Contents 1 History and profile 2 Notable events 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History and profile[edit] The first issue of the magazine appeared in October 1977. In 1987 it was acquired by Henry Catto, a former U.S. ambassador, and his wife Jessica Hobby Catto, who was part of the family that published the Houston Post. The Cattos donated the publication to the University of Maryland, College Park in 1987. In 1992 Rem Rieder became the editor. It took the name American Journalism Review in 1993.[1] The university's Philip Merrill College of Journalism took control of the journal in 2011. Rem Rieder left in 2013, and AJR became an online-only publication within the Merrill College's curriculum. In July 2015 the college announced that it was terminating publication.[2][3]

Notable events[edit] In January 1999, the Gannett Company pulled all its advertising, a few weeks after AJR published an article that contained negative comments about several Gannett leaders.[4] In its December 2006 issue, the AJR printed an article about the Santa Barbara News-Press and its owner, Wendy P. McCaw.[5] Later that month, McCaw sued Susan Paterno, the writer of the article, accusing her of libel and product disparagement.[6] The AJR was not named as a defendant, but agreed to pay Paterno's legal bills and indemnify her against any judgment. Paterno, as a freelancer, had written for the AJR for about ten years. In August 2007, the Washington Post reported that the AJR could shut down by the end of 2007 if it could not reduce its operating deficit, then running at about $200,000 per year (with a total budget of about $800,000). Donors provide at least a third of the budget; the remainder is from advertising. Donations to the AJR in the past three years have included about $1.25 million from a group of news veterans headed by former Philadelphia Inquirer executive editor Eugene Roberts. [7] By mid-2007, the AJR had only one full-time editorial employee, editor Rem Rieder, with the design and artwork of the magazine contracted out. Most of the content of the AJR was from outside contributors (freelancers). In 2013, the Review ceased print publication and became an online-only publication.[8] The online publication ended in 2015, although the archives were to remain available online.[9]

See also[edit] Columbia Journalism Review Santa Barbara News-Press controversy

References[edit] ^ Lori Robertson, "The Life and Times of AJR", American Journalism Review, November 2002. ^ Gurman Bhatia, "American Journalism Review to cease publication",, July 31, 2015. ^ Anita Balikrishnan, "'American Journalism Review' ends online publishing", USA Today, July 31, 2015. ^ Felicity Barringer, "Gannett Withdraws Ads From Journalism Review", New York Times, March 8, 1999 ^ ^ "Publisher of California paper sues journalist over story in American Journalism Review", Associated Press, December 19, 2006 ^ Joe Strupp, "AJR Facing Major Debt -- But CJR Says It's In The Black", Editor & Publisher, August 22, 2007 ^ American Journalism Review To Become Online Only Publication ^ "American Journalism Review To Cease Online Publication", Philip Merrill College of Journalism, July 31, 2015.

External links[edit] American Journalism Review Official website Howard Kurtz, "Journal's Pains Reflect Media's Malaise", Washington Post, August 22, 2007 Matt Kettmann, "Details of McCaw's AJR Suit", Santa Barbara Independent, December 19, 2006 Retrieved from "" Categories: 1977 establishments in the United States2013 disestablishments in MarylandAmerican online magazinesAmerican bimonthly magazinesDefunct magazines of the United StatesJournalism reviewsMagazines established in 1977Magazines disestablished in 2013Online magazines with defunct print editionsMagazines about the mediaMagazines published in Maryland

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