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OJ SIMPSON TRIAL MEDIA/JOURNALISM/COMMUNICATION ARTICLES
Last Updated 07/11/06


  1. Baumbach, Jonathan. (1996, March-April). "Juice, A Film by Oliver Stone: A Speculative Fiction Based on New Information Uncovered By The Filmmaker." Film Comment, 32(2), 7-.

  2. Berniker, Mark. (1995, October 9). "CNN Web Site Flooded With O.J. Interest." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(41), 71.

  3. Boulard, Garry. (1994, July 30). "Law Journals and the O.J. Case." Editor & Publisher, 127(31), p. 10, 29.

  4. Brady, James. (1995, October 16). "The Selling of O.J." Advertising Age, 66(42), 16-.

  5. Brown, Rich. (1995, October 9). "The Juice Powers Some Players: Half Dozen Have Secured own Talk Shows as Result of Participating in Trial or Coverage." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(41), 10.

  6. Brown, Rich. (1995, October 9). "The Juice Powers Some Players: Half Dozen Have Secured own Talk Shows as Result of Participating in Trial or Coverage." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(41), 10.

  7. Burgi, Michael. (1995, February 27). "Women, Young Love O.J." Mediaweek, 5(9), 6-8.

  8. Burgi, Michael. (1995, October 30). "Living on a No-Juice Diet." Mediaweek, 5(41), 12-14.

  9. Burgi, Michael, & Dupree, Scotty. (1995, October 2). "O.J. Trial Boosts Cable Ratings." Mediaweek, 5(37), 5.

  10. Case, Tony. (1995, March 25). "Staged Journalism." Editor & Publisher, 128(12), 11-.

  11. Conn, Earl L. (1995, November 11). "Journalism 101 and the O.J. Trial." Editor & Publisher, 128(45), 64.

  12. Connelly, Ross. (1994, September 3). "Domestic Violence and the Press." Editor & Publisher, 127(36), 48.

  13. Crain, Rance. (1995, October 9). "O.J. Defense Kept It Simple, & Jury Listened." Advertising Age, 66(41), 13-.

  14. Crain, Rance. (1996, February 19). "Ad Rights Extend to All -- Even O.J." Advertising Age, 67(8), 15.

  15. Eaton, William J. (1995). "Just Like O.J.'s Trial, But Without Kato." American Journalism Review, 17(10), 12-.

  16. Fitzpatrick, Eileen. (1995, November 18). "O.J. Simpson Sued Over His Exercise Video." Billboard, 107(46), 12-.

  17. Fitzpatrick, Kathy, & Kendrick, Alice. (1995). "Public Perception of Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Story One Week After 'The Chase'." Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 11(1), 81.

  18. Freeman, Michael. (1995, July 10). "Top-Level Turmoil At Tabs." Mediaweek, 5(27), 9.

  19. Freeman, Michael. (1995, September 25). "O.J. Makes It To Super Bowl." Mediaweek, 5(36), 6.

  20. Gerbner, George. (Fall, 1995). "Cameras on Trial: The 'O.J. Show' Turns the Tide." Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39(4), 562-568.

  21. Giobbe, Dorothy. (1995, October 7). "Supermarket Tab Runs Gory Murder Scene Photos." Editor & Publisher, 128(40), pp. 10, 33.

  22. Goldfarb, Ronald. (1995). "The Wrong Villain: The O.J. Simpson Media Circus Pitched Its Tent Far Beyond the Range of the Cameras in the Courtroom." American Journalism Review, 17(10), 17-.

  23. Guy, Edmund. (1996, July-August). "O.J. Refuse: Unpublished Illustrations of the O.J. Simpson Case." Print, 50(4), 76-.

  24. Halevy, Drew Phillip. (1995). "The O.J. Simpson Interview Videotape." Film & History, 25(1), 65-.

  25. Hearn, Lorie. (1995, Summer). "End Note: The O.J. Simpson Trial as a Reflection of the State of Journalism." Nieman Reports, 49(2), 96-.

  26. Jensen, Jeff. (1994, July 4). "The Price of Justice." Advertising Age, 65(28), 37.

  27. Jensen, Jeff. (1994, October 3). "Simpson Again Cover Editors' MVP." Advertising Age, 65(42), 25.

  28. Johnson, Julie A. (1996, January 1). "O.J. Scores Again on '95 Covers." Advertising Age, 67(1), 6.

  29. Kaplan, Joel. (1994, November 19). "In Praise of the Media's O.J. Simpson Case Coverage." Editor & Publisher, 127(47), 56.

  30. Katz, Michael. (1997). "Battle of the Network Stories." Broadcasting & Cable, 127(6), 18.

  31. Kelly, Tim. (1994, August). "Too Much Reporting? Our Readers Say No." Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE), 760, 11-.

