Results tagged with 'milwaukee journal sentinel'
Published Sept. 6, 2016
Last month, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel made headlines across the country when its archives disappeared from Google Newspapers - as good a time as any to remind the world that our digital present, and especially our digital past, is fragile and transitory.
Published Sept. 1, 2015
Bob McGinn and Jason Wilde are the two most knowledgable reporters ever to cover the Green Bay Packers. If you want to know about this team, read or listen to them and avoid the silver tongued radio heads.
Published May 26, 2015
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has resurrected the Green Sheet after an absence of 30 years. It's a desperate cry that the paper has given up trying to lure younger people to read it.
Published May 22, 2015
Numbers are what they are. They allow for a way to communicate a level of measurement of something. At its very core, mass media obsesses over the numbers related to everything.
Published April 13, 2015
In case you missed the kerfuffle, an anti-police - as in get rid of the police altogether - blogger for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Purple Wisconsin project recently wrote what was one of the silliest columns that the paper has ever run (online in this case). And that's saying a lot. Because there's a lot of competition. But I can't link to the column that caused all of the controversy - and the resignation of an allegedly scummy local pastor because the newspaper took it down.
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Wednesday November 23rd, 2011 - Fox Lake, IL I was stunned and saddened to hear of the untimely passing of Tim Cuprisin today. Tim wrote a column about local media in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for years, and would always give me a generous plug whenever I had any radio career dev...
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