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Articles from Editor & Publisher (December 1, 2010)

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1 / pocket full of info. Brief article 130
2 / tough and techy. Brief article 123
3 / Handy HD. Brief article 109
5 ways to grow circulation without increasing expenses: newspapers get creative in order to boost readership. Sohn, Tim 1182
At the forefront: eco-friendly plates come stateside. Lieber, Ed 880
Attack of the media-sucking pigs: are non-news stories sucking the credibility out of newspapers? Nenad, Deena Higgs; Ackermann, Kristina 2104
Buy a newspaper, hear an advertisement: talking news racks drive sales for California paper. Ackermann, Kristina Brief article 216
Color me sold: painted news racks are a hit for Sacramento News & Review. Rosini, Tim Brief article 308
Converting print profits to digital: a healthy newsroom is the key to success. Koehler, Mike Column 758
Copyright enforcer Righthaven LLC has taken up the case of more than 150 newspapers since its foundation in Match. 126
Critical thinking: J-school students and industry vets tackle the tough questions. 719
Do you kiss your mother with that mouth? Plagued by profanity and intolerance, newspapers struggle to redefine the comment board. Ackermann, Kristina Cover story 1045
Eight key quotes for modern journalists: the rules of the past still apply. 828
For newspapers, paper is as important as the news itself: global precedent set to achieve environmental gains. Rycroft, Nicole; Sawatsky, Tara 830
Government watchdogging on a budget: having fewer reporters doesn't mean you can't take on the big guys. Nenad, Deena Higgs 2494
Is teaching online technology really a J-school's top priority? Ellis, Eston Essay 332
Just the facts, Ma'am. Letter to the editor 385
Making a game from the headlines: newsrooms may be the next ones to embrace video games. Nenad, Deena Higgs 832
Most valuable news topics--vault index summer 2010. Brief article 219
National newspaper, Sunday supplement see ad-spending growth. Brief article 152
Need a few thousand sources? Welcome to the world of crowdsourcing for information--is your newspaper on board? Nenad, Deena Higgs 941
Newspaper critics a dime a dozen: naysayers aren't the ones trying to make a buck in a down economy. Editorial 430
PolitiFact. 478
Public watchdog. Letter to the editor 205
Support electronic media. Letter to the editor 247
Taking back coupons: newspapers launch deal sites to stay competitive. Ackermann, Kristina 504
The Boston Herald. Rosini, Tim Brief article 124
The future of political cartoons: as newspaper budgets dwindle, the continued role of editorial cartoons comes into focus. Tornoe, Rob 721
The National Newspaper Association (NNA) plans to keep fighting the passage of a 1099 reporting requirement in the Healthcare Reform Bill that it says would create an unnecessary hardship for newspapers by requiring them to report any purchase of goods or services of $600 or more per year to the IRS. Brief article 132

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