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Frank Denton Named Editor at 'Tampa Trib'
(AP) Frank M. Denton, editor of the Wisconsin State Journal since 1986, has been appointed editor of The Tampa Tribune. - January 13, 2004

'Times' Looks to 'WSJ' for Business Editor
The next business editor of The New York Times could be a home-grown Gotham talent: Larry Ingrassia of the Wall Street Journal. - January 12, 2004

Fired Baltimore 'Sun' Editor Hopes to Stay in Biz
Outgoing editor William Marimow of The Sun in Baltimore says his surprise firing this week has not deterred him from remaining in the newspaper business as an editor elsewhere -- perhaps even as a reporter. - January 08, 2004

'Reporters at War' Airs on Discovery Times TV
The Discovery Times Channel will air "Reporters at War," a four-part series on the history of journalism during war starting tonight, Jan. 6. Jon Blair, the executive producer for the series and also a veteran war correspondent, said the idea for the special was conceived before the recent Iraq conflict, but that war made the issue more pertinent. - January 06, 2004

Baltimore 'Sun' Publisher Was Looking for New Editor
Publisher Denise Palmer of The Sun in Baltimore had apparently been looking for a new editor as far back as early November, when she first spoke to Tim Franklin of the Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel about the job. Franklin, who is flying to Baltimore today to replace fired Sun Editor William Marimow, said the initial talks were just conversation, with a more specific meeting held early last month. - January 06, 2004

Bradlee Resigns From 'Boston Globe'
After nearly 25 years at The Boston Globe, Ben Bradlee Jr. has resigned from the paper, in which he served most recently as deputy managing editor for special projects and investigations. - January 05, 2004

'USA Weekend' Prints Unintended Racial Slur
'USA Today' Explains Kelley Flap
Worcester's First Union Contract Expected This Week
Journalists Arrested After Criticizing Zimbabwe Prez
Will London's Tab Experiment Affect U.S. Broadsheets?
Welcome to the New 'E&P'
Fewer People Read Newspapers for Election News
Two French Journalists Freed in Pakistan
'USA Today' to Explain Kelley Flap in Tues. Edition
Could Freeman Return to 'NY Times?'

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Press Should Keep Open Mind on Campaign 2004
- by Tom Wicker - January 13, 2004
Two Thumbs Down on Movie Blurbing
- by Allan Wolper - January 13, 2004
Latin America Continues to 'License' Journalists
- by Mark Fitzgerald - January 12, 2004
Roldo, the Man With No Last Name, Signs Off
Roldo has a last name, but none of his many admirers -- or equally numerous detractors -- in Cleveland ever seem to use it when they talk about the iconoclastic journalist. - by Mark Fitzgerald - January 12, 2004
New API Chief Backs Preparedness
Andrew B. Davis is not your typical press institute chief. He has run a weekly newspaper group -- and commanded U.S. Marines during the first Persian Gulf War. - by Joe Strupp - January 12, 2004

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24-Year-Old Editor Helms Chicago Weekly
Her face is animated, her eyes weary. Deadline is rapidly approaching at Citylink, and Leah Pietrusiak is the last remaining soul in the Chicago newsroom of the free West Side weekly on this Wednesday evening.

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New Executive Editor for 'Post-Tribune' in Merrillville
Todd Franko has been appointed executive editor of the Post-Tribune in Merrillville. He has been editor of the Sandusky (Ohio) Register since 1997.

'Columbus Dispatch' Names Managing Editor
The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch has named Alan D. Miller managing editor for news, effective Jan. 5.

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'Sun' Shakeup Shows Tribune's Heavy Hand
Baltimore Business Journal

Editor Sees Israel Beyond the Headlines
Rocky Mountain News, Denver

728 Corrections: Sign of Trouble or Healthy Paper?
Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram

Andy Card: 'It's Not Our Job to Be Sources'
New York Daily News

Howard Kurtz: How the Press Decides Winners
The Washington Post

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