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Articles from Editor & Publisher (March 21, 1992)

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Adjusting to a small playing field: in the nation's smallest town with competing newspapers, the non-profit Missourian considers letting rival do its printing. Garneau, George 834
Advertisers still ignoring Hispanic media: despite dramatic growth in Hispanic population, corporations are reluctant to spend significant dollars in the Spanish-language press. Stein, M.L. 1036
Atex update. 559
Basketball writers, NCAA still at odds: cannot agree on ways to solve problems related to post-season tournament. Haughton, Jim 373
Building on basics. Hart, Jack Column 809
Change in policy draws some reader complaints. Stein, M.L. 1246
FDA at odds with L.A. Times over seafood story. Stein, M.L. 484
Hemisphere press still on the defensive: IAPA board says despite removal of some longtime dictators the fight for a free press is a never-ending one. Brown, Robert U. 1300
Hockey writers give NHL players high marks. Haughton, Jim 546
Mauldin is retiring from editorial cartooning. 1916
Monotype placed in receivership. Rosenberg, Jim 505
New round of subpoenas: Senate counsel presses quest for identities of journalists' sources. Gersh, Debra 973
Newspapers feuding in San Francisco. Stein, M.L. 947
Priest calls for boycott of newspaper. Stein, M.L. 857
Search on for murderer of New York journalist: media urge police to intensify investigation. 825
Small newspapers with modern ideas. Steif, William 1164
South Bend Tribune expands where it stands. Rosenberg, Jim 511
Study asserts that ad pressure censors media. Gersh, Debra 849
War coverage guidelines: after six months of talks, media and military agree on proposed principles for news coverage of battlefield operations. Gersh, Debra 1349

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