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David Uberti / Splinter:
Slate management calls for second union vote, with paper ballots and run by the NLRB; organizers agree on vote but want it run by a private third party   —  Slate has been a solidly liberal voice online for the past two decades.  So when its staff decided to form a union earlier this year, they didn't expect a drawn-out labor fight.
Aug 4, 2017, 3:35 PM - In context

Eli Rosenberg / New York Times:
Journalists at Gothamist and DNAinfo agree to unionize with Writers Guild of America East   —  Reporters and editors at the New York news organizations DNAinfo and Gothamist have agreed to unionize after combining their operations last month.  —  An “overwhelming” majority of the 26 members …
Apr 12, 2017, 1:58 PM - In context

Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
Jimmy Breslin's death highlights the loss of authoritative, local voices that speak for the average person   —  The reason I fell in love with newspapers — the printed kind — was because of the great columnists of the New York City tabloids, whose bylines hit the sidewalks like anvils …
Mar 20, 2017, 4:05 AM - In context

Brendan O'Connor / Jezebel:
Gothamist deleted critical stories about its new owner, Joe Ricketts, from its sites; co-founder Jake Dobkin says the decision did not come from Ricketts   —  DNAinfo, the local-news organization owned by right-wing billionaire Joe Ricketts, announced today that it has purchased Gothamist LLC …
Mar 8, 2017, 1:55 PM - In context

Joe Pompeo / Politico:
DNAinfo, owned by Republican mega-donor and Trump backer Joe Ricketts, has acquired the Gothamist network of sites; deal believed to be in low seven figures   —  DNAinfo, a local news company owned by the Republican mega-donor and Trump backer Joe Ricketts, will announce Wednesday morning …
Mar 8, 2017, 9:41 AM - In context

Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
ComScore study: display ads on sites of premium publishers like Hearst, Gannett, and ESPN are more effective than those on non-premium sites   —  What's the difference between The New York Times, and, say, DNAInfo New York?  Maybe about $20.  —  The Times, along with outlets like ESPN …
Jul 15, 2016, 9:50 AM - In context

Peter Kafka / Recode:
Local news startup Ripple apologizes for taking other people's news   —  Information doesn't want to be that free.  —  Yesterday we told you about Ripple, the startup that wants to deliver local news but doesn't create the news itself.  —  Today several publications that are in the business …
May 11, 2016, 7:10 PM - In context

Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:
A review of Chicago's news startups, including The Athletic, launched by ex-ESPN Chicago writer Jon Greenberg   —  New media startups rise from ashes of old media  —  Digital innovation may be sapping traditional media of subscribers and ad dollars, but in Chicago that means a market giving birth …
Apr 5, 2016, 1:35 PM - In context

Jackie Spinner / Columbia Journalism Review:
Gapers Block, a 12-year-old Chicago local news and culture blog, on hiatus from Jan. 1, faced hurdles competing with Facebook, Twitter, and adapting to mobile   —  One of Chicago's original bloggers discusses why he's signing off  —  AP file photo of the Chicago skyline at night.
Dec 22, 2015, 6:05 PM - In context

Jackie Spinner / Columbia Journalism Review:
Guardian's reporting on CIA-style “black site” for detentions by Chicago police gets scant follow-up from local media   —  The Guardian's Homan Square story was huge on the internet—but not in Chicago media  —  CHICAGO, IL — On Election Day just over a week ago …
Mar 7, 2015, 10:35 PM - In context




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