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Orange Journalism: Voices from Florida Newspapers


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September 2003

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Newspapers in Florida are generally regarded as among the best in the country. Despite its image as a modern sun-and-fun frontier state filled with eccentrics, corrupt politicians, and feuding immigrant communities, Florida has become an economic, political, and social juggernaut that continues to have a significant impact on America. Orange Journalism presents 18 writers, editors, and publishers who have nurtured and influenced the high quality of print journalism in Florida during the last half-century. Focusing on both the daily and the weekly press, this oral history includes candid interviews with such visionaries as Al Neuharth, who founded USA Today, and such prominent writers as Carl Hiaasen and Rick Bragg. The book features conversations with sportswriters, investigative journalists, editorial cartoonists, Pulitzer prize-winning writers, and the publishers of an African American and a Spanish-language paper. It also includes interviews with publishers of large state newspapers (David Lawrence of the Miami Herald); medium-sized papers (Diane McFarlin of the Sarasota Herald Tribune); and smaller weeklies (the colorful Tommy Green of the Madison County Carrier). It covers the state geographically, with journalists from all major newspaper chains in Florida as well as a rapidly dwindling group of independent newspapers, primarily the St. Petersburg Times. For students of the Fourth Estate, these lively interviews offer insights about the status of women in a traditionally male profession; the impact of new technology on newspapers; and management differences between large national conglomerates and state newspapers. The book also explores ownership issues between corporateconglomerates and family-owned and independent papers. For general readers, the comments on topics like race, class, drugs, and tourism and observation on specific issues such as civil rights in Miami and the growth of the space industry and Disney World illuminate the important ro
EAN: 9780813026534
ISBN: 0813026539
Untertitel: 'Florida History and Culture (H'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV PR OF FLORIDA
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2003
Seitenanzahl: 345 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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