McQuaid and his “Take No Prisoners” Reporting is Back at the Capitol

Good to hear that Hugh McQuaid is rejoining the Connecticut press corps. He's back reporting for CTNewsJunkie after working as a correction officer at...

CT-N & Jerry Springer

Two of our favorite reads from the weekend: The Connecticut Mirror/Mark Pazniokas article on the public affairs network CT-N: "On the ropes not long ago,...

Parker Not Fully Leaving WFSB

Amidst the sad news of layoffs at WFSB comes at least one bright note: former morning co-anchor Eric Parker, who was among those dismissed,...

Sunday Talk

Face the State  WFSB  8:30 a.m. Host: Susan Raff  Police Accountability/Marijuana: State Rep. Steve Stafstrom / (D) 129th District (Bridgeport) & Chair, House Judiciary Committee  Police Accountability Officer...

More Layoffs at WFSB

We hear that the layoffs at WFSB don't end with anchor Dennis House. Sadly, they include 10 more people: morning co-anchor Eric Parker (above),...

Reflecting on the Career of “The World’s Greatest Counterfeiter”

The "World's Greatest Counterfeiter," Louis the Coin, will be remembered during an event sponsored by the Morris Public Library Online. Panelists will include the...

Meredith TV Stations: Getting Ready To Be Sold?

Readers of The Laurel are well aware that longtime WFSB anchor Dennis House was let go earlier this month. Now FTVLive reports that the...

The Courant’s National Scoop

  On September 11, a Hartford Courant story exploded across the internet. Around 1:30pm,  the paper posted veteran reporter Ed Mahony’s article on the resignation of...

Sunday Talk

Face the State  WFSB  8:30 a.m. Host: Susan Raff  Return to School: Dr. Miguel Cardona/Commissioner of the CT Department of Education  Electric Rates: State Sen. Norm Needleman...

Her New Job is No Small Potatoes

Hearst CT political reporter Kaityln Krasselt is leaving for the communications job at the state Department of Consumer Protection. The job at DCP was...
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