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JFK50: An inside look at the DMN’s special section

The Dallas Morning News highlights a year’s worth of coverage for the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination with a 12-page special section. Here’s an inside look at the section by designer Marilyn Bishkin and artist Michael Hogue.

JFK50: Dallas paper finds success by reprinting its past

Rob Schneider, presentation director at The Dallas Morning News, shares how the paper reprinted its Nov. 23, 1963 cover of the Kennedy assassination and made nearly half-a-million dollars.

Behind the Dallas Morning News’ eight day series, The Girl in the Closet

Sunday marked the eighth and concluding day of the Dallas Morning News’ huge investigative piece into the life of Lauren and her biological and adoptive families. The story had a huge online presence, so we asked Alma Lozoya, assistant news editor and Sunday front page designer, to give us a look at how it ran in print.

Sunday editions: Policing a photo shoot, rapid transit, and a new workflow in Cleveland

Each week, newspapers put their best foot (and stories) forward in their Sunday editions. This week, the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and Cleveland Plain Dealer share their most recent projects.