Citations with the tag: PRESS
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- Repression in African journalism.
// Commonweal; 8/9/85, Vol. 112 Issue 16, p429
The stories of two African journalists, from S. Africa and Liberia, are examples of a continent-wide pattern of repression of journalists who oppose their governments. Only two bright spots exist: the freedom of press in Egypt and in Senegal.
- The Lemko question in the Polish press, 1987-1993.
Mihalasky, Susyn Y. // East European Quarterly; Mar1997, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p43
Presents information on the attention paid to Poland's Lemko minority in that country's press during the years 1987-1993. Reaction of Lemko community to attention; Details on developments in reports; Difficulties some journalists have in dealing with Lemko's ethno-national identity; Changes...
- You have to be number-one.
Mihalasky, Susyn Y. // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 08/01/97, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p9
Discusses what drives profitability in the press. Comments from Peter Kreisky, vice president at Mercer Management Consulting, while at a Magazine Publishers of American Franchise Development Conference.
- An eyewitness report.
Mihalasky, Susyn Y. // Mother Jones; Sep86, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p14
Writer Adam Hochchild visited South Africa in February and March before several restrictions on foreign correspondents were imposed. Here he reports on what he saw. INSET: What will happen next in South Africa; How majority rule might....
- John Lloyd.
Lloyd, John // New Statesman; 3/7/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4324, p18
Examines the changes that the Scotland press is experiencing. Andrew Neil's take over as editor-in-chief of the newspaper group which has `Scotsman' as its flagship; Hiring of Englishman Martin Clarke to run the Scotsman; Nature of Scots press; Success stories in Scotland's press; Import of...
- Fourth estate.
Campbell, Alida // New Statesman & Society; 2/2/96, Vol. 9 Issue 388, p11
Surveys developments relating to periodicals in Great Britain for the week of January 25, 1996. Includes `Daily Mirror' newspaper's exclusive interview with John Major; Anti-Labour sentiments in the `Daily Mail'; `Mirror' newspaper's invention of the word `hypolitical.'
- Infidelity of the press.
Cole, John // New Statesman & Society; 7/24/92, Vol. 5 Issue 212, p9
Expresses the author's frustrations with the British press' preference for sex scandals rather than political and economic news. Case study of how the scandal over National Heritage Secretary David Mellor has taken precedence over the economic policy of new Labour leader John Smith; Forecast of...
Cole, John // New Statesman & Society; 10/1/93, Vol. 6 Issue 272, p7
Provides a roundup of tabloid press headlines in Great Britain for the month of September 1993. Attitude of the newspaper `Star' on failure of Manchester's bid to host the Olympic Games in 2000; Accusation by the newspaper `Mail' against firemen for alleged enjoyment of governmental favors;...
Cole, John // New Statesman & Society; 11/5/93, Vol. 6 Issue 277, p7
Highlights headlines in Great Britain's tabloid press for the period inclusive October 28 to November 3, 1993. Member of Parliament (MP) Gerry Adams' appearance as pall bearer at the funeral of Thomas Begley, the Irish Republican Army (IRA) fishshop bomber; Liberal Democratic Party leaders'...
- Small presses.
Cole, John // Publishers Weekly; 6/30/89, Vol. 235 Issue 26, p49
Reports on the smaller, independent presses in attendance at the American Booksellers Association convention. Curbstone Press, Kitchen Table Press; Berkeley's Small Press Distribution, and others.
- University presses: Highs & lows.
Nixon, W. // Publishers Weekly; 9/22/89, Vol. 236 Issue 12, p18
Describes the factors that have brought University presses increased growth in sales despite the decline in sales to libraries, their traditional market. Over the past 20 years they have become more astute publishers. Market for midlist books; Declining market for scholarly monographs;...
- Design does matter: The 1989 AAUP book show.
