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It does not escape us that the announced retirement of New London Day editorial page writer Paul Choiniere raises questions about the direction of opinion...

Choiniere Retires

After 42 years in journalism, Paul Choiniere is stepping down as editorial page editor and opinion writer for The Day of New London. Choiniere has...

A Look at the Alden Global Acquisition of Tribune Publishing

Editor & Publisher offers a look - with a point of view - at Alden Global Capital's acquisition of Tribune Publishing, which includes the Hartford...

15 Over 50

Karolyi with husband and photojournalist Mike Orazzi. Congratulations to Anne Karolyi, managing editor of the Waterbury Republican, et Al., for being named to Editor &...

Murray Picked for Facebook Bulletin

Few Connecticut reporters epitomize a full commitment to the life of a journalist than John Murray of the Waterbury Observer. He and his daughter...

One Tweeter Tweets

Former CBS newsman Charles Kuralt once spoke to a group in Farmington, Connecticut and mused that one benefit of being a long time reporter...

Shanahan Takes Over

Congratulations to Marie Shanahan who takes over this month as head of the Journalism Department at the University of Connecticut. Shanahan worked at the Hartford...

Hearst Conquering Connecticut?

Poynter.org (and yes, that's how it is spelled spell-check!) has an analysis of how Hearst Connecticut Media is expanding. The article notes the only place...

The Blade Falls

As expected, Alden Global Capital is making cuts after acquiring Tribune Publishing. According to a story in the New York Times, the number of unionized...

The Post Discusses Capital B

About a year ago the Associated Press changed its stylebook to say that the letter "B" should be capitalized when describing people who are...