March 7, 2012 11:03
YES! Weekly took home three NC Press Awards in Division C for community newspapers with readerships of more than 10,000 last week. Editor Brian Clarey won second place in the profile feature category for “Ed Taylor’s boy” and third place in sports columns....
Feb. 29, 2012 11:02
NC Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin’s comparison of Laura Leslie and Mark Binker to Woodward and Bernstein may be a little over the top, but other appellations in the comment thread of Leslie’s Facebook announcement that Binker is joining WRAL-TV as multimedia investigative reporter were not....
Feb. 22, 2012 10:59
I don’t generally read N+1 magazine, the hifalutin literary journal published thrice yearly out of Brooklyn, NY, not because it isn’t an excellent periodical — it is. But the Brooklyn I remember from my youth is more about garbage blowing across the Belt Parkway and Coney Island whitefish than hipsters with MFAs wrangling poetry from their memoirs....
Feb. 15, 2012 10:28
Kudos to bloggers Ed Cone and Roch Smith News and views from inside the media bubble for fact-checking the claim. As it turned out, the source was the poll was conducted by right-leaning Civitas rather than the left-leaning Public Policy Polling, and the poll was conducted in Charlotte rather than Greensboro....
Feb. 9, 2012 09:39
While the newspaper is noticeably understaffed, many of the reporters at the News & Record consistently break important stories and demonstrate enterprise. When YES! Weekly came on the scene seven years ago, we looked for weaknesses at the daily newspaper and rarely missed an opportunity to dole out ridicule when we felt it was deserved....
Feb. 1, 2012 10:39
“Bill’s tough, defiant Greensboro Daily News editorials during the civil rights era earned him a burning cross in his yard and a brick through his front window. He hired very, very good people, including Ed Yoder, Jonathan Yardley, John Alexander and editorial cartoonist Hugh Haynie....
Jan. 18, 2012 10:57
Last week, a repository for documents leaked by whistleblowers called Honest Appalachia arrived on the scene. Modeled after Wikileaks, the Charleston, W.Va....
Jan. 11, 2012 10:40
The High Point Enterprise has eliminated its copy desk, outsourcing the function to a sister newspaper in Kentucky, according to recent item in the Business Journal by reporter Owen Covington....

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