Grannis, C.B. // Publishers Weekly; 9/22/89, Vol. 236 Issue 12, p25
Describes the annual meeting of the Association of American University Presses and the importance presses place on the design of their publications. Juried show on book design; Comments on problems found in book design; Condensed listing of the show's catalogue.
- Major news source.
Grannis, C.B. // Quill; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p10
No abstract available.
- Chile's Catholic opposition press.
Grannis, C.B. // Christian Century; 12/10/86, Vol. 103 Issue 43, p1121
Tensions between the Pinochet regime in Chile and the country's Catholic press are analyzed. Since the attempted assassination of General Augusto Pinochet in late August, a wave of repression has swept Chile. But so far, although it has experienced some trouble from the regime, the Catholic...
- Times a changing at Third World agency.
Garrigues, George L. // Editor & Publisher; 8/13/94, Vol. 127 Issue 33, p16
Reports on changes at the Inter Press Service (IPS). Obsolescence of its identity as a Third World news agency; Impact of communism's decline on IPS funding; Forecast for 1995; IPS staff; History.
- The press in India.
Raman, A.S. // Contemporary Review; Aug95, Vol. 267 Issue 1555, p70
Focuses on the state of the press in India. Distinguished track record of the press in India; Fissures that have developed in the structure of the press in India; Effect of the globalization process on India's press; In-built features of India's print media; Inherent concept of free press;...
Stateman, Alison // Public Relations Tactics; Apr98, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p3
Presents news briefs related to the media in the United States. Recruitment of three staff reports by the Times Mirror Corporation to write sections of the company's 1997 report; Increase in the number of public relations and advertising students and graduates in 1997; Money spent on a variety...
- Dividing America.
Seeger, Murray // Nieman Reports; Fall97, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p89
Focuses on the media industry in the United States. Decrease in media audiences; Increase in the number of radio stations; Decrease in the number of papers; Details on the industry.
- A window on democracy.
Rather, D. // Newsweek; 8/22/88, Vol. 112 Issue 8, p6
No abstract available.
- The news media: Fourth branch of government.
Sudo, P. // Scholastic Update; 9/8/89, Vol. 122 Issue 1, p15
Discusses the role of the press to inform the American people about official corruption, wrongdoing, scandal or misguided policies. Constitutional protection of freedom of the press.
- DARTS AND LAURELS.
Cooper, Gloria // Columbia Journalism Review; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p19
Presents citations and criticisms of the United States press members. Includes criticism against `Fort Worth Star-Telegram' sportswriter Mike Fisher; Commendation for the staff of `Scripps Howard News'; Comment against columnist Clinton Collins Jr. of `Star Tribune.'
- HONG KONG the future of press freedom.
Cohen, Elliott // Columbia Journalism Review; May/Jun97, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p48
Focuses on Hong Kong's press freedom. Views on Hong Kong's biggest news story of 1997, the death of Deng Xiaoping; How South China Morning Post acted on the news about Deng; Status of the Chinese newspapers and other dailies; Views regarding Hong Kong's press freedom; Views on the Article 27...
- Press users group formed.
Cohen, Elliott // American Printer; Jun95, Vol. 215 Issue 3, p24
Reports on the formation of the PECOM Press Forum, an association of printing executives in the United States. Explanation of the name/acronym of the group; Contact information.
- At least one reader is not amused by the apologists for the paparazzi.
Cohen, Elliott // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 09/08/97, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p22
Comments on an editorial defending the invasive acts of the press and the paparazzi. Reaction to the claim that there is nothing wrong with the media system.
- Gandhi bullies the press.
D'Monte, D. // New Leader; 2/8/88, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p11
Discusses India's Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's difficulty with the press of his country, in particular with Arun Shourie, the editor of the `Indian Express' and the Prime Minister's retaliation.
D'Monte, D. // New Statesman & Society; 6/18/93, Vol. 6 Issue 257, p7
Reprints humorous excerpts from articles published in the British tabloid press. Norman Lamont's question over Prime Minister John Major's future; Replacing John Major; Woodrow Wyatt's explanation of his part in Lamont's resignation; Testing of rhino-whip style baton to be used by police; Tory...
