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Articles from NewsInc (November 22, 1999)

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COURT GIVES HONOLULU PAPER A REPRIEVE Appeal by Gannett fails; Star-Bulletin to continue under JOA until trial next September. Wetmore, Pete 612
FAS-FAX DELIVERS ANOTHER ROUND OF DECLINES Circulation down, but many papers no longer in free fall; a few metros are on upswing. 988
FRESHLY MINTED REPORTERS HEAD HOME TO WORK Reader Inc. class of 16 pleases instructors, sets stage for two more sessions. 398
JOAs IN SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAII WILL NOT HAVE SAME OUTCOME Deals to end two papers came to pass in decidedly different ways. Cole, David M. 653
NEW(S) MEDIA - A colorful future for computing fits in the palm of just one hand "The amount of hardware that can now be casually jammed into a tiny package is truly frightening.". Feola, Christopher J. 840
PAPERS PREPARE FOR NEW YEAR WITH ADS, COPY Four ad directors outline plans to win advertising and readers with Jan. 1 specials. 655
PUBLISHERS REMINDED OF THEIR DUTY TO PROMOTE Annual Audit Bureau sessions focus on print's strength in a web-crazed world. Duscha, Julius 1986

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