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September 1998
Nieman Reports;Fall98, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p32
Presents information on a panel discussion held to address issues pertaining to journalism, which was chaired by Joyce Purnick, Metropolitan editor at New York Times. Focus of the discussion; What measures are being taken by the government to alleviate problems being experienced by journalists; Identification of journalism as a highly paid profession.


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