When first-rate journalists first heaped it on.
Tag: Thom Clark
Shaping up—and renaming—the Community Media Workshop
Community Media Workshop is now Public Narrative. The new name comes with new ideas about its role in Chicago journalism.
Orr vs. Moore in the 49th Ward!
A modest proposal: Alderman Joe Moore and Cook County clerk David Orr should run against each for Democratic committeeman of the 49th Ward.
Susy Schultz takes over at Community Media Workshop
Chicago’s Community Media Workshop names a new leader.
In defense of Bruce Rauner
Today’s great question is, who’s the biggest asshole: Rahm, Rauner, or Christie?
Mick Dumke wins Studs Terkel Award
The Reader‘s Mick Dumke wins a Studs Terkel Award
Lenz, Olivo, Lydersen Win Terkel Awards
Lenz, Olivo, and Lyderson are named to received this year’s Studs Terkel Awards.
The Silver Lining Party
Despite costly losses at the polls, the Illinois Greens insist they aren’t blue.
Net News in Chicago: Still Poor, Still Striving
A new report on online journalism in Chicago says audiences are rapidly growing but hardly anyone’s getting paid.
Big Print Is Cornering the Online News Market, the Community Media Workshop Reports
The dailies’ websites dominate the Chicago market, Community Media Workshop reports.
A little windfall…
The Community Media Workshop receives $6,500 from subscribers to two Chicago weeklies the Wednesday Journal chain stopped publishing.
Nongovernments of, by, and for the people thrive in Chicago.