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Keeping broadcast media local in the dereg era

Rick Sellers might be the ultimate business leader in the Corridor. He just sold radio station KMRY for $700k. He bought it (as the majority...

Meet the newest journo in town

By Joe Coffey | The Fifth Estate It isn’t unusual for a media critic to write about a long-time journalist who is retiring. It’s interesting...

COVID-19 reshaping media world 

By Joe Coffey | The Fifth Estate While many types of businesses are waiting for a return to normal, the coronavirus is forcing local media...

The inaugural Rando Corridor Media Audit

By Joe Coffey | The Fifth Estate One of the best and worst things about the internet is that you can’t control it. For local...

Picture this: Compelling local media images

By Joe Coffey / The Fifth Estate Corridor media outlets, please figure out how to put engaging, fitting, real images on the stories you produce. At...

School walkouts are made-for-media events

By Joe Sheller / Media Column You couldn’t escape reminders of the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shootings in the local news media...

KGAN offers window into Sinclair strategy

By Joe Sheller / Guest Column Back in July, comedian and media commenta­tor John Oliver ran a segment on his HBO show, “Last Week Tonight”...

KGAN offers window into Sinclair strategy

By Joe Sheller / Guest Column Back in July, comedian and media commenta­tor John Oliver ran a segment on his HBO show, “Last Week Tonight”...

Television’s 50 shades of pay

By Joe Sheller / Guest Editorial British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke had a daydream in the 1940s. What if artificial satellites were placed...

How well do you know your news outlets?

Joe Coffey / The Fifth Estate The research phase of many a local news story involves a reporter checking out a company’s website to get...

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