Press Publications, which owns 18 newspapers in Minnesota and Wisconsin, is now charging $25 to publish letters that endorse or oppose a candidate or ballot measure — a policy that has become increasingly common.
KMOJ connects in a way that only community radio can, providing as it does a listening experience wherein the deejays speak directly to you, the listener, complete with the freedom to voice their opinions about life and the news of the day.
Both chains have a limited presence in the state.
Schneider comes to MinnPost after working as a reporting fellow for the nonprofit Texas Tribune.
The Reader’s staff was collectively fired in mid-March 1997 because an out-of-town owner had recently acquired our direct competitor, City Pages. The same outfit bought the Reader just to shut it down.
Rosen brought no schtick, no gimmicks, no catch-phrases to his work for WCCO. He always came across as a decent guy with a passion for Minnesota sports, which is exactly what he’s always been.
This is the first year that political advertising can be quantified across radio, broadcast and cable television without visiting individual stations.
When limited screen time is coupled with a good night’s sleep — at least nine hours a night — children tend to score even better on cognitive tests, the study also found.
Violent acts against the media are as old as our nation. Perhaps Americans are just not accustomed to seeing the violence because most of them grew up in the second half of the 20th century.
Starting around 2008, the fair media team realized that they were sitting on some valuable information. Hence the birth of the annual new food rollout.
Over the years, former Gawker Editor-in-Chief Alex Pareene has called Donald Trump a “fictional television clown tycoon,” “a living freak show,” and “a weird attention-hungry idiot.”
Plus: more on the NFL’s bad year; and The New York Times’ 2020 Report.
If you think “kids these days” have checked out of interest in the world around them, you couldn’t be more wrong.
Miller is part of a 14-week slate of public radio programming, a lineup that also includes longtime Wisconsin conservative radio host Charlie Sykes.
Missing from the discussion among the nation’s acknowledged journalistic leaders is any prescription of how to better cover Trump.
My take on the highs and lows of Minnesota print, TV and radio journalism.
Let’s begin with the bad news first — and condense the blotter of offenses to a representative few.
The EOAA report painted a picture starkly at odds with what little the public knew at that moment, a public that had an appetite for a lot more clarity on what had actually happened.
Will anything work for those who, frankly, don’t care if what they read and share is true as long as it is weaponized enough to damage the opposition?
Authored by Thomas E. Patterson for Harvard’s Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics and Public Policy, the summation reads like an indictment for mass negligence of American journalism.