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City Life

Farewell to City Paper, the Absolute Best Place to Work

I can’t remember what brought me to City Paper’s doorstep. I’d like to think that I was a fan of the publication and wanted to […]

City Life

The Newspaper Business Is Dead in Philly

The newspaper business — in Philadelphia, at least — is dead. Not newspapers, understand: They’ll linger on, in diminished and probably less-frequently printed form, for the […]

Birds 24/7

Press Coverage, Ep. 4: Who Owns the East?

In the fourth episode of Press Coverage, Tim and Josh pose the question: Who’s the top dog in the uneven NFC East? They also look […]

City

City Paper Shutting Down, Merging Operations with PW

The Philadelphia alt-weekly wars are over. Today Broad Street Media today announced it had acquired the rights to the City Paper intellectual property. As a […]

City Life

NBC10 Workers on Strike Ahead of Pope’s Arrival

Turns out this week’s optimism was misplaced: Photographers and technicians at NBC10 have walked off the job, just ahead of Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia. […]

Birds 24/7

Press Coverage, Ep. 3: Crunch Time Already?

In the third episode of Press Coverage, Tim and Josh examine what — or who — is to blame for the Eagles’ slow start, and […]

City Life

Strikes Averted at Philly CBS, NBC Stations?

It appears that two Philadelphia television stations dealing with potential labors stoppages might get through Pope Francis’ visit without strikes. Officials at CBS3 and NBC10 […]

City Life

Report: CBS3 Workers Authorize Strike

If the pope visits and there’s not a local TV crew there to record the event, does it really happen? We may find out. Philadelphia […]

Birds 24/7

Press Coverage, Episode 1: Season Predictions

Today, we’re happy to introduce “Press Coverage,” a new video segment featuring Birds 24/7 editors Tim McManus and Josh Paunil.

City Life

PlanPhilly’s Matt Golas Is Out at WHYY

Matt Golas, founding editor of WHYY’s website PlanPhilly, has resigned from the NPR affiliate. WHYY spokesman Art Ellis said “he did not offer a reason for leaving,” […]

City Life

Don Bell Returns to CBS 3 as Sports Director

Don Bell has returned to Philadelphia as CBS 3’s new sports director. Bell previously worked for CBS 3 from 2005 to 2010, before departing for […]

City Life

Chris Satullo Out at WHYY

Chris Satullo, WHYY’s vice president of news and civic dialogue since 2008, is leaving the station. His last day of employment will be September 11th, […]

Brian Tierney, May 23, 2006. AP Photo | Rusty Kennedy
City Life

Why Is Brian Tierney Getting a Big Journalism Award?

So: Brian Tierney is getting a big journalism award. Really. The Poynter Institute announced Tuesday that Tierney — who was publisher of the Inquirer, Daily […]

City Life

Merging Daily News, Inquirer Newsrooms Would Be Dumb

The first day I walked into the newsroom at the Daily News, one of the editors pulled me aside to share an insight on the […]

City Life

New Publisher to Scrutinize Separate Newsrooms of Inquirer, Daily News, Philly.com

Big changes could be coming to the Philadelphia Media Network. The company runs the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com, and for now, runs them using three […]