The Press: Stronger Voice for Reporters

Griping by reporters is as endemic to the newspaper business as deadlines. Whenever newsmen get together, chances are they will complain about being underpaid or overedited, or both. Lately, some reporters in the U.S. have been showing signs of more organized dissatisfaction about other issues. They are following a European trend (TIME, Jan. 19) and seeking a bigger voice in how their papers are run. Items:

> Under a new Newspaper Guild contract at the Denver Post, three reporters will meet monthly in committee with three members of management to discuss questions of publishing ethics. (One grievance the reporters plan to raise...

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