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Editor & Publisher Podcast

Exclusive interviews with news media influencers.
Hosted by Bob Andelman with E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang and E&P managing editor Evelyn Mateos.


 

 

Wednesday December 4th: One-on-One with new America’s Newspapers CEO Dean Ridings


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Today, Dean Ridings, the new CEO of America’s Newspapers – an organization that resulted from the combination of the Inland Press Association and the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association – talks to Editor & Publisher editor-in-chief Nu Yang.

Ridings shares his thoughts on how America’s Newspapers will strengthen local journalism, where the news publishing industry is heading, and why newspapers are still an important part of the industry’s brand and mission.

“E&P Reports” is hosted by Bob Andelman.

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• America’s Newspapers: http://newspapers.org/

 

 

Wednesday Nov 27th: One-on-One with two 2019 EPPY Awards winners: The City Founding Editor Jere Hester, plus Cape Cod Times Digital Assignment Editor Jason Kolnos


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In our featured “E&P Reports” interview this week, Jason Kolnos, Digital Assignment Editor with the Cape Cod Times, talks to E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang. Kolnos, the 2019 EPPY Award winner for Best News or Event Feature under 1 million unique monthly visitors, used interviews and still photography to create a video about the one-year anniversary of the death of Police Sgt. Sean Gannon and the effects his death had in his community and with state lawmakers.

But first, Jere Hester talks to Nu about THE CITY, the newest independent, nonprofit news outlet dedicated to serving the people of New York.

THE CITY recently won three EPPY Awards in the under 1 million unique monthly visitors category for Best Daily News Website, plus Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Reporting for “On the Brink of Being Homeless in a Sanctuary City” and Best News or Event Feature on a Website for “A Solitary Death Sparks Prison Reform Push.”

“E&P Reports” is hosted by Bob Andelman.

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Complete list of 2019 EPPY Award winners

Cape Cod Times winning entry

THE CITY winning entries:

https://thecity.nyc/

https://thecity.nyc/2019/07/on-the-brink-of-being-homeless-in-a-sanctuary-city.html

https://thecity.nyc/2019/06/woman-who-died-at-rikers-island-was-in-solitary.html

 

 

 

Wednesday Nov 20th: One-on-One with Salt Lake Tribune Editor Jennifer Napier-Pearce on becoming a non-profit, plus 2019 EPPY Award-winning cartoonist Dennis Draughon on drawing broadcast conclusions!


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In our featured “E&P Reports” interview this week, Dennis Draughon talks to E&P contributing writer Rob Tornoe about what it means to be a political cartoonist … for Capitol Broadcasting/WRAL. Draughon, incidentally, is the 2019 EPPY Award winner for Best Editorial/Political Cartoon with under 1 million unique monthly visitors.

In breaking news, the Salt Lake Tribune drew a lot of interest in recent weeks when it was announced that the legacy Utah daily uprooted its financial structure and became a nonprofit news publisher. Tribune editor Jennifer Napier-Pearce talks to E&P contributor Sean Wood about what it all means for Salt Lake City – and possibly for your paper as well.

“E&P Reports” is hosted by Bob Andelman.

 

Wednesday Nov 13th: One-on-One with 2019 E&P Publisher of the Year P.J. Browning


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This week, “E&P Reports,” the official podcast of Editor & Publisher Magazine, features an interview with E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang and 2019 E&P Publisher of the Year P.J. Browning of the Post and Courier, where they discuss what it’s like being a publisher today (and yes, there is a light at the end of the tunnel).

In addition, E&P managing editor Evelyn Mateos interviews Jed Williams, Local Media Association’s chief strategy officer, who breaks down the Google News Initiative Subscriptions Lab and critical publisher benchmarks for digital subscription success.

 

Wednesday Nov 6th: TAKEN How police departments make millions by seizing property


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This week, on “E&P Reports,” Editor & Publisher Magazine editor-in-chief Nu Yang talks with journalists from The Greenville News, winners of the 2019  EPPY Award for Best Community Service on a Media-Affiliated Website. Investigative reporter Nate Cary and visual journalist Josh Morgan take listeners behind the scenes of their work on “TAKEN,” their series on civil asset forfeiture in South Carolina. Click here to WATCH/LISTEN now!

“E&P Reports,” the official podcast of Editor & Publisher Magazine, is hosted by Bob Andelman.
Click here to discover all of the 2019 EPPY Award winners.

 

Wednesday Oct 30th: Legendary Art Director Roger Black Advises on How a Good Design Can Help Newspapers Build Their Identity & David Coburn Discusses McClatchy’s EPPY Award for Best Podcast


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This week, “E&P Reports,” the official podcast of Editor & Publisher Magazine, features an interview with E&P editor-in-chief Nu Yang and McClatchy executive producer of audio Davin Coburn about the Charlotte Observer’s recent EPPY Award win for Best Podcast. In addition, Bob Andelman interviews legendary art director Roger Black. For more than 50 years, Black’s work was seen in such titles as Esquire, Reader’s Digest, Rolling Stone, Fast Company, Entrepreneur and Popular Mechanics. Black has also aided the redesigns of theLos Angeles Times, The Washington Post and a number of Hearst newspapers. In 2012, the Society of News Design presented him with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Make sure to read our web exclusive by Sean Wood.

 

 

Wednesday Oct 23rd: E&P Reports (Podcast): ” There’s No Crying in Newsrooms: What Women Have Learned”


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This week, we feature an interview with Arizona State University journalism professor Julia Wallace, co-author (with ASU’s Kristin Gilger) of “There’s No Crying in Newsrooms: What Women Have Learned About What It Takes to Lead.” The conversation, conducted by E&P Managing Editor Evelyn Mateos, delves into the struggles and successes of women in news media. Don’t miss Mateos’ related story online — which includes an excerpt from the book — and in the October print edition of E&P.

 

Wednesday Oct 16th: E&P Reports (Podcast): “New Sales Models for Media Companies”


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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): “The Safe Harbor Bill


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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): “For Better or For Worse”


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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): “Krogers Kicks Out Newspapers”
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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