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Gannett: It's worse than I thought

Yesterday I brought you cheery news of the Cincinnati Enquirer seeking an investigative reporter willing to tailor content to the 25-45 demographic (no more nursing home exposes), inject themselves into their stories, and work with an “advertising partner to grow and monetize” the audience. 647 more words

The Media

Oh Gannett, don't take your love to town

Ah, the newsroom of the future, now in the process of assimilating Gannett newsrooms nationwide. Here’s another sign of the Borg Empire on the march, in the form of a job posting from the Cincinnati Enquirer, a Gannett property.  256 more words

The Media

Light Up the Square

Cincinnati officially welcomed the holiday season this weekend at Macy’s Light Up the Square event. The Naked Karate Girls played for a crowd of thousands, including hundreds of ice skaters on the U.S. Bank Ice Rink.


My Cincinnati Enquirer oped: Feed ‘silent guest’ this holiday

This Thanksgiving put an extra chair at your table, and make room for a “silent guest.” That guest can be one of the world’s 805 million hungry people. 8 more words

Global Hunger

Lachey's Bar opens mid-December

Kind of not news since we already knew December but  a nice article from the Cincinnati Enquirer:

Exclusive: Lachey’s Bar opening in December

Drew Lachey

The Tipping Point for Newspapers

Last week Borrell Associates made their media predictions for 2024. That sounds like a long way off, but it’s just 10 years away.  A few predictions were startling, because media is quickly transforming from an industry built on delivery platforms to one built on content creators.   902 more words


Facing death, Lauren Hill teaches us life lessons

A 19-year-old woman is dying. It could be days, it could be weeks, it could be a few months. No one really knows, mainly because no one knows much of anything about the form of cancer currently infesting her brain. 1,693 more words