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Articles from Gateway Journalism Review (September 22, 2019)

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'Quiet rooms' investigation is a call to action for community news outlets. Spinner, Jackie 868
Growing Community Media: After four decades, a local newspaper company turns the page. Bloyd-Peshkin, Sharon 1158
Helping students prepare for future: How journalism educators innovate. Kim, Ensung 1677
How a popular media bias chart determines what news can be trusted. Heldebrandt, Beth 1558
Journalism failed the young editors and staffers at The Daily Northwestern--not the other way around. Douglas, Deborah 1473
Leftist protesters pose historic challenge to campus free speech and press. Freivogel, William H. 1573
Ohio newsletter seeks to amplify Midwestern voices. Schoonover, Nika 676
Replacing Enlightenment virtues with Dark Age fantasies. Freivogel, William H. 1387
St. Louis group pushes back over privacy and health concerns of the 5G industrial revolution. Corrigan, Don 2671
Survey: Readers trust community newspapers more than national news outlets, social media. Forsythe, Nick 778
The new Knight-Wallace Midwest Fellowship. Forsythe, Nick 626
What is lost if photos are pulled to save subject's pain? Pallasch, Abdon 985
Woman reporter portrayed as tired trope in new Eastwood film 'Richard Jewell'. Everbach, Tracy 860

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