I could write a bunch of cool stuff about our leadership team but simply put we have a great team of leaders. I appreciate all they do for us. They want to see The Chronicle succeed. It is amazing how many great things a team accomplishes when no one cares about who gets the credit. (Stich is smiling!)
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Page One, Inside the New York Times. Since then many current and former Chronicle staffers have read Carr's unique take on the media industry in his weekly Times column Media Equation. It was sad to see that Carr passed away last week but it was almost fitting that he collapsed while in the Times' newsroom; a place he loved and defended. Carr was a unique voice in the wilderness of today's modern journalism. He covered the very industry that he works in and he wasn't afraid to ruffle a few feathers in the process. Just click on this link to learn a little more about David Carr and if you like you can read a few of his columns. He had an incredible way with words.
David Carr, who wriggled away from the demon of drug addiction to become a journalistic celebrity, a name-brand media columnist at The New York Times and a best-selling author who reported on his own near demise and recovery, died on Thursday in Manhattan. He was 58.
After learning of Carr's death I spent some time reading some of his work and then I was sent an incredible article about the inner workings of the New York Times. This is a long but amazing article. Anyone who professes to have an inkling of an interest in the world of journalism should take the time to read this article. How the New York Times Works, This is how the Gray Lady gets made in 2015
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Thursday, February 5, 2015
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Monday, February 2, 2015
"Jess Sayin" was paying attention. That is why she is this week's Blogger of the Week. Pay a little visit to Jess Sayin is worth the time, especially if you notice that she has a category on her blog called Shear Awesomeness.
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