Welcome to E&P Reports, where you’ll hear the latest headlines in news publishing and get access to exclusive interviews with news media influencers. New shows are posted every Wednesday and are available as an audio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast and anywhere else you listen to your favorite shows. It is also available as a video podcast on our YouTube Channel. Whether you watch or listen, we hope you’ll subscribe.
Podcasts are hosted by Bob Andelman with E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang and E&P managing editor Evelyn Mateos.
Wednesday Oct 16th: E&P Reports (Podcast)
This week, Editor & Publisher Magazine’s official weekly podcast, “E&P Reports,” features two exclusive interviews conducted by managing editor Evelyn Mateos: 1) Nick Johnson, McClatchy head of advertising, and 2) Janet DeGeorge of Classified Executive Training. Each discusses what today’s sales model would look like for media companies if they started from scratch. In addition, DeGeorge shares tips for ad reps and success stories taking place in newsrooms around the country. Don’t miss Mateos’ related story, “Reinventing the Wheel” online and in this month’s issue. BONUS: E&P Publisher Mike Blinder weighs in with a timely opinion piece about the untimely departure of anchor Shep Smith from Fox News: “Shep Say It Ain’t So!”
Wednesday Oct 9th: E&P Reports (Podcast)
Digital publishing columnist Rob Tornoe speaking with News Media Alliance president and CEO David Chavern as they break down for publishers the “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act,” otherwise known as the Safe Harbor bill. Be sure to also read Rob’s cover story “Taking on the Tech Giants” online and in this month’s issue.
Wednesday Oct 2nd: E&P Reports (Podcast)
Editor & Publisher Magazine’s new weekly podcast, “E&P Reports,” features host Bob Andelman talking with daily cartoonist Lynn Johnston, creator of “For Better or For Worse,” about the daily strip’s 40th anniversary, her relationship with late Universal Press Syndicate President Lee Salem, and the future of comics in daily newspapers. Be sure to also read Sean Wood’s story on Johnston here. We also have a conversation with Tom Jones, senior media writer at the Poynter Institute, talking about The New York Times controversial decision publish details about The White House whistleblower’s identity.
Wednesday Sept 25th: E&P Reports (Podcast)
Editor & Publisher Magazine’s first podcast features Sean Wood talking about his E&P exclusive, “Don’t Lose Local News’ Campaign Urges Kroger to Keep Weekly Papers in Stores,” and Bob Andelman interviewing John Weiss, founding publisher of the Colorado Springs Independent, about how the Kroger decision will affect his paper and other alt-weeklies around the U.S
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