might follow them) is having a profound effect on news judgment at traditional news organizations. Farhi, Paul 3174
Turn it up to 11. Brief article 279
We the (anonymous) people: banning unsigned online comments undermines the media's role as a forum for debate. Reader, Bill 800
Writers' trade secrets. Stepp, Carl Sessions Book review 805

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