The cold that I’d spent the better part of the week trying to stay ahead of finally caught up with me this weekend. And, by the time I was making my way into the AM 1700 studio, I was a coughing, sneezing, dripping mess. But, I somehow made it through the show… It had occurred […]
Tag Archives: the sad state of journalism
So far, my tenure on AM 1700 has gone well… To my knowledge, there have been no charges of slander. There have been no complaints filed with the FCC. No one has attempted to fire-bomb the studio in protest. No one has suggested a boycott of our advertisers. Not a single guest has passed out […]
I’d like to preface my comments by saying that I like the Ann Arbor News. I may, on occasion, disagree with their corporate
Clicks over Quality…. Will the Ann Arbor News follow The Oregonian, demanding that all reporters post three stories a day?
Advance Publications, the owners of the Ann Arbor News, made the national news a few days ago when New York Times columnist David Carr announced that, in an attempt to drive increased web traffic to the website of their Portland paper, The Oregonian, they were requiring all of their reporters to post three stories per […]
I have very little to add in the way of comment, but I wanted to let all of you know that Bill Moyers just interviewed John Nichols and Robert McChesney, the authors of the new book Dollarocracy: How the Money and Media Election Complex is Destroying America, and it’s incredibly fascinating stuff… And, by “incredibly […]