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Articles from American Journalism Review (March 22, 2013)

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"Things happen when nobody's watching": how a Tampa Bay Times reporter put together her Selden Ring Award-winning series on abuse in Florida children's homes. Muller, Sandra 1220
A Passionate and Persistent Journalist. Stepp, Carl Sessions Book review 743
Bleak or better than ever? What's the true state of journalism in the United States? Rieder, Rem Essay 823
Cookie-cutter news: as local TV operations struggle to fill more hours of programming, syndicated stories are showing up on local newscasts across the country. Potter, Deborah 850
Covering the Oracle for his own paper: Steve Jordon has spent more than four decades on the Buffett beat. Rosenthal, Rachel Interview 1355
End of an era: ten years after the war in Iraq began, journalists reflect on an all-consuming, fascinating and sometimes career-defining assignment. Spinner, Jackie Essay 3844
Hiking the prices: as advertising declines, some papers see charging readers more as a promising strategy. Morton, John 838
Launching a startup in Iraq: an American journalist's Web site is a go-to destination for news about the Iraqi oil industry. Spinner, Jackie 1362
March Madness, political edition. Brief article 260
Memories of Iraq. 1352
Missing the story: a longtime reporter and author says journalists are largely ignoring the way new laws and regulations are enriching big business at the expense of consumers. Johnston, David Cay Essay 2853
Reporting on gun violence: Slate partners with an anonymous Twitter user to chronicle the carnage in an innovative way. Palser, Barb 806
Solving the hyperlocal puzzle:'s Web sites cover neighborhood news in New York and Chicago. Can billionaire Joe Ricketts' venture achieve the financial success that has been elusive for similar startups? Spivak, Cary 3525
That Elusive Grand Bargain. Brief article 187
The e-mail interview debate: they give more control to sources, and they can be stilted and scripted. Some journalists resort to them too easily. A number of college newspapers have banned them. But e-mail interviews remain an essential part of the mix. Lisheron, Mark Essay 4161
The Post's Sarah Palin gaffe. Sarkisian, H. Michael Letter to the editor 136

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