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  • A 5-pound newspaper: How many ads are in our Thanksgiving Day paper?

    A 5-pound newspaper: How many ads are in our Thanksgiving Day paper?
    In our business, it's no secret that the Thanksgiving newspaper is the largest of the year. THis year's newspaper is so packed with holiday advertisements and Black Friday sales, it weighs almost 5 pounds. It's also one of the most anticipated...
  • Journalism professor's lessons live on

    Journalism professor's lessons live on
    It was 37 years ago when we met, a frightened student and a rumpled teacher in an awkward moment that changed a life. It was a hot early summer day in the rural Midwest, and I was wandering the empty halls of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, a...
  • Ad agency founder Jordan Zimmerman wins Horatio Alger Award

     Ad agency founder Jordan Zimmerman wins Horatio Alger Award
    Jordan Zimmerman, founder of Zimmerman Advertising, has been named a winner of the 2015 Horatio Alger Award, a prominent national honor that recognizes success despite adversity. Zimmerman is one of 12 Americans to receive the award this year, the...
  • Theo Lippman Jr.

    Theo Lippman Jr.
    Theo "Ted" Lippman Jr., a former Baltimore Sun editorial writer and author of several books, died Saturday morning of complications after a fall at his home in Fenwick Island, Del. He was 85. "He wrote with a great sense of humor," said Joseph R.L....
  • Journalism's eternal search for the outside savior, and why it fails

    Journalism's eternal search for the outside savior, and why it fails
    I was the first Los Angeles Times reporter to interview Sam Zell after he bought the newspaper's parent company, Tribune, in 2007. During our interview at the executive jet terminal at LAX, he was blunt, crude and profane. He started the meeting with an...
  • 'The real news of a year'

    'The real news of a year'
    Last week, I was listening to NPR and heard a reference to the 30th anniversary of the Bhopal disaster, a toxic gas leak that killed thousands and injured more than 500,000. I thought to myself: "Then it's 30 years since my grandfather died." Maybe most...
  • Seafood safety article was a nice catch

    Seafood safety article was a nice catch
    When long-time Baltimore Sun subscribers like myself talk of canceling their subscriptions because they say the quality of the newspaper has declined, I ask if they want to not support having a major daily in our city. Also, I can point out to them...
  • Tribune Tower redevelopment under consideration

    Tribune Tower redevelopment under consideration
    The landmark Tribune Tower may become part of a major Michigan Avenue redevelopment project. Tribune Media, which owns the iconic neo-Gothic tower, unveiled broad plans at a New York investor presentation Thursday that could potentially triple the...
  • True news has substance

    True news has substance
    Someone recently told me that she watches the news on TV every night. Her news broadcast of choice: "Entertainment Tonight." That brand of news is salacious, unbelievable and "ah" inducing — requisites for obtaining top advertising dollars. And...
  • Tribune Publishing completes purchase of Sun-Times suburban properties

    Tribune Publishing completes purchase of Sun-Times suburban properties
    Tribune Publishing, parent of the Chicago Tribune, has closed a deal to acquire all of Sun-Times Media's suburban properties from Wrapports. The agreement, confirmed Friday, brings six daily and 32 weekly suburban newspapers into the Tribune fold,...
  • Federal civil rights charges appear unlikely in Ferguson shooting: report

    Federal civil rights charges appear unlikely in Ferguson shooting: report
    U.S. Justice Department officials probably will not bring civil rights charges against a white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager set off rioting in August, the Washington Post reported on Friday. The...