A Newspaper Strives to Make Its Coverage Complete

Connor, Mike
June 2001
Nieman Reports;Summer2001, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p74
Deals with the efforts of `The Post-Standard' newspaper of Syracuse, New York to become a comprehensive purveyor of news. Merger of its morning and evening newspaper staffs; Changes in its journalistic mission; Actions taken by the newspaper to achieve completeness and proportionality in its news.


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