Outgoing editor Denise Reagan is heading to the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville.
Jacksonville's Folio Weekly has launched a revamped website complete with a new logo and new features to encourage reader engagement.
Folio Weekly publisher David Brennan recently announced that he will be leaving the publication to serve as the group publisher for SouthComm Inc.
Denise Reagan will officially replace outgoing editor Anne Schindler in July.
Schindler is joining Jacksonville television broadcaster First Coast News as Executive Producer of Special Projects.
Jacksonville TV host Casey Black — who is married to a GOP House candidate — was not pleased with a Folio Weekly illustrated cover that depicted Republicans as rats.
Florida State Attorney Angela Corey is angry about a Folio Weekly blog post which suggested she violated a state law by pressuring employees to sign a petition for her reelection.
Folio Weekly editor Anne Schindler points out that Robert Newman's claim that last week's Village Voice's fold-in cover was "probably the first time" a fold-in had been on the front of a publication is technically incorrect. The Jacksonville alt-weekly ran with a similar idea in 2007. (See the large before and after shots here and here.)
Folio Weekly editor Anne Schindler discussed her column writing with Santa Fe Reporter editor Julia Goldberg in a live chat. Schindler's columns won her a first-place AltWeekly Award in the 50,000 and under circulation division.
At 3 pm EST, this Friday, Nov. 20, AAN will continue its live chat series with winners from the AAN 2009 journalism contest with Anne Schindler, editor of Folio Weekly, who won first place in the column writing category in the 50,000 and under circulation category. She will be interviewed by Santa Fe Reporter editor Julia Goldberg in a chat that will happen right here on the AAN.org home page.