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Entries Categorized as 'Media'

Building For Sale, CT Post Real Estate Tax Bill More Than $170,000

July 4th, 2016 · 13 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Development and Zoning, Media, News and Events

Hearst Connecticut Media that owns the Connecticut Post and four other daily newspapers in Fairfield County announced two weeks ago that it had placed 410 State Street for sale as it begins the process to downsize its physical editorial and advertising presence in Connecticut’s largest city. According to city tax officials based on the building assessment for […]

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CT Post Building For Sale, End Of A Journalism Era –30–

June 21st, 2016 · 19 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Media, News and Events

A Downtown fixture since 1928, the building that houses the Connecticut Post advertising and editorial offices and prior to that predecessor papers the Post and Telegram is for sale, according to a story released by the Hearst Media Group that owns the Post and daily papers in Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk and Danbury. The sale of […]

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When Feds Impersonate Reporters

November 7th, 2014 · No Comments · Analysis and Comment, Law Enforcement, Media, News and Events

If a reporter impersonated a fed, they’d lock you up. But the other way around …  From the Associated Press: The FBI’s creation of a fake news story and impersonation of an Associated Press reporter during a criminal investigation undermine media credibility, blur the lines between law enforcement and the press and raise questions about […]

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Is The Connecticut Post Part Of “The Oppressive Machinery?” If You Haitz Newspaper Coverage, Call Henry

September 18th, 2014 · 7 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Council, Media, News and Events

Journalism in general, and print media specifically, ain’t what it used to be. How in creation does the daily newspaper covering the state’s largest city slot just one full-time scribe to City Hall? Well, we’re spread thin they’ll say, we have this and that and this and that and with cutbacks from corporate suits, it’s […]

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The Rock Losing Movie Block

July 6th, 2014 · 3 Comments · Development and Zoning, Media, News and Events

When the Showcase Cinemas opened in Black Rock in 1992, it was a big deal for the neighborhood that saw its last picture show at the Beverly on Fairfield Avenue in 1985. Now it appears they will go dark in favor of National Amusements’ movie houses just around the corner in Fairfield. Both the Beverly […]

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What’s A Newspaper’s Responsibility?

June 19th, 2014 · 7 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Council, Media

OIB poster Andy Fardy isn’t bashful about expressing his point of view, be it blowtorching government power or questioning media responsibility. The retired city firefighter often takes a hose to the establishment. In this commentary he expresses frustration about what he says is the Connecticut Post “failing to do its job” as a community watchdog […]

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Emergency Response, The Call For Governments To Communicate In Spanish

December 20th, 2013 · 16 Comments · Media, News and Events

Must state government and communities with large Hispanic populations do more to communicate with Spanish-speaking residents, especially during emergency responses? CT Latino News raises the question in an article about emergency practices. The article suggests not enough is being done.

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Hearst Hires Haitz New Group Publisher Of CT Post–No Holiday Cheer Between Mayor And Paper

December 19th, 2013 · 14 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Media, News and Events

So how’s the Connecticut Post doing these days? If you happen to run into Mayor Bill Finch and ask him about the Connecticut Post don’t be surprised if the mayor bellows a few prehistoric noises. So it goes between mayor who questions the work of journalists who question his work. Things are a little prickly between […]

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