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Jennifer Harper

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Articles by Jennifer Harper

Online journalists 'confident' in future

Online journalists have become cautiously optimistic about their place in the gloomy news media landscape, with 81 percent reasonably sure their Web sites can turn a profit, according to a survey released Monday by the Online News Association and the Project for Excellence in Journalism. Published March 31, 2009

Newspapers seek way out of hole

Lean times dominate the media landscape as newspapers around the nation tighten their belts and trudge forward. Published March 29, 2009

Bloggers say they'll pay for news

Bloggers could be the salvation of newspapers, according to a trends analysis by J.D. Power and Associates, a research group associated with publisher McGraw-Hill. Published March 24, 2009

Pope faces media backlash

Faith often gets short shrift in the news - unless a little sex and politics are thrown in. Published March 20, 2009

Terminology muddies financial waters

Clawback, zombie company, brickor mortis, stagflation. And don't forget the inimitable "I kill you later." Insider financial terms all. Published March 19, 2009

Girl Scouts nix cookie-hawking video

Wild Freeborn — an adorable 8-year-old Girl Scout — has caused considerable hubbub with entrepreneurial spirit and a little homemade video. Published March 14, 2009

Economic news pressures press

Alarming statistics, Bernard Madoff's shamefaced perp walk, big policy, political discord, tragic vignettes - in all its complexity, the nation's economy has provided a huge challenge to the press. Published March 13, 2009

Gulf War pilot reclassified MIA

In the first hours of the Gulf War, he flew his F-18 into the night skies from the deck of the USS Saratoga, never to return, and never to be found. His airplane was struck by an Iraqi surface-to-air missile. Published March 11, 2009

Gulf War pilot's status returns to MIA

Over the years, Capt. Michael Scott Speicher's status was listed as killed in action, body not recovered; missing in action and missing/captured. Now it has changed for a fourth time. Published March 10, 2009