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Aug 21, 2017

Today's Guest: Paul Gillin, editor, NewspaperDeathWatch.com

Paul Gillen, editor, NewspaperDeathwatch.com, Mr. Media Interviews
Paul Gillen, editor, NewspaperDeathwatch.com

I like to think of myself as one of those guys with ink in his veins. At 13, I concluded that the New Brunswick Home News, my hometown paper in New Jersey, was inadequate, so I used my own money to subscribe to the...


Aug 21, 2017

Today's Guest: Eric Rhoads, publisher, Radio Ink

B. Eric Rhoads, publisher, Radio Ink, Streamline Publishing, Mr. Media Interviews
B. Eric Rhoads, publisher, Radio Ink, Streamline Publishing

Following months of rumors, the two satellite radio companies, Sirius, and XM, last week confirmed one of the industry’s worst-kept secrets: their only hope of ever making a buck may well be combining their...


Jul 23, 2017

Today's Guest: Howard Finberg, director, NewsU, The Poynter Institute

 

Howard Finberg, NewsU, Poynter Institute, Mr. Media Interviews
Howard Finberg, NewsU, Poynter Institute

You may not know my guest today by name, but it’s safe to say that if you read an English-language newspaper anywhere in the world, Howard Finberg is having at least an indirect effect on its...


Jul 2, 2017

Today's Guest: Karen Dunlap, president, The Poynter Institute

President Obama Election 2008: A Collection of Newspaper Front Pages Selected by the Poynter Institute, Mr. Media Interviews
President Obama Election 2008: A Collection of Newspaper Front Pages Selected by the Poynter Institute. Order your copy now by clicking on the book cover above!

What a crazy, crazy world. When I invited today’s guest, Karen Dunlap, president of...


Jun 19, 2017

Today's Guest: Neil Budde, co-founder, DailyMe.com

Neil Budde, DailyMe.com, Courier-Journal, editor, Mr. Media Interviews
Neil Budde, co-founder of DailyMe.com, is now executive editor of The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

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DailyMe.com

I’m not one of those crybabies who thinks newspapers are dying. I do, however, think that the news itself is migrating to new distribution...