If front pages at Newseum are any indication, Osama bin Laden's death is still big news around the U.S. and the world.
When news broke that Osama Bin Laden had been killed by U.S. forces, most papers were on deadline. Some front pages already had been finished, prompting a quick fix to get in the news. Below are sampling of GateHouse papers that show various levels of front-page coverage. I'll start with front pages that use a comparatively low volume for the Bin Laden news. So as we go through the pages, note how the presentation changes to add impact to the story. ok, let's get started.
Royal wedding coverage on Friday's front page? These papers had it. Here's how they got it.
If you read my blog post yesterday about the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Pulitzer win, you're familiar with the name Lou Saldivar. He's the graphics editor at the paper who was on the reporting team that won the prize for explanatory reporting.