This event is an opportunity to meet talented journalists for your newsrooms.
The Independent Weekly (Durham, N.C.) and its associated website, indyweek.com, are being sold to Richard Meeker and Mark Zusman. Meeker and Zusman are the owners of City of Roses Newspaper Company which publishes Willamette Week and the Santa Fe Reporter.
Registration is now open for the 2012 Career Expo at Columbia School of Journalism.
Early in his career as a sports writer for The Winchester Star in Winchester, Va., Dave Mann realized he “wasn’t too into sports journalism” and switched gears toward more long form, investigative reporting.
At the 34th annual AAN Convention in New Orleans, AAN members rebuilt relationships, formed new ones, learned about new technology, and shared their perspectives on where the alternative press is headed.
Only the second day of the convention and already attendees have taken to the culture of New Orleans.
The 34th annual AAN Convention is finally here and in full effect.
AAN's Convention in New Orleans will feature events that ensure participants can take full advantage of this year's "Saints and Sinners" theme.
Traffic to David Cay Johnston's piece on tax myths, which ran in 40 alt-weeklies last week, caused Willamette Week's website to crash for about three hours Monday.
With taxes on the minds of most Americans, the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN) member papers are doing what they do best: providing an antidote to the myths that the mainstream media, local television news and politicians perpetuate about tax policy.