TechFlash’s Todd Bishop, a former reporter at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, tonight posted a prescription for saving the P-I. Check it out, as well as the comments. The back-and-forth, interestingly, is possible only online, not in a printed product. Do you agree with Todd’s prescription?Posted in News | Tagged hearst, layoffs, newspapers, seattlepi | Comments Off on TechFlash: 10 steps to save the P-I and the rest of the industry
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On Saturday, Jan. 31, from 8:30 am to 3 pm, AAJA Seattle will hold a Career Development Workshop at the University of Washington. This workshop will feature news entrepreneurs and new media journalists describing what they do and their tips for thriving in the future.
This event is FREE to all journalists, although AAJA members will get priority. You MUST RSVP to this event due to limited seating. To RSVP, go to AAJA Seattle’s Facebook page or if you aren’t on Facebook, email
me at email@example.com.
The news is still sinking in. After 146 years of publishing the news, the state’s oldest daily could be history.
Our AAJA Seattle members are directly affected, including Candace Heckman (AAJA National Treasurer), Athima Chansanchai (our chapter’s National Board Rep), Margaret Santjer, Mai Ling Slaughter and D. Parvaz.
Our hearts go out to them and all the P-I staff. Please send us your ideas for how you think AAJA Seattle should respond.
Here are quick links to coverage from the P-I, Times, Puget Sound Business Journal, and Crosscut, as well as a video shot by the P-I of the announcement in the stunned newsroom.News | Tagged hearst, Job Postings, layoffs, newspapers, pi | Comments Off on Seattle Post-Intelligencer put up for sale, could be closed