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Articles from Editor & Publisher (September 3, 1994)

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A sportswriter is a sportswriter: many athletes keep their distance from journalists; and being a black journalist doesn't get you any closer to black athletes, accordingly to panelists at Unity '94. Fitzgerald, Mark 837
Charles Scripps steps down: retiring chairman of E.W. Scripps Co. is succeeded by Lawrence Leser; COO William Burleigh becomes president. 686
Foreign sales exec goes to Universal; John Klem was president of Editors Press Service, the international sales agency headed by his father. Astor, David 525
Good citizens make good reporters; that's the message delivered by Washington Post syndicated columnist William Raspberry in speech to journalism educators. Stein, M.L. 751
Increased interest in print journalism; but annual j-school survey shows that salaries of graduates are no longer keeping pace with inflation. Stein, M.L. 722
Jay Zitz named president, CEO of Newspapers First; Dun & Bradstreet executive replaces G. Kingsley Anthony, who left in June after a long affiliation with the organization. Giobbe, Dorothy 498
Michigan j-school sued under whistleblower law; master's program director says his contract was not renewed because he helped uncover misuse of funds from j-school endowments. Fitzgerald, Mark 549
Rate differential up at the larger newspapers; but the difference between national and retail ad rates is down at most smaller papers, according to a study by the American Association of Advertising Agencies. Giobbe, Dorothy 648
Religious stereotyping by the media; Unity '94 panelists say reporters must be more sensitive in their descriptions of complex Asian and Middle East religions, but dispelling misconceptions is not always an easy task. Hernandez, Debra Gersh 904
Sexual harassment in U.S. newsrooms. Stein, M.L. 828
Stealing and trashing student newspapers is current campus craze; vandals are getting away with it because authorities seem to think it's no crime to snatch free newspapers and toss them in dumpsters. Stein, M.L. 859
The 'n' word; journalists on a Unity '94 panel discuss whether or not it should be used in newspapers under any circumstances. Fitzgerald, Mark 684
Why we cover campuses. Editorial 397

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