Leab, Daniel J.
November 1972
Columbia Journalism Review;Nov/Dec1972, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p68
This articles presents summaries and reviews of reports. The report "Mirrors on the media," by Lewis W. Wolfson provides comments by political correspondents, columnists and commentators who were interviewed by graduate students at American University, under the director of associate professor Wolfson. In the September 1972 issue of "Scientific American Journal," law professor Thomas I. Emerson and scientist Peter C. Goldmark examine the social and scientific aspects of communication. In the report "The Herald Traveler's Costly Lunch," report by Louis M. Kohlmeier in the July 17, 1972 issue of "Wall Street" journal, an analysis of the role of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in the end of Boston, Massachusetts "Herald Traveler" newspaper was emphasized. A survey of attitudes expressed between 1954 and 1968 toward Chicago, Illinois newspaper editorials are discussed in the report "Editorials on Race, 1954-1968," by Thomas J. Kelly in the August 1972 issue of "Chicago Journalism Review" journal. Meanwhile, in the reports entitled "Clarence Jones and the New York Amsterdam News" and "Being Black, Covering Black," publishers Jones of the "Amsterdam" periodical is profiled. Rewards and penalties of being a minority journalists are discussed by a Denver, Colorado "Post" newspaper staff writer.


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