Monday Memo


Beginning in March, the Norwich Bulletin will stop home delivery of the paper on Saturdays. The paper says it will offer a digital reproduction of the full paper on its website. In its official announcement, the paper says it is making the move to respond to the rapid shift toward digital news consumption. The new, six day schedule, starts March 5.

Two Trinity College graduates have new roles.

George Will(Trinity ’62) has joined NewsNation as a senior contributor.

Jesse Watters(Trinity ’01) will be taking over the 7p.m. hour on Fox News.

Former Fox 61er Laurie Perez plays a TV reporter on the Paramount series Yellowstone, this season.

CNN’s Poppy Harlow, who has been studying for a Master’s in law at Yale University, will host a series on the soon to launch CNN+. We don’t have the details.

A weekend Tweet by Sally’s pizza featured Janet Peckinpaugh, Rad Berky and Carla Wohl. Which got us to wondering, where are they now?

Most of you know Janet is a real estate broker in Connecticut. Berky, the former WFSB and WTNH reporter/anchor, is a reporter with WCNC in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Wohl, the former WTNH reporter, is director of development at Southern California Public Radio, KPCC 89.3.

When Donald Trump hung up last week on NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan did not hear a dial tone, she heard Inskeep crack the code.

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