  32. Kobre, Ken. (1994). "Not a 'Time' for Illustration. News Photographer, 49(10), S13.

  33. Langley, Bill. (1995, May). "More Than You Could Ever Hope to Know: Observations From the Front About Life Around Camp OJ." News Photographer, 50(5), 34-.

  34. Littleton, Cynthia. (1995, October 9). "Verdict Propels Tabloid Ratings: Shows Scramble to Get Jury Members." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(41), 7.

  35. McClellan, Steve. (1995, June 26). "O.J. Continues Syndication Drain." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(26), 20-22.

  36. McClellan, Steve. (1995, October 9). "All Eyes on O.J.: Verdict in Murder Trial Estimated to Have Been Seen By More Than 150 Million" Broadcasting & Cable, 125(41), 6-7.

  37. McClellan, Steve. (1995, October 16). "O.J. On His Own Terms." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(42), 8.

  38. McConville, Jim. (1995, October 2). "Cable Programs for Post-O.J." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(40), 46.

  39. McConville, Jim. (1996, January 29). "O.J. Simpson Interview Scores Big for BET." Broadcasting & Cable, 126(5), 7-.

  40. McNulty, Henry. (1994, August). "Anonymous Sources Again Proved to Be Unreliable: Media Coverage of O.J. Simpson Case." Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE), 760, 10-.

  41. Mandese, Joe. (1994, September 26). "O.J. Trial Could Cost Nets $13M in Ads Daily." Advertising Age, 65(40), pp. 1, 8.

  42. Mandese, Joe. (1995, January 30). "O.J. Trial Scores for Court TV, CNN." Advertising Age, 66(5), 33.

  43. Mandese, Joe. (1995, February 13). "CNN is Riding High With Simpson Trial." Advertising Age, 66(7), 2.

  44. Mandese, Joe, & Jensen, Jeff. (1995, October 9). "'Trial of the Century,' Break of a Lifetime." Advertising Age, 66(41), pp. 2, 41.

  45. Mandese, Joe, & Johnson, Bradley. (1995, February 6). "Sony, IBM Step Up to the Bar in O.J. Trial." Advertising Age, 66(6), 44.

  46. Mandese, Joe, & Tyrer, Thomas. (1995, October 16). "Simpson Shakes New TV Season." Advertising Age, 66(42), 48.

  47. Nesson, Charles. (1995, Fall). "Criminal Trial Reform: Simpson Case Foreshadows Changes in Court Procedures." Nieman Reports, 49(3), 25-.

  48. O'Brien, Maureen. (1995, October 9). "A Genre Unto Itself: An O.J. Bibliography." Publishers Weekly, 242(41), 11-.

  49. Paterno, Susan. (1994, July 23). "Covering Sports Heroes: Sports Editors Discuss Why the 1989 Wife Abuse Arrest of O.J. Simpson Was Not Taken Seriously By the Media." Editor & Publisher, 127(30), 11-.

  50. Paustian, Chuck. (1995, November). "Simpson's Corporate Spokesman Days Dead." Advertising Age's Business Marketing, 80(11), 4.

  51. Petrozzello, Donna. (1995, May 1). "O.J. Doubles Ratings for News/Talk Stations." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(18), 33.

  52. Quint, Barbara. (1995). "Infotainment." Information Today, 12(4), 7-9.

  53. Reaves, Shiela. (1995, July). "The Unintended Effects of New Technology (And Why We Can't Expect More)." News Photographer, 50(7), whole issue.

  54. Regan, Trace. (1994). "Ethics and the Simpson Coverage: Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Murder Case." St. Louis Journalism Review, 23(169), 2-.

  55. Rein, Russell. (1994, August). "We 'Adjusted' Our Ethics On This One: O.J. Simpson Case Made Newspapers and Public Compromise Their Values." Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE), 760, 12-.

  56. Ryan, B. (1997). "In the Public Eye: Sojourner Truth and the 'O. J. Trial'." Michigan Quarterly Review, 36(4), pp. 655-.

  57. Sableman, Mark. (1994). "Simpson's Fair Trial Right: Impartial, Not Ignorant, Jurors." St. Louis Journalism Review, 23(168), 7-.

  58. Sacharow, Anya. (1995, October 16). "'Enquirer' Gains Respect." Mediaweek, 5(39), 6-.

  59. Salwen, M. B., & Driscoll, P. D. (1997). "Consequences of Third-Person Perception in Support of Press Restrictions in the O.J. Simpson Trial." Journal of Communication, 47(2), pp. 60-78.

