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Articles from St. Louis Journalism Review (November 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
"My goodness, such bitterness!". Hentschell, Jim Letter to the editor 221
"Police crossed the line". Malone, Roy Brief article 128
A salute to Martin Duggan. Brief article 138
A Swiss rescue for our newspapers. Salamon, George 990
All about play money. Malone, Roy Brief article 132
At a loss for words. Tabscott, Robert W. 553
Business models for a battered journalism industry. Silverblatt, Art Report 2089
Can we have some balance? West, Anthony 448
Charter's changes upset some. Israel, Benjamin 719
Dick Gephardt's fall: how a progressive stalwart turned into a spectacular political sellout. Jones, Sebastian Reprint 2704
Did Kurt Geenbaum go too far? Wafapoor, Farzad 492
For lobbyists it's money and prestige. Malone, Roy 594
Four petitions challenge KFUO sale: all the petitions question the ability of the proposed buyer, Gateway Creative Broadcasting, Inc., to raise the capital necessary. Another aspect that could raise some eyebrows at the FCC is the provision that the classical music format would be moved to the station's HD2 channel. Absher, Frank 1008
Headlines and the Nixon Whitehouse. Brief article 80
Interlocking directorates. Klotzer, Charles Brief article 198
KSHE's window to an odd world: the window invited the public. Absher, Frank 1238
KSHE: format change brought in young. Absher, Frank 541
Lee cuts Post retiree benefits. 422
Lewis C. Green, a relentless fighter to protect the environment among many other crusades, is the subject of "A Force for Nature: The Environmental Litigation of Lewis C. Green" by Patricia Tummons and Florence Shinkle, both formerly with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Book review 100
Mike Leonard: storyteller from the Midwest. Murray, Mike 1273
Misssouri Professional Communicators. Brief article 115
P-D bans Berger. Brief article 92
Pay now, be a top dentist. Malone, Roy Brief article 282
Polling shows voters are gloomy: the public seems to be more anti-incumbent than anti-majority party. Jones, Terry 642
Rams, Big Red more alike than different: as sports have moved into the 21st century, with arcane, often-meaningless statistics taking the place of eyesight and experience, scouting and drafting have probably changed more than any other part of sports. Pollack, Joe 1091
Simon and Gephardt: service vs self-service: once they left public life, one upheld, the other betrayed the trust earned during his public career. Klotzer, Charles L. 1120
Study ranks PR people high in morals, ethics: higher levels of ethical reasoning correlated with self-reported liberal bias. Those who characterized themselves as more fundamentalist regardless of religious sect scored significantly lower in moral reasoning. Stoff, Rick 990
The Globe lives again as an online news source. Corrigan, Don 957
The Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis. Brief article 240
Top stories of 2009. Brief article 162
Top stories of decade. Brief article 134
Top thirty stories of decade 2000s. Statistical data 245
Top twenty stories of 2009. Statistical data 173

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