What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, February 8, 2013.
Trouble in Chicago: Sun-Times adds Jenny McCarthy while Murdoch reported kicking tires of Tribune
The African-American child poverty rate is severely high and climbing, but neither Romney nor Obama is talking about it
Dean Baquet slags Gerould Kern.
J.R. Jones on Client-9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer, his number 6 movie of 2011.
Katharine Hayhoe’s message of climate change is doubted by conservative Christians but not shunned.
Former Chicagoan Chris Holmes continues to snow people like a human blizzard.
Days before my review copy of James O’Shea’s The Deal From Hell came in the mail, a friend who’d read an excerpt of O’Shea’s account of the Tribune Company-Times Mirror merger and its calamitous aftermath e-mailed me to rip the author. At issue: O’Shea’s failure to be up-front about the friendship between his ex-boss Ann […]
On reading James O’Shea’s “The Merger From Hell.”
LA Times publisher is the new CEO of the Tribune Company
A quick critique of the Chicago Tribune
Women doctors are making less than male doctors, but we should be glad about this.
If the Tribune Company had put off filing for bankruptcy by just three weeks, would it have saved a group of past and present managers $120 million?
Sam Zell and Randy Michaels get thwacked in David Carr’s immediately infamous NYT piece… but what about everyone else?
An opportunity to work for nothing infuriates young journalism grads who want to be paid.