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Articles from St. Louis Journalism Review (December 1, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
30 years ago today. Bishop, Ed 241
Alternative newspaper debuts in St. Louis. Grodsky, Dawn 1460
Beat reporting upgrades TV news. Cohen, David 2490
Blind TV. Absher, Frank 118
Buyouts threaten two dailies; Pulitzer, Inc. supports closing. Klotzer, Charles L. 473
Changes loom on the St. Louis broadcast scene. Absher, Frank 694
Dragging their feet. Bishop, Ed 313
Efforts to counter Hazelwood slow to crawl. Corrigan, Don 1627
Former Post reporter Jeff Meyers now fights to legalize marijuana. Schmitt, Tim 1286
Freeman takes over morning show on KWMU. Grodsky, Dawn 986
Greek lesson. Porter, E.F. 168
HERE. Bishop, Ed 1029
Homogenizing the news. Klotzer, Charles L. 151
How much does that gorilla weigh? Pollack, Joe 200
Howard Stern could wind up on KSHE. Hoffman, Larry 1176
Illinois prison home to illegal tire dump. 99
Moving up. Absher, Frank 105
Nasty Senate race challenges TV news. Merrett, Tammy 848
News media drop ball on higher-education controversy. Hellinger, Daniel 2809
Newspaper readership drops in Russia. Hellinger, Daniel 1821
Olympic gold isn't just about medals. Pollack, Joe 1096
Ooh la la dumb. Pollack, Joe 122
Peacock on top. Absher, Frank 122
Pulitzer Prize winner 'disses' civic journalism. Corrigan, Don 2423
RADIO HISTORY. Absher, Frank 1050
Rosen's civic journalism counter to good journalism. Porter, E.F. Book Review 1820
Some of the news not fit to print. Cohen, David 220
St. Louis has 'obduracy' problems. Judd, Dennis R. 1221
THERE. Klotzer, Charles L. 942
Two for the price of one. Pollack, Joe 283
We'll get to the bad news later. Pollack, Joe 228
What comes naturally. Absher, Frank 183
Whatever. Absher, Frank 106

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