Archive for April, 2009

Leary: ‘Still a great future for newspapers’

With bad news about the media industry being spit out as fast as you can say “Tweet,” you might expect Michael Leary, managing editor of the bankrupt Philadelphia Inquirer, to have a pretty sullen view of the future of the news business.
Well, maybe a little. But let’s not throw in the towel just yet.

March board meeting briefs

A roundup of the PCLI board’s March meeting.

Posted in: panels, PCLI Board

Aggregating doesn’t have to be aggravating

It’s okay to let sites like Twitter and FaceBook point to trends in breaking news, but it still takes good, old-fashioned journalistic fact-checking with trusted sources, to write it right.

Posted in: panels