Media Mutt Blog Archive 2008
Financial pitfall: Thomas Cushing Munjoy is back to blogging about the follies of the Portland Press Herald’s management at a new online address.
The pseudonymous critic is raising some interesting points about
There’ll soon be one less Village Soup newspaper. The Rockland-based chain announced today that it was merging its weekly paper in Camden, the Camden Herald, with its thrice-weekly paper in Rockland, the Courier-Gazette. The new paper will be called the Herald Gazette and will be published three
The Blethen Maine Newspapers have been sold to Maine Media Investments. According to a report on the Bollard Web site, a purchase and sale agreement was signed today, and a story on the sale will appear in tomorrow’s newspapers.
Gone – almost: WCSH-TV, Channel 6 in Portland, is no longer producing a 10 p.m. newscast on WPXT-TV, Channel 51. According to the North East Radio Watch Web site, the contract between WCSH, the top-rated NBC affiliate,
But the newspaper
No sale – yet: A month ago, it appeared the sale of the Blethen Maine Newspapers to Maine Media Investments – a group consisting of former U.S. Sen. William Cohen, developers
Bad forecast: The Forecaster chain of weekly papers will be one edition smaller after this week.
The parent Lewiston Sun Journal has pulled the plug on the Forecaster’s Lewiston-Auburn edition, but the move probably
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On Oct. 18, Portland television station WGME, Channel 13, sent anchor Kim Block and photographer Jason Nelson to Shanghai, China for nine days to report on a visit
Inaccurate, inexperienced or just inarticulate? I can’t blame Larry Grard, a reporter for the Morning Sentinel in Waterville, for being confused as to what Republican 2nd District congressional candidate John Frary was talking about during an Oct. 17 debate at Colby College.