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As the news community mourns the passing of Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of The Washington Post, Lisa Wilson, Product Manager for ProQuest Newssstand, reflects on her own encounters with the man described in his recent obituary as “the quintessential newspaper editor of his era.”
The Library of Congress is part of an extensive network of more than 1,100 libraries in the U.S. federal government. James R. Jacobs, co-founder of Free Government Information, shares his perspective on the challenges and opportunities federal…
Magazines For Libraries™ Update has been providing authoritative reviews of serials titles since January 2012. Now available online at ProQuest.com, this new format is more of a blog, with reviews being posted much more frequently and on a continuous…