- Another year of living dangerously for African journalists. // Africa Report;May/Jun95, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p8
Focuses on the high incidence of execution and murder among African journalists. Hutu extremists' campaign to exterminate Tutsis in Rwanda; Murder of Rwandan reporters and editors in order to preempt opposition to the genocide; New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists' annual survey of...
- They didn't ask about Capone. Borden, Jeff; Coleman, Glenn // Crain's Chicago Business;4/3/95, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p8
Reports on the questions asked by African journalists in their visit to the `Crain's Chicago Business' newsroom.
- The strange debate over Bosnia. // Commentary;Nov92, Vol. 94 Issue 5
Explores the issues surrounding the war in Bosnia and the implications for the United States. National interests; U.S. as `world's policeman'; Jeane Kirkpatrick's advocacy of the use of force against Serbia; George Will's vision of moralism and realism and the Bosnian struggle; Liberal Anthony...
- A newsman's take on newmakers. Sperling, Godfrey // Christian Science Monitor;2/4/97, Vol. 89 Issue 48, p19
Presents questions the writer asked himself concerning his career as a newspaper columnist. Most likable presidential candidate; Highlights of his career as a `Monitor' newsman; Reason for the focus of the column.
- Reporting from Chechnya? Take your ATM card. Peterson, Scott // Christian Science Monitor;12/13/2000, Vol. 93 Issue 14, p1
Discusses the fees charged to journalists in Chechnya for travel in military operations.
- Fax preferred over E-mail. // Editor & Publisher;10/19/96, Vol. 129 Issue 42, p40
Reports on the findings of a New York State Bar Association survey which shows New York reporters' preference for fax and snail mail.
- Editor's Message. // Faces (07491387);Mar2003, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p2
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- Insight from right and left. Russell, Anne M. // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;10/1/94, Vol. 23 Issue 16, p7
Discusses the advantages of opinionated journalists. Agendas of journalists; Balanced journalism.
- More digging rather than less. // IRE Journal;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p3
Opinion. Presents the author's view that journalists should take more time to research their stories rather than waiting for information to be handed to them. Reference to Alan Nairn's speech at the providence national conference in 1996; How his research helped him as a journalist; Where you...