Mara Shalhoup named editor of Chicago Reader
NFL Owner Sues Reader’s Sister Paper
Owner of Washington Redskins sues Washington City Paper.
Mick Dumke Is Crossing the Street
Mick Dumke leaves the Chicago Reader for the Chicago News Cooperative
Meet One of the Reader’s New Bosses
What the American Press Institute thinks about the future of newspapers has suddenly become very relevant to the Reader.
[You will have to forgive me for what may seem at this point like obsessive inside-baseball theorizing about what is, technically, history. But I think it’s kind of an interesting point, especially since media and debt are important subjects to me and, I would argue, to you as well.] In comments yesterday, my colleague Philip […]
Under New Management*
Atalaya wins. More to follow. Here’s the new management. *FWIW, I’m totally ignorant of bankruptcy law, so I don’t know what would happen in the event of appeal, if one should happen. Update: I’m told that an appeal is impossible, so it’s actually over. Ben Eason “said he’s ready to launch a new Web-only community […]
Creative Loafing hangs on to the Reader
The word from Tampa on the latest round of Creative Loafing’s bankruptcy battle.
The Creative Loafing bankruptcy — the closing arguments
Written closing arguments have been submitted in the Creative Loafing Inc. bankruptcy case.
Your blog comments are unlikely to stand up in a court of law as a barometer of morale.