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Articles from The Masthead (September 22, 2006)

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A hunger for engagement with a changing world: aging ink-stained wretches? Guilty. out of touch with a transforming industry? Look again. Riley, Kate 476
After forty-two years with the North Jersey Media Group, Dick Benfield retired in April. Brief article 253
Anniversaries: not so much about where we started but about where we're going. MacEachern, Doug Editorial 451
Claude Duncan, editorial page editor at the Panama City News Herald in Florida, retired in June after ten years with the paper. Brief article 267
Details, details, details: it's official! Your host for the Pittsburgh convention has thought of everything! Waseleski, Tom 1568
Fleshing out the future. Prince, Richard 1282
Give readers what they want: a real spread on their editorial table. The best hope for the survival of newspapers is their commentary sections. Parker, Kathleen Column 626
NCEW conventions: in the end, it's all about the people. Labbe, J.R. 578
Salt Lake City: if we can handle the Olympics, preparing for NCEW's annual convention is a walk in the park: we'd bribe you if they'd let us! Honest! Cardall, Duane 704
Standing apart from the crowd: how the 2006 Minority Writers Seminar helped an opinionated person fine-tune her writing style. Williams, Jacqualine S. 851
Staying meaningful: the answer is found in the middle ground: good arguments? Sure. Good presentation? Sure. Avoiding predictability? Paramount! Navarette, Ruben 558
The paperless opinion page: the best opinion pages are as diverse as their audiences. Page, Clarence 619
The Record. Brief article 99
Tommy Denton stepped down as editorial page editor of The Roanoke Times in Virginia on June 30. 400
Turf or astroturf? A look at the scope of the "canned letter" phenomenon. Reader, Bill 852
Whatever the medium, it's true persuasion that counts most: Carthago delenda est. Powerful editorials didn't always require neatly printed pages. Pinkerton, Jim 669
Who we are and what we do: an Internet-researched update: some things change rapidly in our modern world ... but some things, like the profile of editorialists, don't seem to have changed much at all. Semion, Kay 2240
You've been no place until you've been to Indianapolis: yes, precious! that's it! tell them, my precious! Swarens, Tim 708

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