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  • The definition of news hole has evolved over time. Initially the term referred to that part of a newspaper or magazine that is available for news stories, after subtracting the space taken up by ...

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    • Consumers and Audiences
    • Criticism and Education
    • Ethnic and Minority Journalism
    • History and Culture of Journalism
    • Industry and Economics
    • Issues and Controversies
    • Journalists
    • Law and Policy
    • Magazine Types
    • Motion Pictures
    • Networks
    • News Agencies and Services
    • News Categories
    • News Media: U.S.
    • News Media: World
    • Newspaper Types
    • Online Journalism
    • Organizations
    • Political Communications
    • Processes and Routines of Journalism
    • Radio
    • Technology
    • Television
    • Key Documents: Front Matter
    • Key Documents: Section I. Journalism, Media, and the Law
    • Key Documents: Section II. Codes of Ethics/Newsroom Policies and Standards
    • Key Documents: Section III. Journalism Education: Preparation for Change
    • Key Documents: Section IV. Data on the Status and Practice of Journalism
    • Appendix A: Journalism Awards and Prizes
    • Appendix B: Journalism Freedom: 1980–2008 (Country Ratings from Freedom House)
    • Appendix C: Journalism: A Guide to Recent Literature
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