For our show April 28, we sat down with journalist Chris Davis of the Memphis Flyer and took an in-depth look at the current landscape of the print newspaper and how we got here, based in part on Chris’ great reporting for his Flyer series Justice in Journalism, and his March 14, 2019 story “Going to Pieces” (link below).
The 240 and the parkways. East Parkway, Lamar, Bellevue, Jackson. The 240-Vollintine-Hollywood-Southern. Defining Midtown’s geographic borders can be grounds for arguments that never end. No matter the answers – as Vance Vawter said in a […]
SB 30 Episode 23: Talking the new school year, and busing, with Chalkbeat’s Caroline Bauman & Kathryn Palmer
On this week’s StoryBoard 30, host Mark Fleischer sat down with Chalkbeat’s journalists Caroline Bauman and Kathryn Palmer to discuss expectations for the new school year and Chalkbeat’s mission as a school news resource. And, […]
February 2, 1968 “Packing Unit Is Apparently Activated By Accident, Crushes Employees” The Commercial Appeal reporter Joseph Thompson’s stark headline made the front page that Friday morning, detailing the tragic deaths of two sanitation workers […]
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