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Tag Archives: News Researchers
The Boston Globe’s Library Staff Receives Credit for Analyzing Errors Ombudsman Christine Chinlund credits Lisa Tuite and the staff of The Boston Globe’s library for analyzing data about corrections that ran in the newspaper in 2004: “The detailed annual analysis, … Continue reading
Liz on Working the Night President Nixon Resigned Liz Donovan, now a news librarian at the Miami Herald and the founder of this blog, reports what it was like to work at the Washington Post the night President Richard Nixon … Continue reading
Crack researcher: Margot Williams is actually called that in the lede of this Washington Post story. Margot used a spreadsheet to analyse White House salaries. Way to go, Margot!
Researcher/news library news: These are both passed on to Newslib-L from UNC’s Barbara Semonche: UNC-Chapel Hill professor of Information and Library Science, Deborah Barreau’s article on her research about news librarians’ managment models appeared in the April 2004 issue of … Continue reading
Researcher credit: In the Christian Science Monitor, A Portrait of Who They Were, on military casualties, with credit to Leigh Montgomery and Alan Messmer of the library staff. It’s not unusual for newspapers to credit researchers any more, but in … Continue reading
Researcher credits: Via Margot Williams, news of two major researcher credits in the May 2 Washington Post: Bobbye Pratt got a byline on a story about the hunt for a student 50 years after Brown v Board of Education, http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A59895-2004May1.html. … Continue reading