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Katie Robertson / New York Times:
Brian Calle, CEO of LA Weekly owner Street Media, has acquired The Village Voice, plans to restart its website in January, and also plans quarterly print issues   —  The owner of LA Weekly, another independent publication, plans to restart The Voice next month.
Dec 22, 2020, 6:25 PM - In context

Hanna Ziady / CNN:
Profile of trailblazing UK newspaper The Voice, which was the first aimed at the country's Black and British population but whose influence is now waning   —  When clashes between residents and police erupted onto the streets of Brixton in 1981, in the heart of London's African-Caribbean community …
Oct 27, 2020, 3:30 PM - In context

Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
Alt-weeklies faced a double blow of ad revenue loss and distribution points closing this week; local magazines and news and arts sites will feel the pain too   —  COVID-19 is “a nearly perfect weapon against alternative weeklies.”  In dozens of cities, papers are asking for donations …
Mar 19, 2020, 1:40 PM - In context

David Kroman / Crosscut:
Seattle Weekly is publishing its final printed edition on February 27, switching to a web-only version from March 1, mainly featuring archival material   —  The city will now be without a true alternative weekly newspaper.  —  Sixteen months after the Seattle Weekly laid off most of its staff …
Feb 26, 2019, 7:55 AM - In context

Lauren Raab / Los Angeles Times:
One of the LA Weekly's owners, David Welch, files suit against the others, claiming mismanagement and seeks to dissolve the company   —  Nine months after a mysterious new company bought LA Weekly, one of the company's owners is suing the rest, alleging they have mismanaged the alternative weekly …
Aug 27, 2018, 3:10 PM - In context

Gustavo Arellano / Columbia Journalism Review:
The remaining staffers and new owner at LA Weekly say they've faced veiled threats and intimidation, as have the mag's partners, as a result of boycott action   —  Image via Flickr.  —  Newish LA Weekly editor Darrick Rainey and publisher Brian Calle run what is perhaps the most on-edge paper at this moment in American journalism.
Apr 17, 2018, 1:50 PM - In context

Lauren Raab / Los Angeles Times:
LA Weekly's new owners met with backlash after laying off staff and seeking unpaid contributors; former writers call for boycott as some advertisers step back   —  Since LA Weekly laid off most of its journalists last week and its new owners revealed their identities Friday, backlash has been swift and fierce.
Dec 6, 2017, 4:35 AM - In context

Lauren Raab / Los Angeles Times:
Editorial staff at LA Weekly gutted: 9 of 13 employees lost jobs on Wednesday as Voice Media Group completed sale to Semanal Media   —  LA Weekly's latest Best of L.A. issue came out in October.  Nine of the 13 members of the editorial staff lost their jobs Wednesday as Voice Media group completed its sale of the publication.
Nov 29, 2017, 9:05 PM - In context

Margaret Downing / Houston Press:
Alt-weekly Houston Press ceases print publication, continues online with single editor and freelancers   —  Print is dead.  Long live digital.  Long live the Houston Press.  In dot com form.  —  As of today and going forward, there will be no more print copies of the Houston Press.
Nov 3, 2017, 5:09 PM - In context

Lauren Raab / Los Angeles Times:
Voice Media says LA Weekly is being sold to Semanal Media, a new company formed for the deal with unknown owners   —  LA Weekly's owner, Voice Media Group, has agreed to sell the alternative weekly newspaper as it sheds print assets and focuses on its digital business, a representative for Voice Media confirmed Wednesday.
Oct 18, 2017, 10:50 PM - In context




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