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  • The Baltimore Guide Has a New Owner

    The only sign that ownership of the Baltimore Guide recently changed is subtle: On its web site, the name of its publisher changed from long-time owner Richard Sandza to recent buyer Darwin Oordt. "It happened a couple of weeks ago," editor Jacqueline...
  • Stressed Clout

    The Wall Street Journal (pay site) posted a story on its web site last Friday, May 8, after the markets closed. The headline was "Banks Won Concessions on Tests," with the subhed, "Fed Cut Billions Off Some Initial Capital-Shortfall Estimates; Tempers...
  • Is this a good story?

    Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy and mass layoffs at the Baltimore Sun have obscured another troubling incident at the media giant: a market-test of stories that have not yet been published. Editor & Publisher carried an item about this on April 30, the day...
  • Kerry Says Newspapers "Endangered"

    Huffington Post has this dispatch on Sen. John Kerry (D-Ma.)'s Senate hearing on the future of newspapers, scheduled for 2:30 p.m. today. Our own Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) suggests that newspapers go non-profit, like NPR. But, he says, that's only for...
  • Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild Scrambling to Make Plans in Wake of Massive Sun Layoffs

    On Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m., the dust is still not settled in The Baltimore Sun newsroom. The day after the Tribune company laid off nearly one third of the paper's editorial staff--including upper-level editors, photographers, designers, and copy...
  • The Sting

    The Wall Street Journal has a neat little story (subscription required) that illustrates the state of play in the investment banking business. There is an element of David vs. Goliath, but the more significant message seems to be that things have not...
  • Geppi's Money Woes Make News

    Steve Geppi, back when money wasn't such an issue. On June 1, the Maine coast on-line news site Village Soup, which publishes the Camden Herald Gazette, reported that Steven Geppi and a partner were sued in federal court over $600,000 in bad debt owed...
  • "The End of Local News?" It's Anybody's Guess, Really

    "End of Local News?" symposium panelists (from left) Jayne Miller, Tim Franklin, Jake Oliver, Kevin Klose, Monty Cook, and Mark Potts, as seen in a photograph taken by a professional journalist who is not a professional photographer. | Image by Lee...
  • More Pay on Wall Street

    The Wall Street Journal crunched some numbers and declared that, even though 10 percent of U.S. citizens are out of work while most of the rest are taking pay cuts, the Gilliganesque bunglers in the financial sector are again partying like its 1999,...
  • Tribune paper in Connecticut sued for plagiarism

    The Hartford Courant, a Tribune-owned newspaper covering the capital city and suburbs of Connecticut, is being sued by a smaller paper over a discontinued policy of news "aggregation." The Journal Inquirer of Manchester, Conn., filed the suit in state...
  • Scam, Apologize, Rinse, Repeat

    Front of the Wall Street Journal's website on Sunday was this lament/apologia from Jason Zweig, who writes the Journal's Saturday money and investing column, the Intelligent Investor, with a long-view, seen-it-all tone. So this is the first sign I've...
  • Journalism Study Focuses on Baltimore

    It looks like more bad press for—and in—Baltimore. The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism released a study today on the news "ecosystem" of our fair city. It focuses on how the news is reported and who reports it, how...