Jen DeSalvo sat down at the Hollywood Grill in Chicago, and spoke with four former journalists from the now-defunct DNAinfo.
Justin Breen | Senior Editor – … 90 more words
Andrea Watson was a journalist at DNAinfo in Chicago — until suddenly there was no more DNAinfo. What’s next? More journalism. “I don’t know how to stop finding stories. 16 more words
By Danielle Tcholakian
If you haven’t already read about it, on the afternoon of November 2, DNAinfo New York and Chicago, as well as Gothamist and all its sister sites in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington D.C. 3,411 more words
Splinter: DNAinfo, Gothamist, and What We Lose in the Disappearing Digital Archive. “On Monday afternoon, as a few hundred people gathered at New York’s City Hall to protest the shuttering of local news sites DNAinfo and Gothamist, a carousel of speakers took turns proclaiming their love for journalism—including frequent targets of the press. 41 more words
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams and Steve Bertrand of WGN Radio, and Eric Zorn and Scott Stantis of Chicago Tribune. They discuss reasoning for the shut down of DNAInfo Chicago, whose New York edition has unionized. 133 more words
Hundreds of people crowded into City Hall Park this afternoon for a rally to support reporters from DNAinfo and Gothamist, who lost their jobs last week when billionaire owner Joe Ricketts… 419 more words