Don’t Get Too Excited About Those Eagle-Tribune Help Wanted Ads

Three days after it and dozens of other papers in 21 states were acquired by Retirement Systems of Alabama, the Eagle-Tribune of North Andover posted two job openings on its editorial...

Globe Cuts Comics, Pisses Off Readers

The Boston Globe used the slow news week to cut a bunch of features from its comics page and, presumably, was hoping readers would not notice. Among the cuts were...

Wicked Local Reporter Gets Duped By GoFundMe Campaign, Shamed By Turtleboy Sports

...and, presumably, unemployment in the not-so-distant future. The truncated version of the story is this: Wicked Local Maynard reporter Holly Camero wrote a story about a local resident who claimed he...

Globe Ignores Latest Warren/DNA Scoop By Times

The Boston Globe regularly publishes stories from the New York Times, and usually on the day that they appear in the Times. So it's perplexing that this article about Elizabeth Warren -- which...

Awful Lede Of The Week Award: Buck Anderson of the Salem News

Writing in newspapers seems to be getting worse by the week, and it seems to be at its lowest at the once great local dailies and weeklies that used...

Globe Spotlight Editor Defends Another Aaron Hernandez Story

Boston Globe readers were questioning yet another Spotlight team story on Friday's front page about Aaron Hernandez. As one poster on the Facebook group for Globe subscribers noted, "there certainly...

Another Globe Column Posing As A Holiday Feature

Is the Boston Globe's Beth Teitell a columnist now? That seems to be the only way to explain her first person, front-page account of her internal debate on whether or...

Ex-Globie Goes After Current Globie Leung

Hilary Sargent -- yes, that Hilary Sargent -- took to Twitter to rip Globe columnist Shirley Leung Friday afternoon. Leung had a column in Friday's editions that was takedown journalism...

A Day In The Life Of The Globe’s Dugan Arnett

Dugan Arnett is the Boston Globe's latest "solution" for a problem that has plagued newspapers for decades: attract younger readers. I know, I was once one of those solutions, given a...

Worth A Listen: Herald’s 2015 Interview With Stan Lee

The Boston Herald doesn't do much in the way of creating new content these days -- kind of hard to do when you don't have much of a staff left --...