Media watchers say a combination of industry trends and business mismanagement are putting one of the state’s main news sources in jeopardy.
It’s unclear what fallout on Alaska media will be after a partnership between the state’s largest newspaper and one of the world’s largest wire services has dissolved.
The Alaska Dispatch and Anchorage Daily News websites Tuesday merged under a new name – Alaska Dispatch News.
Pat Dougherty was the Executive Editor of the Daily News and had been with the paper for 34 years. He’s speaking publicly about the sale for the first time.
McClatchy says it was not planning to sell, but saw the advantages after the Dispatch approached the company
A former Juneau Empire reporter says she was fired when she refused to set up a meeting between the publisher and a legislator on a bill that affects newspapers.
Real names now required to post remarks about articles and interact with other readers on the newspaper’s website.
The time has come to stop talking and start acting when it comes to changes in the Arctic. That was the message of a talk to the Juneau World Affairs Council this week by Alaska Dispatch owner and publisher Alice Rogoff.