Eric, who announces his retirement today, had a loyal following at MinnPost. His pieces were among the most commented-upon, and the comments (for the most part) added further insight about the world we live in and the divisiveness of our politics.
Rest in peace, Uncle Al.
MinnPost, which began with a handful of editors relying on free-lance reporters, now has seven staff writers and a dozen regular writers on contracts.
Eight and a half years after founding MinnPost, Joel and Laurie Kramer announce that they will be transitioning out of management later this year.
For the second year in a row we were named by the Online News Association as one of the top sites in the nation for enterprises with fewer than 50 staff members.
On eleven different days in April, readers clicked on MinnPost pages more than 50,000 times. This happened on only 10 days in all of 2014.
In 2014, MinnPost began positioning itself for the future, hiring two new top leaders and embarking on a major, multi-year initiative to increase membership.
Kaeti Hinck has accepted a new position, director of design for the Investigative News Network.
We’re proud to announce that Andrew Putz will be MinnPost’s executive editor, starting June 30.
The Lynx get much less coverage than those other pro teams, but they do attract substantial crowds and have rabid followers. Why not try providing smart coverage of them?
The executive editor will direct MinnPost’s news coverage, reporting to the CEO/Editor.
He has led MinnPost’s news coverage since its inception and will be switching to a more limited role.
If officials had adhered to one specific statement in the ordinance, they could have eliminated 32 candidates at once and announced a winner within an hour.
The $100,000 grant, to be split by the two nonprofit news organizations, will fund coverage of political reform in Minnesota.
WASHINGTON — A Council on Foundations working group urges changing guidelines for granting tax-exempt status to nonprofit media organizations.
Beginning Monday, MinnPost is making available a more prominent position as sponsor of the whole site.
MinnPost will be publishing articles from Twin Cities Business and Thirty Two as part of a content partnership.