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PRRD is world's most popular leader - UAE newspaper. Oct 31, 2020 437
In 12 English and Urdu newspapers analyzed for April 2020 covering nearly 2700 opinion pieces, 'Health' issues dominated the space followed by 'Governance' and 'Social': Gallup and Gilani Pakistan. May 12, 2020 1722
Offering Balance: A journalist's job is to report, not to persuade. Gallagher, Tim Jul 1, 2019 760
HRH Premier receives Al-Bilad newspaper's board, staff. Apr 11, 2018 639
How to save the dying newspaper editorial. Bunch, Will Jun 22, 2017 1161
Chinese newspaper slams India for OBOR summit boycott. May 17, 2017 234
Chinese newspaper slams India for OBOR summit boycott. May 17, 2017 234
50 years of free speech. Oct 24, 2014 802
Inquirer top newspaper, says poll. Survey Apr 7, 2014 423
J-school students and industry vets tackle the tough questions. Sep 1, 2013 657
Allow more opinions; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. Aug 16, 2013 369
Americans' Confidence in Newspapers Continues to Erode; Fewer than one in four Americans confident in newspapers, TV news. Mendes, Elizabeth Survey Jun 17, 2013 1092
Goran Mihajlovski, editor-in-chief of newspaper Vest, announced that the newspaper withdrew the conducted poll in which readers were supposed to choose which female reporter could do an interview with PM Nikola Gruevski following the example of the Serbian show "Mission Impossible". Interview Feb 1, 2013 102
Strong support for news media: attitudes towards news on old and new platforms. Bergstrom, Annika; Wadbring, Ingela Report Aug 1, 2012 4852
Poll of the day. Mar 1, 2012 202
Approval rate of Noda Cabinet slides further: newspaper polls. Feb 21, 2012 163
Bombs away, Birmingham: kill'em with Southern charm; knock 'em dead with investigate reporting. Fleming, Jeff Editorial Feb 1, 2011 474
In U.S., Confidence in Newspapers, TV News Remains a Rarity; No more than 25% say they have a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in either. Morales, Lymari Survey Aug 13, 2010 736
Public support for Kan's Cabinet drops: newspapers. Jun 28, 2010 145
Newspaper editor to stand trial for 'inciting public opinion against real estate tax'. Jun 15, 2010 612
Use of newspapers by Nigerian university students: the case of Delta State University, Anwai campus. Igbeka, J.U.; Ola, Christopher O. Jun 1, 2010 1523
New Zogby Poll: Few Republicans Choose Newspapers as a Trustworthy Source. Jun 18, 2009 181
'San Luis Obispo Tribune' Readers Want Their Bill O'Reilly. Brief article Jun 15, 2009 284
Poll finds 870/0 of N.H. uses the Internet: but TV, newspapers remain prime sources of news. Survey Jun 5, 2009 393
Poll: U.S. Public Sees Media as Biased, Inaccurate and Uncaring. Staff, E&P Brief article Aug 10, 2007 166
Public support for Abe Cabinet stays below 40% in 2 newspaper polls. Jun 25, 2007 329
Abe Cabinet fetches 71-63% support in newspaper polls. Oct 2, 2006 301
Syndicates: What Crosses the Line in a Column? Astor, Dave Sep 1, 2006 1196
Brazilian newspapers gaining trust. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 180
Bridging the gap: newspapers must invest much more heavily in their Web sites. Palser, Barb Jun 1, 2005 881
Advice from Ad Buyers. Saba, Jennifer May 1, 2005 3249
Parkinson's lore. Serca, Kim Feb 1, 2004 376
What do readers really want? Respect: and shorter stories about redheads. (Top of the Review). Kunkel, Thomas Brief Article May 1, 2002 767
Sexual 'perversity' and Chicago. Moses, Lucia Brief Article Mar 5, 2001 280
Positive Reviews. Stepp, Carl Sessions Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2001 5220
Keep the spotlight on readers. CARSON, RICHARD W. Brief Article Dec 22, 2000 897
NATION. Malcolm, Teresa Oct 13, 2000 1445
Get Mad, Write a 142-page Report. Pompilio, Natalie Oct 1, 2000 1566
READERS, NEWSPAPERS AREN'T ALWAYS CONNECTING. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 201
STUDY: GAP EXISTS BETWEEN NEWS MEDIA AND AUDIENCE. Brief Article May 1, 2000 225
BREAKING THE NEWSROOM. JANEWAY, MICHAEL Dec 20, 1999 1875
Slouching Toward Sanity. Rieder, Rem Mar 1, 1999 910
What Do Readers Really Want? Layton, Charles Mar 1, 1999 14322
A matter of trust. Newport, Frank; Saad, Lydia Jul 1, 1998 2005
A public challenge to public journalism. Bishop, Ed Editorial Apr 1, 1998 641
Ads more relevant than news? Fitzgerald, Mark May 17, 1997 731
Journalists uniting to take action. Winship, Thomas Column May 17, 1997 1296
Survey: First Amendment is in trouble. Jones, Stacy Mar 29, 1997 327
Florida's newspapers set a fast pace. Cleghorn, Reese Column Nov 1, 1996 539
Commercialization an NIE danger? Fitzgerald, Mark Oct 26, 1996 702
TV scores well when compared to newspapers. Apr 29, 1995 553
Covering kids: children's advocacy group head says many newspapers are devoting too much space to stories about youth violence. Astor, David Dec 10, 1994 658
Controversial photo: sight of dead U.S. soldier being dragged through a mob of jeering Somalis enrages some readers, divides editors. Fitzgerald, Mark Oct 23, 1993 825
Syndicate does a nationwide study. Astor, David Oct 24, 1992 573
Journalism and the public trust. Purtell, Keith Column Sep 26, 1992 820
Ombudsmen - worth saving? Salant, Richard Sep 22, 1992 1256
Tarred by the 'supermarket' tabloids. Mallette, Mal Jun 27, 1992 841
Taking on a sacred cow: Montgomery Advertiser targeted by fans after it publishes a controversial story on the Auburn University football program. Bentley, Emily Dec 21, 1991 1885
Outside editors critique Honolulu dailies. Stein, M.L. Dec 7, 1991 1283
Baby Bells speak out. editorial Oct 5, 1991 187
RBOCs zap newspapers. Oct 5, 1991 360
The economy, Clarence Thomas get reader attention. Gersh, Debra Jul 27, 1991 867
Stop the sophistication: retiring editor advises newspapers to give readers 'hamburger and Coke, not quiche and Evian.' (Frank McCulloch) Stein, M.L. Jun 15, 1991 584
Reaching young readers: consultant suggests the only way for newspapers to do so may be to offer additional, topic-oriented spin-off papers. Fitzgerald, Mark May 11, 1991 766
A year of retrenchment: newspaper industry wonders about its future as a second straight year of economic downturn comes to a close. Fitzgerald, Mark Jan 5, 1991 5976

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