0 Comments · Monday, October 20, 2014
The growing national conversation about privacy is a curious thing
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Poynter.org says Gannett — owner of The Enquirer, Louisville Courier-Journal and Indianapolis Star,
among others — is reorganizing newsrooms, job and pay scales “to better
attract an (online) audience of 25- to 45-year-olds.”
0 Comments · Wednesday, July 2, 2014
A Page 1 Enquirer story described
sometime violent misbehavior in Hamilton County courtrooms and
courthouse hallways. A headline said there was chaos in the judges’
“chambers.” Wrong. The story didn’t say that.
0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Developments at the U.S. Supreme Court and Colorado legislature demonstrate how government restricts our access to news.
3 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2014
This is my last article as a staff writer at CityBeat.
At the end of the week, I will be leaving Cincinnati for Washington,
D.C., to join a new journalistic venture.
0 Comments · Wednesday, January 29, 2014
The media does a terrible job explaining
public policies, and one of the major causes is reporters’ reliance on
“he says, she says.”
0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
The media is far from perfect, and 2013 provided good evidence of that.
0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
NKY Republican: Paul’s Plagiarism Is Liberal Media’s Fault: Those of us who thought the term “liberal
media” died sometime around the time Sarah Palin quit her job as a
politician to write books and say crazy stuff on TV were happy to
learn today that a Northern Kentucky Republican is still blaming those
bastards (wait, is that us?).
0 Comments · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
The student paper’s
volunteer adviser, Emily Grannis, who also is a Reporter’s Committee for
Freedom of the Press fellow, talked with student editor John Vodrey on
the phone while he was in the station. That helped Vodrey cite
appropriate state statute and legal language to ask for an incident
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Numbers down more than 10 percent over the past year
Many of Ohio’s major newspapers, including The Cincinnati Enquirer,
lost thousands of readers in the past year, but some managed to beat
trends and gain in certain categories, according to a circulation audit
from the Alliance for Audited Media.
The audit found The Enquirer’s average daily
circulation, which excludes Saturday and Sunday, down to 117,754 from
132,076 between September 2012 and September 2013. Sunday circulation
fell to 235,515 from 262,876. The numbers represent a 10.8 percent decline in average daily circulation and 10.4 percent on Sundays.The Akron Beacon Journal and Youngstown Vindicator also saw negative trends, with average daily and Sunday circulation dropping.
Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer lost some of its
Sunday circulation, but comparable statistics weren’t available for
average daily circulation because the newspaper transitioned from daily
delivery to three-times-a-week delivery earlier in the year.
But The Toledo Blade and Dayton Daily News actually increased their average daily and Sunday circulation.
The Columbus Dispatch also upped its average daily circulation, but Sunday circulation fell.For newspapers, dropping circulation coincides with more readers getting their news from the Internet and alternative
sources over the past few years. The alternatives have cost newspapers around the country
readers and advertising revenue, and many have responded with cutbacks in staff and
overall news coverage.
In August, The Enquirer moved and laid off staff from its Kentucky and West Chester offices. The layoffs came as parent company Gannett dismissed more than 400 workers around the country, according to estimates from Gannett Blog.Other media outlets appear to be taking advantage of the new vacancy. The Business Courier reported on Monday that Cox Media’s Journal-News is increasing its presence in Butler and Warren counties to compete with The Enquirer. The move follows Cox Media’s decision to merge its Hamilton and Middletown newspapers into a single entity that covers both cities and counties.