Media

By - 6/10/13 - 8:58 am

Like Globies Shelley Murphy and Kevin Cullen, the Herald's Howie Carr can also watch the Bulger trial from the public seats, judge rules. Meanwhile, Bulger's lawyers want the trial delayed so they can investigate whether State Police gave a witness the same sort of protection Bulger allegedly got from the FBI.... Read more

By - 6/5/13 - 10:00 am

[float=right]IMAGE(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_g25bDp45_Kg/TGVahi2NxuI/AAAAAAAAzZY/4-rU68fwBYw/s200/VB.jpeg)[/float]I'm going to guess Chris Faraone is, at least in part, talking about Doug VB Goudie, a former producer for Howie Carr. Doug is now a commentator, interviewer and... Read more

By - 6/3/13 - 11:56 am

John Berg notes the Globe put its story about police shooting and killing a bear in Newton yesterday on page 1, while it put its story about police shooting and killing a man in Dorchester yesterday on page B1.... Read more

By - 5/28/13 - 11:22 am

Because either they're not going to let the Globe and Herald dominate that part of the commentosphere any longer or they want to do a story on the ghastly people who post those horrid things.

By - 5/25/13 - 10:57 pm

Remember when talk-show hosts mostly weren't all angry, spitting screamers? The Orlando Sentinel reports the former WRKO host - and one-time Libertarian presidential candidate - died today in San Francisco. He was 72.

By - 5/6/13 - 11:48 am

A group of grateful Bostonians are throwing a party to thank local reporters who covered the Marathon bombings:

While CNN and Fox News were fumbling the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing, Boston's print, radio, and television reporters gave us accurate, up to date reports. National news rushed to be first, but Boston's locals beat them to the facts, reflected our collective strength and,

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By - 5/5/13 - 8:25 pm

The Media

Former Phoenix staffers Liz Pelly and Faye Orlove last week launched the Media, which they hope can alt up the Hub again, initially online, maybe some day in print. Even though they're online, they'll be following a print-like publishing schedule:

[S]oon you'll

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By - 5/3/13 - 2:52 pm

David Bernstein reports on himself. Can a Best of Boston Politicians list be far behind?

By - 4/27/13 - 8:27 pm

Slobby CNN

A disgusted citizen complains about W. Dedham Street in the South End:

News organizations left their trash and tape all over our sidewalks following coverage of POTUS visit to the Cathedral. Please fine all and have them clean up. Multiple tv stations are in violation and can

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By - 4/24/13 - 10:31 am

[float=right]IMAGE(http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk143/nfsagan/BHTamerlan_zps5172b54e.jpg)[/float] Leave it to the Boston Herald to use the recent tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombing for politics, the politics of transitional assistance also known as welfare. Say what? What does domestic terrorism and welfare have to do with each other?

Well, yesterday the legislature on Beacon Hill was debating a budget and Republicans are, once again, trying... Read more

By - 4/13/13 - 8:32 pm

Boston Sports Media Watch reports on how Pete Sheppard ended his career at WEEI this evening.

By - 4/9/13 - 4:01 pm

Peter Kadzis at WGBH and Carly Carioli at Boston.com.

By - 4/3/13 - 8:30 am

Sour grapes at the Herald? With bonus gratuitous quote from some lawyer making accusations with no apparent facts behind them:

If he was a reporter on deadline and he's distracted and making phone calls and texting, then that's something that adds to his fault. You're not supposed to be distracted in a cab, you're supposed to focus fully on your job," said Douglas Sheff,

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By - 3/29/13 - 9:56 am

NPR and WBUR are announcing that the locally produced "Here and Now," hosted by the locally grown Robin Young, is expanding to four hours on July 1 - although she'll be joined by a co-host:

When the expanded program launches July 1, she will have a co-host, Jeremy Hobson, currently host of Marketplace Morning Report. Hobson began his career in journalism at the age of

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By - 3/28/13 - 3:47 pm

The 31-year-old LGBT newspaper says it's been hit by the decline in newspaper advertising revenue just like every other print outlet and hopes contributions could let it continue to offer print and online versions without a fee.

Update: Headline changed; see comment below from publisher Sue O'Connell.

By - 3/21/13 - 9:25 pm

Robert Ambrogi reports that WBUR's Open Court is no longer streaming live video from Quincy District Court. No money, natch.

By - 3/21/13 - 8:55 am

Hauling away the Phoenix

Jill watched yesterday as some guy went down Mass. Ave. in Cambridge, hauling away Phoenix boxes.

You can read articles from what would have been this week's issue on the Phoenix site (scroll past the big box where the... Read more

By - 3/15/13 - 12:59 pm

Charles Pierce remembers the Phoenix:

What's the prayer of thanksgiving for a hundred days of fellowship, drunk on words, all of us, as though there were nothing more beyond the next word, the next sentence, the next paragraph locked into place? Please say that the muse is something beyond the balance sheet, something beyond technology. Tell me that she’s alive the way she once

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By - 3/14/13 - 2:53 pm

Pre-glossy.Pre-glossy. See the last cover.Both the Dig and the Globe report the Boston Phoenix is shutting down immediately.

The Phoenix itself tweets:

Thank you Boston. Good night and good luck.

The Phoenix has been around since 1966. It had been hard hit in recent years... Read more

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