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ERIC Number: ED260421
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Nov
Pages: 24
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Editors in the Electronic Age.
Dye, Robert M., Ed.
Intended for newspaper writers and editors, this collection of articles includes the following titles and authors: "VDTs, TV Haven't Shocked Editors" by Jay Rogers; "Opinions Vary on Electronics' Effect" by Bob Nordyke; "A Few Kind Words for the Censors" by Hugh A. Mulligan; "Those Awards Have Their Limitations" by Larry Fortner; "Obituaries Are Written for the Living" by Bob Conley; "A Sample Guide to Obituary Writing" from the Milwaukee Sentinel Stylebook; "The Rewrite Bank Is Not Dead--Yet" by Thomas B. Debley; "Sports Columnists Offer Chuckles" by Fred Russell; "'Word' Called Useful, Not Panacea" by John H. Fisher; "'The Word,' a Drama in One Act" by James A. Crook; "More Editors Appealing to Young" by Tom Burton; "History 'Incomplete' Without News" by Joe Goodman;"Editorial-Page Kitchen Bound to Over-Heat" by W. Lawrie Joslin; and "'Tailored' Paper to Answer Dreams" by Clark Hoyt and Trueman Farris. (EL)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Associated Press Managing Editors.
Note: Report prepared by the Associated Press Managing Editors Writing and Editing Committee and issued at the Annual Convention of the Associated Press Managing Editors (Louisville, KY, November 1983).