The Mankato Free Press plan features a slight twist.
Replacement of the copper domes could cost $15 million — and affect plans for a downtown Vikings stadium.
The Pioneer Press Newspaper Guild approved a no-layoff extension through March 31.
Spending as much time reading online as I do, I get persnickity about what designers call the “user experience.”
Michele Tafoya will step down as WCCO-AM’s afternoon host; John Williams will get the 3-6 p.m.
Fourteen years ago, I did an interview with Bill Buzenberg when he took over Minnesota Public Radio’s news operation. The subject of the 9-11 a.m.
On Saturday night, several media outlets prematurely reported Penn State football coach Joe Paterno had died. It started with an online campus paper, spread to CBSSports.com, then the Huffington Post.
Would you accept an ad from a religious sect touting a divine revelation given to a convicted sex abuser of two girls under 16?
Because radio is such an intimate medium, and audiences have been intimate with Eichten for so long, he is the epitome of objectivity — the “no rant, no slant” MPR famously advertises.
Fans of Jack Rice, the “journalist, lawyer, former CIA officer” and ex-WCCO radio host, should mark their calendars for Feb. 5, when his new 7-9 a.m. Sunday show debuts on AM950.
Dave Pyle, who leads the Associated Press’s Minnesota/Wisconsin bureau, will leave his position Jan.
If 24-year-old Mnar A. Muhawesh’s dreams come to fruition, a low-rise Plymouth bank building could become the headquarters of an international media success story.
“The event was so done-up, you couldn’t take a bad picture,” says the overly modest Garvin. “Everything looks better from the air.”
The City of Minneapolis’s response to Gov. Dayton’s Vikings stadium deadline is out. Succinctly, the city pledges to contribute $6.5 million per year beginning in 2016, plus a 3 percent increase per annum, through 2045.
Forum Communications owns more Minnesota newspapers than anyone else*, so the chain’s freshly-announced Upper Midwest news service could be big news for statewide readers … especially those in Duluth, Bemidji, East Grand Forks, Moorhead, Willmar and
At City Pages, reporter Erin Carlyle covered North Minneapolis Hells Angels. Now, she covers Carlos Slim Helu.
Caryle, who quit her CP gig last year, landed on what she calls the “billionaire beat” for Forbes.
First the Star Tribune, now the St. Cloud Times will wall off some online content to non-subscribers. Details are sketchy, but News&Tech reports the Times is one of six Gannett Co. newspapers that will debut a pay wall in 2012.
Citing finances, Clear Channel-owned NewsTalk 1130 last week cancelled one of the area’s longest-running radio shows, Ron Rosenbaum’s “Holding Court.”
Normally, axing a Saturday afternoon radio show wouldn’t rate a mention, but Rosenbaum’s a pretty
Quick update on St. Paul Pioneer Press political reporter Bill Salisbury, who suffered a serious heart attack December 9.
It’s radio inside baseball, but former KDWB/KTLK operations director Rob Morris will take over JACK-FM and the new Buz’N 102.9 country station, CBS Minnesota announced Monday.
Morris was considered integral to KDWB’s rise to the top of the Twin Cit