This weekend- Breaking News: Journalism in Classic Film Blogathon

Fire up the presses and make sure you meet your deadlines. Breaking News: The Journalism in Classic Film Blogathon is here.

Journalists hosts Comet Over Hollywood and Lindsay’s Movie Musings are excited to announce that we have over 40 bloggers participating.

We look forward to reading your posts about films that feature journalists in the newspaper and broadcast field.

Even if you aren’t signed up, it is never to late to hop in with a post. On the days of the blogathon. Comment on this post and your submission will be linked alongside your name.

Here is the schedule for this weekend:

Saturday, Sept. 21

A Person in the Dark– “Picture Snatcher” (1933)

Another Old Movie Blog– “30″ (1959)

Backlots – “Meet John Doe” (1941)

Caftan Woman– “Five Star Final”

Carole & Co. – “Nothing Sacred”

Cinamalacrum– The Naked City (1948)

Comet Over Hollywood– Portrayal of Reporters in film

Critica Retro– “Ace in the Hole”

Destroy All Fanboys– Akira Kurosawa’s Scandal (1950)

Family Friendly Reviews– Citizen Kane

Famous Dames– “Sweet Smell of Success”

Girl with the White Parasol– Scandal Sheet

Girls Do Film– Sex and the Single Girl

I Started Late and Forgot the Dog– “Crime of Passion”

Jess  in a Yellow Dress– “It Happened One Night” (1934)

Kevin Carr – Roman Holiday

Lindsay’s Movie Musings– “Arise, My Love” (1940)

Movie Classics– “I Cover the Waterfront”

Movie Star Makeover– “The Great Race

Movies, Silently– “The Power of the Press” (1928)

Nitrate Diva– Love on the Run

Sunday, Sept. 22

Immortal Ephemera– Clear all the Wires (1933)

 The Skeins– Come Fill the Cup

Once upon a screen– Christmas in Connecticut

Portraits by Jenni– “Headline Shooter”

Pre-Code– Platinum Blonde (1931)

Silver Scenes – “Libeled Lady”

Silver Screenings– “The Trial of John Peter Zenger”

Sittin’ on a Backyard Fence – “30 Day Princess/Wedding Present”

Stardust– “Philadelphia Story” (1940)

Tales of the Easily Distracted– “Shattered Glass”

The Great Katharine Hepburn and the Golden Age of Hollywood–  “Woman of the Year” (1942)

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog– Mysterious Mr. Wong

 The Hollywood Revue– Journalists in pre-code films

The Joy and Agony of Movies– “All the President’s Men”

The Kitty Packard Pictorial – “Blessed Event” (1932)

The Man on the Flying Trapeze– Comparing “Front Page” and “His Girl Friday”

The Movie Rat– Doctor X (1932)

They Don’t Make ‘em Like They Used To – “Lonelyhearts”

Thrilling Days of Yesteryear– Deadline-USA

True Classics– “His Girl Friday” (1940)

Vienna’s Classic Hollywood – “Teacher’s Pet”

Widescreen World– Each Dawn I Die

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