  60. Scheffer, Art. (1995, October 20). "More Than Victory in Trial of the Century." Marketing Week, 18(31), 26.

  61. Schmuckler, Eric. (1995, November 20). "Clearer Skies for Daytime: Big 3's Soaps Are Winning Back Some Viewers Lost During O.J. Trial." Mediaweek, 5(44), 9-.

  62. Schuetz, Janice. (1995). "Continuing the Dialogue: Legal and Research Evidence and the O.J. Simpson Trial." Western Journal of Communication, 59, 347-354.

  63. Shapiro, Robert L. (1994). "Secrets of a Celebrity Lawyer: How O.J.'s Chief Strategist Works the Press." Columbia Journalism Review, 33(3), 25-.

  64. Sharkey, Jacqueline. (1994). "Judgement Calls: Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Trial."" American Journalism Review, 16(7), 18-.

  65. Sharkey, Jacqueline. (1994). "The Best Defense: Jeffrey Toobin's Article in the New Yorker About the O.J. Simpson Case." American Journalism Review, 16(7), 27.

  66. Shepard, Alicia S. (1994). "Anonymous Sources." American Journalism Review, 16(10), 18-.

  67. Shipp, E.R. (1994). "OJ and the Black Media: Neither a Typical Hero Nor a Typical Victim, He Challenges Typical Coverage." Columbia Journalism Review, 33(4), 39-.

  68. Stein, M.L. (1995, February 4). "Supermarket Tabloids Set O.J. Case Pace." Editor & Publisher, 128(5), 10-11.

  69. Stein, M. L. (1996, May 2). "Bashing the Media." Editor & Publisher, 129(9), 10-11.

  70. Stein, M. L. (1996, October 5). "Deja vu? Not Exactly: Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial." Editor & Publisher, 129(40), 10-.

  71. Tobenkin, David. (1995, February 13). "O.J. Coverage Has Ripple Effect in Local Markets." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(7), 18.

  72. Tobenkin, David. (1995, February 13). "WB Feeds O.J. to Affiliates." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(7), 24.

  73. Tobenkin, David. (1995, April 3). "News Mags Still Pursuing O.J." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(14), 34.

  74. Walley, Wayne. (1995, June 12). "Fresh Fare Can't Top O.J." Advertising Age, 66(24), S-10.

  75. Wolper, Allan. (1995, December 9). "Campus Paper Takes Heat for Lack of O.J. Trial Coverage." Editor & Publisher, 128(49), 14-16.

  76. Wolper, Allan. (1996, January 20). "Photographing O.J." Editor & Publisher, 129(3), 13-15.

  77. Woo, William F. (1994, August). "It Shows What Pulitizer Knew: Adverse Effects of Excessive Media Coverage of O.J. Simpson Case." Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE), 760, 8-.

  78. Yarnall, Louise. (1994). "Secrets of a Courthouse Reporter." Columbia Journalism Review, 33(3), 30.

  79. ----. (1994, July 4). "How Hertz Hurts." Advertising Age, 65(28), 13.

  80. ----. (1994, July 30). "More Than 75% of the Public Following the O.J. Coverage." Editor & Publisher, 127(31)Section 1, pp. 17, 29.

  81. ----. (1995, October 5). "OJ Verdict Boosts Sky News, CNN and ppv." New Media Markets, 13(35), 13.

  82. ----. (1995, Oct. 9). "TV's biggest moment: The Simpson verdict." Broadcasting, Volume 125, Number 41, pp. 6-. ABSTRACT: In "one of television's defining moments," a record 150 million people watched O.J. Simpson found "not guilty."

  83. ----. (1995, Oct. 9). "O.J. Overwhelms Net." Broadcasting, Volume 125, Number 41, p. 71-. ABSTRACT: CNN's O.J. Simpson home page had nearly 1 million visitors after the "not guilty" verdict. Some 250,000 visitors had to be redirected to CNN's new partner, Time, and its Pathfinder site.

  84. ----. (1996). Photographing O.J. - A photographer who shot widely used photos of O.J.'s Bronco chase finally gets credit. Editor & publisher, 129(3), p. 13.

  85. ----. (1996). O.J. Says Media Victimized Him. Editor & publisher, 129(25), p. 40.

  86. ----. (1996). Gag Order In O.J. Civil Case - Restrictions on parties involved in the suit are a departure from the criminal trial. Editor & publisher, 129(34), p. 12.

  87. ----. (1996, September 1). "Judge Orders Gag in Civil OJ Trial." News Photographer, 51(9), pp. 31-.

  88. ----. (1997, February 10). "O.J. or the President?" Broadcasting, 127(6), pp. 18-.

  89. ----. (1997, March 1). "OJ Assaults Television Photographer." News Photographer, 52(3), pp. 23-.

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