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MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry on the Death of New Orleans Newspapers - Posted October 17, 2012
In the latest Mediabistro interview, MSNBC host and New Orleans native Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the state of journalism and the decline of print. For her, ... [TVSpy]

How Advance's Newspapers Dealt with Cutbacks - Posted May 25, 2012
Advance Publications is cutting back production at four of its newspapers. The largest is New Orleans' The Times-Picayune, but Alabama's The Press-Register, The Huntington Times and The Birmingham News are all going to cut back to publishing only three times a week. It's sad not only because communities depend on their... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How Advance's Newspapers Dealt with Cutbacks - Posted May 25, 2012
Advance Publications is cutting back production at four of its newspapers. The largest is New Orleans' The Times-Picayune, but Alabama's The Press-Register, The Huntington Times and The Birmingham News are all going to cut back to publishing only three times a week. It's sad not only because communities depend on their... [FishbowlNY]

Columbia J-School Announces Fellows For Violence And Trauma Coverage - Posted August 25, 2009
A Wall Street Journal reporter is among the 2009 Dart Center Ochberg Fellowship recipients announced by Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism today. The fellowships, established in 1999, offer mid-career journalists looking to expand their coverage of violence and traumatic events a chance to learn from experts in the field. The ten... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Columbia J-School Announces Fellows For Violence And Trauma Coverage - Posted August 25, 2009
A Wall Street Journal reporter is among the 2009 Dart Center Ochberg Fellowship recipients announced by Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism today. The fellowships, established in 1999, offer mid-career journalists looking to expand their coverage of violence and traumatic events a chance to learn from experts in the field. The ten... [FishbowlNY]

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