TUESDAY’S LINKS: Wolf Is Longest-Jailed U.S. Journo, NYC Spanish Papers to Merge?, Designer Snubs ‘NYT’

By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, videographer Josh Wolf has become the longest-incarcerated journalist in U.S. history, Carolyn Hererra continues to snub New York Times repoters following a scathing review of one of her shows last year by the paper’s fashion writer Cathy Horyn, and a newspaper in Maine apologizes for an ad that seemed to advocate “wiping out the Jewish race.”


Maine pastor and newspaper apologize over provocative ad for sermon about anti-Semitism. (Portland Press Herald)

Josh Wolf is now the longest-incarcerated journalist in U.S. history. (New York Times)

Merger rumors for NYC’s rival Spanish-language papers. (New York Daily News)

Fashion Week designer snubs New York Times reporters for second show in a row after scathing review. (Women’s Wear Daily)

Most self-employed bloggers take in between $2,000 and $10,000 a month from ad sales, says Henry Copeland, founder of BlogAds.com, a Web advertising concern based in Carrboro, N.C. The few that have huge audiences make significantly more, he adds. (Wall Street Journal)

Simon Dumenco: In the wake of Money Honey-gate I’ve decided to adhere to higher-than-ever ethical standards. (Ad Age)

Yahoo debuts new ad system. (USA Today)

Charles Madigan: The latest “journalistic” craze is info-pimping. (Chicago Tribune)

Follow by Email
Visit Us

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *