Press in the Flesh. Journalists in the magazine and newspaper industries
hold increasingly different views on what they consider "normal practice" when
dealing with an unknown source, according to the latest Middleberg/Ross Print
Media in Cyberspace Study. Despite advances in technology, 45% of newspaper
reporters prefer face-to-face contact, compared to only 31% last year. But only
16% of magazine writers now find it necessary to meet in person, while 31% felt
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