The letter-writer’s husband, Bob, was laid off from the Indianapolis Star last year
From PAM DiNICOLA: After more than four months of talking with HR at the Indianapolis Star and with the Gannett Benefits Center and Cobra reps, we still haven’t heard anything about Cobra. We need to get Cobra for me, and the time for us to apply for Cobra is running out. We talked to Gannett reps so many times I’ve lost count. Read More
The screenshot below of The Bay Citizen’s home page was taken at about 7:30 a.m. CT Friday. The nonprofit news outlet — a New York Times partner — confirms that it’s in merger talks with the Center for Investigative Reporting and that former San Francisco Chronicle editor Phil Bronstein will likely become the combined organization’s CEO. He resigned from Hearst about a month ago after 31 years with the media conglomerate.
Here’s what The Bay Citizen has been going through:
The unexpected death of [investor Warren] Hellman [in December] left The Bay Citizen without its founder and benefactor. In September, the news organization’s founding editor-in-chief, Jonathan Weber, resigned abruptly. In October, the founding chief executive, Lisa Frazier, announced that she would resign in early 2012 for health reasons. Last week, the interim editor-in-chief, Steve Fainaru, a former Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter for The Washington Post, announced that he was resigning to pursue a book project.
* Bay Citizen, Center for Investigative Reporting consider a merger
Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was murdered ten years ago this week. “While his murder at the hands of militants in Pakistan shocked and saddened the world, it has also sparked efforts to build on Danny’s ideals of tolerance and understanding across cultures,” says the Journal, which has posted some articles that celebrate Pearl’s work, life and legacy.
* Remembering Danny Pearl, 10 years on
* Remnick: “As a journalist and as a man, Danny Pearl was everything we wanted to be”