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Articles from Editor & Publisher (September 30, 1995)

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'Doonesbury' man discusses his strip. Astor, David 1642
A primer in open systems color management. Smith, Helene 849
Audit Bureau will test auditing at four Web sites. Fitzgerald, Mark 738
Bleak outlook for the Hong Kong press: panel examines the possibilities of continuing press freedom when China takes over the colony in 1997. Stein, M. L. 1323
Cartoon on welfare stirs a big response. Astor, David 484
Closing the color loop: an overview of products for controling color on press. Smith, Daniel 1192
Color as competitive weapon: suburban papers use color to attack Pittsburgh market. Frizzi, Ginny 1422
Color blossoms in green acres: in far Chicago suburbs, a local daily leans on color and technology to defend its turf from interlopers. Fitzgerald, Mark 1345
Color by the batch: ISDN helps a mid-sized Illinois daily move the big files needed to create new products. Fitzgerald, Mark 1290
Color in coal town. Salgado, Robert J. 1324
Democracy vs. survival: with membership down and the organization in debt, Women In Communications' leadership suspends board elections - much to the dismay of a segment of its membership. Giobbe, Dorothy 646
Denial in San Francisco: Chronicle president denies report that Hearst will close the competing Examiner and take over the running of the Chronicle. Stein, M. L. 612
Donation of ad space creates stir in Seattle. Stein, M. L. 1406
Editor to sue boss over firing. Stein, M. L. 743
Evicting the press: State of Michigan cites need for more office space in Capitol building. Fitzgerald, Mark 472
Faster than express color: ISDN: the electronic Fed Ex for color publishers? Fitzgerald, Mark 652
Improving offset color: its about controlling variables systemwide, GATF expert says. Rosenberg, Jim 1516
In-house expert learned on the job; Dennis Melnick went from batch paginating sports copy to leading the way into full-color pagination. Salgado, Robert J. 348
Keeping time. Hart, Jack 780
Quick turnaround: Dean Singleton's abrupt sale of a Connecticut daily to Journal Register Co. was reportedly done against the wishes of the family that sold him the newspaper. Giobbe, Dorothy 771
Stone-Consolidated to buy Rainy River: merged company would be North America's second-largest newsprint producer. Rosenberg, Jim 779
Student journalist hangs tough during police probe. Wolper, Allan 2152
Student papers' top 10 stories provide insight into youth reader interests. Dodd, Julie E.; Mays, Roy P. Column 1198
Suite Judy Cyan eyes. Fitzgerald, Mark 596
Teamsters continue to pressure Gannett board. Fitzgerald, Mark 363
Triple-I sells, settles and merges. Rosenberg, Jim 779
Until your good is better and ... Garneau, George 577

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