President Trump's budget proposal generated headlines and consternation across the nation. It also created opportunities for those facing cutbacks to tell their story and advocate for funding.
One of our clients, LA BioMed, is featured in today's LA Times' column by Steve Lopez because of the potential loss of critical Read more
The LA Times story today reporting on a new infusion of cash – $44.4 million – in its owner, Tribune Publishing, is good news and bad news for journalism.
The purchase of a major stake in Tribune Publishing by a Chicago entrepreneur, Michael Ferro, is expected to help the company's planned Read more
We’re always happy to help. So when reporter Lisa Schmeiser sought tips for companies and individuals to “be awesome on Twitter” and methods for making your “Facebook feed be less frustrating,” we were happy to provide some of the same advice we give every day to our clients – simple Read more
With 20th anniversary television specials and other media events marking the Oct. 3, 1995 conclusion of the O.J. Simpson criminal trials, analysts are again dissecting the many reasons for the “not guilty” jury verdict.
As one of the journalists who reported on Simpson’s criminal and civil trials, I saw firsthand the Read more
A new American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) survey shows newsroom jobs have hit the lowest level since tracking began in 1978, leading to the question: How do you get you story told when there are so few reporters left?
ASNE reported that the ranks of newsroom employees shrank 10.4% last Read more
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