D'Monte, D. // New Statesman & Society; 10/22/93, Vol. 6 Issue 275, p7
Presents headlines in British tabloid press for October 15 to 20, 1993. Viewed reason for poor showing of England's football team in the World Cup; Antiracism march; Eulogy for Nelson Mandela; More.
- Media-only business performance league.
D'Monte, D. // Campaign (UK); 08/01/97, Issue 31, p51
Presents statistical information on media agencies. Details on how the agencies ranked; Identification of the agencies; Names of the accounts they gained.
- The paper chase.
Tilles, Daniel // Adweek Western Edition; 11/03/97, Vol. 47 Issue 44, p28
Looks at several consumers sales incentives by the Italian press. Details on several magazines and newspapers; What is the goal of the magazines and newspapers; Comments from analyst from Pasfin Securities Sim, Alberto Rolla.
- Media directors expect revolutionary changes.
Costas, Jose // Caribbean Business; 7/31/1997, Vol. 25 Issue 30, p30
Presents information on the media industry in Puerto Rico. Questions the impending entry of `El Nuevo Mundo' and the `San Juan Star'; Comments from Kit Benavent, president of the Puerto Rico Advertising Agencies Association; What media directors expect in late 1997; Problems faced by the media...
- The Press We Deserve: A Legacy of Unheeded Warnings.
Edge, Marc // Textual Studies in Canada; Fall2002, Issue 16, p1
Discusses the state of print media and press in Canada. Problems faced by the media; Possible factors affecting the media; Comparison of the media with that of the U.S.
- Be specific.
Edge, Marc // Editor & Publisher; 7/16/94, Vol. 127 Issue 29, p6
Suggests that critics should be specific in pointing their fingers at erring elements of the press or media and not to smear all of the press/media because of the sins of a few.
- Fourth estate.
Edge, Marc // New Statesman & Society; 4/21/95, Vol. 8 Issue 349, p8
Presents commentaries on developments in Great Britain by its press from April 13 to 19, 1995. Includes the appointment of Gillian Shephard as education secretary; Teachers' demonstration in Blackpool, England on Easter Sunday; Teachers' concern regarding the sizes of classes.
- Media face suits for news-gathering.
Stein, Anne; Zombory, Chris // ABA Journal; Nov94, Vol. 80 Issue 11, p34
Reports on the increased incidence of lawsuits against the press in the United States. Basis of lawsuits; Avoidance of freedom of speech rights.
- Producing the truth in a basement.
Little, Allan // New Statesman & Society; 2/19/93, Vol. 6 Issue 240, p12
Looks at how production continues at Sarajevo, Yugoslavia's newspaper `Oslobodenje' in spite of the siege going on around it. Duty editor Fetah Ramovic; How three teams working in rotation a week at a time produce 3,500 copies daily; Columnist Emir Habul; The newspaper building's vulnerability...
- Fourth estate.
Little, Allan // New Statesman & Society; 9/10/93, Vol. 6 Issue 269, p7
Reports on newspaper highlights from the Daily Express, Daily Star, the Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail from September 2 to 8, 1993.
- Press makers predict new-age technologies.
Bregar, Bill // Plastics News; 5/12/1997, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p1
Focuses on the future of press makers in the United States, in regards to advancing technologies in the industry. Types of technological improvements expected; Information relating to a 2020 injection molding machine; Detailed information on the benefits of technology in the press maker industry.
- A cable channel just for us.
Lafayette, Jon // Electronic Media; 10/20/97, Vol. 16 Issue 43, p20
Opinion. Focuses on the media business in the United States. Issues covered by the media; Names of people familiar with the media business; Reference to the plans of Court Television (TV) founder Steve Brill, to start a media magazine called `Content,' about the news business; Detailed...
