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- EDITORS, WAKE UP! Raffaele, Michael // Editor & Publisher;5/20/2002, Vol. 135 Issue 20, p26
Focuses on the decline of newspaper circulation in the market. Stories in newspapers; Role of editors in newspaper circulation; Criteria of a good newspaper.
- 'Globe' circulation leads to lineup change. Moses, Lucia // Editor & Publisher;12/18/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 51, p14
Reports that the 'Boston Globe' newspaper has shuffled its lineup of editors. Part of the newspaper's efforts to arrest the decline in its Sunday circulation; Impact of the retirement of managing editor for news operations Thomas F. Mulvoy Jr.; Factors behind the decline in the newspaper's...
- No Moore Torygraph as Newland steps in? Benady, David // Marketing Week (01419285);10/9/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p14
Reports on the selection of Martin Newland as editor of Daily Telegraph in Great Britain. Reorganization of the senior management team; Increase of newspaper circulation; Modification of the readership age profile.
- Industry hurt by self-inflicted wounds. Neuwirth, Robert // Editor & Publisher;10/10/98, Vol. 131 Issue 41, p24
Cites a survey of newspaper executives in the United States on circulation problems plaguing the industry. Lack of customer service impetus threatening newspaper circulation; Impact of the Internet on circulation trends; Admission by editors and publishers of ignorance about circulation issues.
- Busy readers like ASNE's revamped papers. // Editor & Publisher;4/22/95, Vol. 128 Issue 16, p55
Reports on the finding of a two-year American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) study that young adults who don't read a newspaper everyday responded positively to newspaper prototypes with meaningful journalism and busy lifestyles in mind. Report entitled `Beyond Survival: Forging Ties With...
- The People's quiet man looks to youth for more circulation. Lee, Jeremy // Campaign;6/6/2003, Issue 23, p12
Mark Thomas, who has spent nine weeks into his editorship at the newspaper 'The People,' is unwilling to discuss those changes that he plans to make to his new charge, preferring to be judged on results. The main talking point among the press buying world has been about the newspaper's declining...
- OUT OF THE DARKNESS. Hentoff, Nat // Editor & Publisher;12/1/2003, Vol. 136 Issue 43, p34
Features Tom Henderson, managing editor of the rural weekly "The Polk County Itemizer-Observer" newspaper founded in 1875 in Dallas, Oregon. Circulation of the newspaper; Actions taken by Henderson as an effort to raise public awareness of the importance of the First Amendment; Information on a...
- British weeklies fight for readers' loyalty in changing communities. Ray, Garrett W. // Newspaper Research Journal;Spring1995, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p124
Editors of local weeklies in Britain are struggling with residents' fragmented interests and declining loyalties to the community and the local newspaper. They are turning increasingly to "public journalism" and niche marketing while continuing to emphasize detailed coverage of local events and...
- What the Doctor Ordered? // Time;12/4/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 23, p79
The article reports on the decision of the "Amsterdam News," an African American-owned weekly newspaper in Harlem, New York, to hire a white managing editor, Stanley Ross. The decision was made after the newspaper's circulation declined which started when it increased its price in 1956. Ross...