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Earlier this year, American Journalism Review named Silverstein one of the "unsung stars" of Washington journalism.
The magazine's chief rival is the American Journalism Review (AJR), published since 1987 by the University of Maryland at College Park.
In the July/August 2001 issue of the American Journalism Review, writer Lucinda Fleeson discussed the frustrations of a reporter at the Scripps Howard newspaper chain who covered the U.
The series found that there wasn't proof the treatment program was working, according to a generous write-up of the newsletter in the American Journalism Review (Jan.
Reporters Charles Layton and Mary Walton, writing in American Journalism Review, point out that capital pressrooms around the country are shrinking, that stories about state government get less space and poorer play.
In 1998 he helped compile a massive study funded by the Pew Center and released by the American Journalism Review that showed clearly that many papers across the country were reducing their state coverage and cutting back on the number of reporters assigned to roam the marble halls of state capitols.
Local news now dominates in a growing number of American newspapers, says CNN international correspondent Peter Arnett in American Journalism Review.
A recent article in the American Journalism Review suggests, in fact, that international news has "vanished" from American newspapers -- especially smaller ones.
The show is even more suspect because it reached conclusions opposite from those made in a well-researched article by freelancer Kate McKenna in the May issue of American Journalism Review.
27-33; Alicia Shepard, "The Gospel of Public Journalism," American Journalism Review, Sept.
To ask what else the Journal has done is like asking what else Einstein did besides the theory of relativity," author Eric Alterman told the American Journalism Review in 1993.
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