- Tabloids invade TV news!
Lafayette, Jon // Wilson Quarterly; Autumn97, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p127
Reviews the article `Local News: The Biggest Scandal on TV,' by Steven D. Stark, written in the June 1997 issue of the `Washington Monthly' periodical.
- John and Martha Kanes on the business press.
Lafayette, Jon // Columbia Journalism Review; May/Jun1983, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p25
This section presents an excerpt from the article A No-Fault Presidency by John and Martha Kanes in the a 1983 issue of April Savvy.
- The Panama story, or Here we go again.
Silverstein, Ken // Columbia Journalism Review; May/Jun88, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p20
Claims that the way the American media has covered Panama demonstrates the degree to which the press allows the administration to set the nation's foreign news agenda. Focus of the press' coverage of Panama; Relationship of the U.S. with Panama.
- Public's opinion of news differs from editors' views.
Hernandez, Debra Gersh // Editor & Publisher; 2/4/95, Vol. 128 Issue 5, p29
Reports that the public and newspaper editors differ on what they believe to be the top stories of 1994. Comparison conducted by the Times Mirror Center; Top ten stories according to the public; Top ten stories according to the Associated Press annual survey of news executives.
- Clash of the titans.
Spaeth, Anthony; Colmey, John // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 02/19/96, Issue 8, p45
Focuses on the controversy among Hong Kong's newspaper, with the main focus on the `Apple' and the `Oriental. Why press corporations have slashed their prices; Comments from George Shen, chief editor of the Hong Kong `Economic Journal'; Discussion on a newspaper war between two media empires.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
Spaeth, Anthony; Colmey, John // New York; 12/21/2009, Vol. 42 Issue 43, p48
A list of some news items from local sources of New York City is presented including the purchase of a five-legged dog by a woman from North Carolina and the celebration of the end of Ramadan by several Muslims at the Chuck E. Cheese in the Atlantic Terminal Mall in Fort Greene.
- Ontario Press Council expands.
Spaeth, Anthony; Colmey, John // Editor & Publisher; 04/05/97, Vol. 130 Issue 14, p18
Discloses that the Ontario Press Council has more than doubled in size after the Ontario Community Newspapers Association took out a bloc membership. Total number of community newspapers in the council; Number of daily newspaper members; Election of two new directors.
Spaeth, Anthony; Colmey, John // New Statesman & Society; 8/6/93, Vol. 6 Issue 264, p7
Presents headlines from British tabloids in the months of July and August 1993. Christ church by-election results; John Major's decision to secure the release of convicted drug criminals; Major's caveat on tax increase; More.
- Prophet sharing.
Young, Cathy // American Spectator; Sep93, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p68
Presents developments in the Russian news media. Privatization plan of Ostankino State Broadcasting Company; News on the vice president Alexander Rutskoi and other personalities; Religious group White Brotherhood; Crackdown on foreign missionaries and preachers; Comments from writers Eduard...
- Extra! Reds feud! Read it in Pravda.
Trimble, J. // U.S. News & World Report; 4/18/88, Vol. 104 Issue 15, p50
Details of a media war in the Soviet Union. How this contention affects General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. Personalities involved in the conflict and political purposes it can achieve.
- Media on media.
Absher, Frank // St. Louis Journalism Review; Dec97/Jan98, Vol. 28 Issue 202, p9
Presents information pertaining to the media in the United States. Names of two cable sports networks that are having trouble acquiring space on cable systems; Percentage of television viewers who like to find out about the weather; What countries the Cable News Network will open television...
- Media on media.
Absher, Frank // St. Louis Journalism Review; Sep98, Vol. 28 Issue 209, p13
Presents information relating to the media in St. Louis, Missouri. Complaints from persons who listen to the radio, as highlighted in the August 17th, 1998 edition of Broadcasting and Cable periodical; Findings of the 1998 Radio Format Study which was developed by InteRep; Observations that USA...