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Title The paper / produced, directed & edited by Aaron Matthews ; a co-production of The Paper Project, LLC and the Independent Television Service.
Imprint Brooklyn, NY : First Run/Icarus Films, 2007.
Edition Standard format.

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Subject Daily collegian (University Park, Pa.)
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Pennsylvania -- University Park.
Journalism, College -- Pennsylvania -- University Park.
Newspaper publishing -- United States.
Reporters and reporting -- United States.
Alt Name Matthews, Aaron.
Paper Project, LLC.
Independent Television Service.
First Run/Icarus Films.
Description 1 videodisc (78 min.) : sound, color ; 4/3 in.
Edition Standard format.
System Details DVD-R.
Note In English.
Closed-captioned.
Credits Cinematography, Wayne De La Roche, Aaron Matthews ; original score, Tim Nackashi.
Note Originally produced as a documentary film in 2007.
Summary By chronicling for a year the publication of Penn State University's Daily Collegian--one of the nation's leading student newspapers, with a 200-person staff and a circulation rivaling that of many small-town newspaper--this documentary reveals the many challenges and issues with which young journalists must contend. These range from ethical considerations, sensitizing reporters and editors to diversity issues, and dealing with circulation woes, to struggling for access to news sources and, above all, trying to determine whether they should be informing or entertaining their readers. Explores the media from the fresh perspective of tomorrow's journalists. But the young reporters' dilemmas and decisions raise complicated questions about the role of the press in society.
Contents The Daily Collegian -- Reporters -- Ethics -- Diversity -- Circulation -- Controversy -- Class dismissed.
OCLC # 177194158