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  The Disappearing Newsroom  Wallace Stroby on Copy Boys, Night Shifts, and the End of an Era In the documentary The Typewriter, The Rifle, & the Movie Camera, writer/director Sam Fuller recalls the first time he ever walked into a newsroom. It was 1924, he was 12, and the newspaper was the now-long-defunct New York Evening Journal on Manhattan’s famed Park Row. “The noise was loud,” Fuller remembers. “Generally telephones ringing and, of course, typewriters clacking. And every once in a while I’d hear ‘Copy! Copy boy! Copy!’ I’d look around, and I’dRead More