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New reports from the Wall St. Journal and other sources say¬†Gannett has improved its offer to buy tronc, the company formerly known as Tribune Publishing which happens to own the… 21 more words


Names in the News

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Paula Bronstein. The former Hartford Courant staffer who took an early buyout to become a photojournalist based in Thailand is out with a new book. 158 more words


How the Decline of the Newspaper Business Harms Our Democracy and Has Forced My Crime Novel Hero Out of the Investigative Reporter Racket

Six years ago, when I took early retirement from my journalism career to write hard-boiled crime novels, I decided to make my protagonist a newspaper reporter instead of a cop or a private investigator. 1,456 more words

David Medina Returns

David Medina, the former Hartford Courant editorial and opinion writer, has returned to journalism and joined the staff of CTLatinoNews.com.

Medina worked for the Hartford school system for several years after leaving the… 18 more words


NEXT Premieres Thursday

Follow up now a story we first told you about last week.

John Dankosky will premiere a new program on WNPR this week called NEXT. It is a collaboration between eight different public media outlets in New England and is part of NPR’s effort to behave more like a true network when it comes to news gathering. 29 more words


New Bid for tronc

The New York Post is reporting Gannett is preparing a new bid for tronc(formerly Tribune Publishing).

The new bid will be higher than the one rejected in the spring. 43 more words


Poll: Pundits Predict "Suicide Squirrel" Top Story for 2016

A survey of news organizations throughout Forestville has them nominating the issue of the suicidal squirrel as the one that will most grip the village this year. 124 more words