Category: Chris Daly

Empty cable calories: Why the White House press briefing shouldn’t be on TV anymore

Salon Chris Daly The daily White House press briefing has become, in 2017, a unique charadethat typically has little to offer beyond baffling soundbites… Expert quote: “I see a lot of bright, talented well-sourced people in that room absolutely wasting their time. They should be putting their talents to use in better ways.” View full article

Trib adapts to changing newspaper industry

TribLive Chris Daly, College of Communication Low subscription numbers and advertising rates in the Pittsburgh area eventually forced Trib Total Media to stop printing the Pittsburgh edition of the Tribune-Review and shift its focus to digital publishing, company President and CEO Jennifer Bertetto said…. Expert quote: “This is part of a trend that is slowly […]

Journalism experts doubt effect of Boston Globe’s fake anti-Trump front page

Sinclair Broadcast Group Lou Ureneck, College of Communication Chris Daly, College of Communication The Boston Globe may have attracted attention and generated buzz with its satirical “Donald Trump’s America” front page Sunday, but journalism experts are skeptical that it accomplished the editorial goals the paper set out to achieve… Expert quote: Ureneck: “This is the kind […]

Not All Change Is Progress: Why The Globe Should Bring Back Paperboys (And Girls)

WBUR “Cognoscenti” By Chris Daly, College of Communication Lately, the Boston Globe has earned some unwanted headlines for problems with its new home-delivery service. Reporters, editors and other Globe personnel have left their warm beds and leapt into the breach, using their cars to deliver the print version of the paper to their precious regular subscribers… […]

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Harvard Political Review Chris Daly, College of Communication Joseph Pulitzer once exclaimed, “Our Republic and its press will rise or fall together.” Just more than a century after the death of the famed newspaper publisher, cracks are slowly beginning to materialize in the foundations of both institutions… View full article quoting expert Chris Daly