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Thursday, 05 Mar 2009

William J. Jorden, 85, a Korean War correspondent who became a New York Times diplomatic correspondent and then a...

Thursday, 05 Mar 2009

Columbia Journalism Review counts some 12,000 journalists who have lost their jobs since January 2007. In its new "Do or Die...

Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009

As one editor put it, Zimbabwe is a hot story: Rife with economic collapse, a spreading cholera epidemic, and until last month a brutal...

Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009

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Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009

Paul Harvey, 90, a pioneer in radio news and talk radio with a start and pause delivery style who became one of the nation's...

Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009

Ann Bryan Mariano McKay, 76, one of the first women combat correspondents to cover the Vietnam War, died of Alzheimer's disease...

Friday, 27 Feb 2009

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Friday, 27 Feb 2009

Just shy of its 150th birthday, the Rocky Mountain News, published in Denver, Colorado, closes its presses today.

Thursday, 19 Feb 2009

Those pronouncing the death of journalism are wrong,” said Michael Oreskes, managing editor, U.S. news, for the Associated Press. Before an...