Politics of competition. (Federal News)

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Author: Michael Duck
Date: Mar. 2003
From: American Journalism Review(Vol. 25, Issue 2)
Publisher: University of Maryland
Document Type: Article
Length: 419 words

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Washington politics can be intense and fickle. W So too, the capital's newsstands.

Big changes are underway in the world of publications that cover federal happenings. Readers of Roll Call and The Hill will find that their Congress-oriented papers are not only publishing more often, but establishing more individual personalities. And readers who sought tidbits on the executive branch in the Federal Paper will find only disappointment, as the startup folded in January after just four months.

Late last year both Roll Call and The Hill announced they would expand to three issues a week, upping the ante in their eight-and-a-half-year rivalry And while...

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