Nieman Notes

Fiore, Lois
December 2004
Nieman Reports;Winter2004, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p68
This section presents a compilation of news items about prominent personalities in the field of journalism in the U.S., from 1955 to 2005. In 1957, Burnell A. Heinecke has retired from the Illinois State Treasure's office where he was working as administrative assistant. Heinecke spent 23 years with the Chicago Sun-Times, including 10 years as the paper's Chicago bureau chief. He also served as editor of Heinecke News Service. In 1969, John Zakarian retired as editorial page editor of The Hartford Courant. Zakarian began his journalism career as a reporter for The Associated Press and has been with the Courant since 1977. He is the recipient of the Walker Stone award for editorial writing and an Overseas Press Club award for his 1987 editorial series on the Middle East. Zakarian is a past president and life member of the National Conference of Editorial Writers. Eli Reed has been appointed as a clinical professor for the School of Journalism at the University of Texas in Austin. Starting in January 1983, he will be teaching advanced projects in photojournalism for their graduate program. Reed taught a weeklong workshop at the university called The Moving Image for the graduate and undergraduate students.


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