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   American journalism  (0882-1127)

from 07/01/2003 to present in Communications and Mass Media Complete


   Editor & publisher  (0013-094X)

from 01/01/1991 to present in Business Insights: Essentials


   Journalism & mass communication quarterly  (1077-6990)

from 01/01/1999 to present in SAGE Complete A-Z List (1999-Present)


  Journalism history  (0094-7679)

from 03/01/1985 to present in Communications and Mass Media Complete

CQ Reseracher Reports related to Journalism, Newspapers, and the Media

Journalism, Newspapers, and the Media
May 03, 2013  Media Bias
Apr. 26, 2013  Free Speech at Risk
Apr. 12, 2013  Combat Journalism
Nov. 2010  Press Freedom
Oct. 08, 2010  Journalism Standards in the Internet Age
Feb. 05, 2010  Press Freedom
Mar. 27, 2009  Future of JournalismUpdated
Jun. 09, 2006  Blog ExplosionUpdated
Jan. 20, 2006  Future of Newspapers
Apr. 08, 2005  Free-Press Disputes
Oct. 15, 2004  Media Bias
Oct. 10, 2003  Media OwnershipUpdated
Dec. 25, 1998  Journalism Under Fire
Jun. 05, 1998  Student Journalism
Sep. 20, 1996  Civic Journalism
Sep. 23, 1994  Courts and the Media

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