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Articles from Editor & Publisher (March 7, 1992)

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A libel case with odd twists begins. Fitzgerald, Mark 831
Cartoonists discuss 'Calvin' requirement; some of the creators interviewed by E&P support Bill Watterson's new Sunday size/format requirement while others oppose it. Astor, David 1984
INFE buys ANPA credit bureau unit; newspaper financial executives' group will run it as a for-profit subsidiary. Fitzgerald, Mark 487
Judicial leaks: U.S. Court of Appeals upset over publication of draft opinions. Gersh, Debra 1094
Newspaper financial reports: mixed fourth-quarter results show signs recession may be ending. Garneau, George 4922
Newspapers battle to obtain database records; California press gets bureaucratic runaround from public agencies. Stein, M.L. 923
Snakes, goats, and freedom of the press in Rio; Washington Post correspondent's article creates a stir in Brazil. Miller, Richard 842
Super saver program: proposal would have Newspaper Ad Bureau coordinate selling of ads to appear in locally owned, freestanding inserts. 777
Three cheers for C-Span, two for the rest. Winship, Thomas Column 804
Tom Wicker reminisces; reflects on his more than 30-year career at the New York Times. Boulard, Garry Interview 1654
UPI in desperate shape: bankruptcy court judge opens door for creditors to submit reorganization plan but doubts they can save the wire service. Garneau, George; Gersh, Debra 1558
Venezuelan president cracks down on the press; resorts to harsh censorship in wake of coup attempt. Buckman, Robert 1412
When the media circus came to town. Wilkening, David Column 2905

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