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Wednesday, 21 Oct 2009
Journalism’s Roving Eye

Join the OPC and the AP Corporate Archives at our co-sponsored Book Night on Tuesday, November 10 at 6 p.m. at the Associated...

Wednesday, 21 Oct 2009

Join us Thursday, October 29 at 7 p.m. for a private screening of the highly anticipated adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning...

Tuesday, 13 Oct 2009
Adrian Nicole LeBlan

I teetered on the brink of depression -- after all the buyouts and downsizing of colleagues in the media industry -- when hearing Adrian...

Monday, 28 Sep 2009

New York Times Magazine columnist William Safire, whose writing rules included never split an infinitive, avoid...

Monday, 28 Sep 2009
Robert Spiers  Benjamin

Robert S. Benjamin, 92, who started his career as a foreign correspondent at age 15 and was the last survivor among the...

Friday, 25 Sep 2009

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Wednesday, 23 Sep 2009

McClatchy Newspapers is discussing changes in its foreign operations that could see some bureaus closing, with other locations opening and some...

Wednesday, 23 Sep 2009
Jeanne Toomey

Jeanne Toomey, 88, a newspaper pioneer and an OPC member since 1953, died September 17 in her daughter’s home at Falmouth, Maine...

Tuesday, 22 Sep 2009

Since the financial meltdown began a year ago, journalism jobs have gone away at almost three times the rate jobs have disappeared in the general...

Tuesday, 22 Sep 2009

The Far Eastern Economic Review, a 63-year-old magazine that in its prime rattled Asia's authoritarian power brokers with its rigorous...