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Monday, March 5, 2012

Times 'does it right,' according to Editor & Publisher

Posted By on Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 4:22 PM

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A little horn tooting: Editor & Publisher, the country's oldest journal covering the newspaper business, includes the Arkansas Times in a feature called "Newspapers That Do It Right" in its March edition. E&P cited 21 newspapers — a top 10 and 11 honorable mentions — that "demonstrate flexibility, creativity, sound judgement, and a commitment to high-quality journalism in some unique manner." The Times is one of 11 papers, including USA Today, that received an honorable mention. Our coverage of the West Memphis 3 case is noted.

Many of those featured are doing interesting things online. Strangely, none of this content appears on E&P's website.

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