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  1. The NYT loves native, not so much programmaticRead the original story

    Monday Oct 20 | DigiDay

    "It was right that we would share it with our readers," Thompson said Wednesday morning at media agency GroupM's What's Next conference in New York. Thompson addressed The Times' digital challenges, challengers and why the newspaper will continue phasing out display ads as it continues its transition to mobile.


  2. NY Times Zings Mass MoCARead the original story

    Aug 21, 2014 | Berkshire Fine Arts

    Unlike the mainstream media we have been on top of Mass MoCA's plans for the ambitious build out of most of the remaining space in its 26 building North Adams campus. In March we sat with the museum's director, Joe Thompson, for an in depth interview discussing plans for the final phase of development.


  3. On Native GroundHOW to Run a Business Into the GroundRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2014 | American Reporter

    The first daily newspaper that I worked for, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette , was sold a couple of weeks ago to a Florida-based company called Halifax Media Group. Halifax, founded in 2010 by three private equity investment firms, bought the paper for - depending on whose estimate you believe - between $7 million and $15 million.


  4. Reporting: Rep. Giffords ShootingA Tough Democrat Has Always Faced Tough ChoicesRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2011 | American Reporter

    The shootings in Tucson caught downsized newspapers, superficial cable news networks, and broadcast news networks covering sports, in an even more deficient "weekend" mode. Even the daily Tucson Citizen and the Arizona Republic couldn't update their sites - but neither could the much-respected St. Petersburg Times .


  5. MomentumMOM is MovedRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2010 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- A dozen or so years ago I wrote an article called "The Handwriting on the Wall," and in it I mentioned how I had laughed years earlier when a woman objected to anyone smoking in an elevator and took her case to court.


  6. On Native GroundSELF-Regulation is a Disaster for American BusinessRead the original story

    Jun 4, 2010 | American Reporter

    Dennis Hopper died today at 74. He was a friend once, and thinking of him last night, and knowing he was sick, I said a prayer for him before I fell asleep. I'm glad I did; he's gone now, and ever after, it will be too late.


  7. Silver: Too early to worry about NBA lockoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | ESPN

    NBA commissioner Adam Silver said it is too early to be concerned about a potential work stoppage in the NBA. The league and the NBA Players Association can opt out of the current collective bargaining agreement following the 2016-17 season.


  8. New York will beef up indigent defense in five counties in...Read the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | ABA Journal

    Indigent defense in five New York counties will be beefed up and handled by the state's Office of Indigent Legal Services in a lawsuit settlement heralded as a possible blueprint for a statewide approach. The state will help pay for more defense lawyers and other support staffers in the five counties as part of the settlement, report the New York Law Journal and the New York Times .


  9. Shirley Leung | Magazine Why do female CEOs get fired more often than male ones?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 |

    Congratulations to all the high-powered women who have made it to the top. You've done it.


  10. Six decades ago, shots rained down on CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | USA Today

    Six decades ago, the U.S. Congress found itself in the direct line of fire when four Puerto Rican nationalists began shooting onto the floor of the House of Representatives. Six decades ago, shots rained down on Congress Six decades ago, the U.S. Congress found itself in the direct line of fire when four Puerto Rican nationalists began shooting onto the floor of the House of Representatives.


  11. The Guardian Leapfrogs New York Times in Desktop TrafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Mashable

    The Guardian is now the second most popular English language newspaper website in terms of desktop traffic, according to comScore. The British daily logged 42.6 million worldwide desktop uniques in September, up 12.3% from the month before; meanwhile, the Times drew 41.6 million.


  12. NYT Editorial Board ShakesFist at the HeavensRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 |

    It's rare I encourage NRO readers to check out a New York Times editorial, but this one is too delicious. The Times is furious at Democratic Senate candidates for their refusal to embrace Barack Obama.


  13. When Political Sensitivities and Science Collide with ReligionRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Bad Astronomy Blog

    A decade ago, controversy erupted after it was revealed that a creationist book was being sold in six bookstores at the Grand Canyon National Park. It was a biblical explanation of the Grand Canyon.


  14. Does New York Times Opinion Columnist Ross Douthat Think His...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | The Stranger

    Conservative NYT opinion columnist Ross Douthat appeared at an October 16 fundraiser for the Alliance Defending Freedom , a rabidly anti-gay hate group that wants to put LGBT people in prison. As Media Matters reported yesterday: New York Times columnist Ross Douthat spoke at a fundraising event for the Alliance Defending Freedom , a right-wing legal group that works to defend anti-LGBT discrimination and supported the criminalization of homosexuality.... Douthat has used his platform at the Times to lament efforts to prohibit anti-gay religious business owners from discriminating against gay customers.


  15. Opening of Latitude 29, new French Quarter tiki bar from Jeff 'Beachbum' Berry, called 'momentous' by websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 |

    Any day now, tiki expert Jeff "Beachbum" Berry will open Latitude 29, his tropical bar in the French Quarter. Even before serving its first Zombie, Latitude 29 already has people buzzing.


  16. Noted author to speak on Nov. 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Pocono Record

    East Stroudsburg University President Marcia G. Welsh and ESU's One Book, One Campus committee are inviting students, faculty, staff and community members to a special public appearance by noted author Drew Magary. He will speak at ESU on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Abeloff Center for the Performing Arts.


  17. Guest Editorial: The wageless recovery may bring humbug to the holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Vallejo Times-Herald

    It's that special time of the year, when economic forecasters begin worrying about how much Americans are going to spend on holiday shopping. It's become a holiday tradition, because depending on what sort of business a retailer is in, November and December can account for as much as 30 percent of annual sales.


  18. NYT Staffers Clamor to Exit Amid Buyout OfferRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Editor & Publisher

    It looks as though there may be a veritable stampede for the exits prompted by the New York Times buyout offer. Publisher Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger Jr. was hoping to entice 100 newsroom staffers to accept buyouts - or face the prospect of involuntary layoffs.


  19. Obama Pledged Government "Transparency" But Threatens Investigative ReportersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | OpEdNews

    President Obama, who pledged to run a "transparent" administration, instead is threatening reporters with trial and imprisonment if they don't reveal the identities of officials who leak information about government wrongdoing to them. "I've felt the chill first-hand," Pulitzer Prize-winner David Barstow of The New York Times says.


  20. Pianist Conrad Tao Coming to Boston, 11/14Read the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 |

    Pianist/composer phenom Conrad Tao will bring his extraordinary talents to Boston this fall to perform a cutting-edge "groupmuse" - a new kind of music event which falls somewhere between an intimate salon performance and a house party. The November 14 concert will be hosted by 99.5 WCRB, WGBH Boston's listener-supported classical radio station, at the public broadcaster's legendary Fraser Studio.