This July saw the best-read day, week, and month in the history of the Vermont Daily Chronicle. My heartfelt thanks to you.
In Burlington, social media operators cancel a gay Republican candidate for City Council. Soooo ‘inclusive.’
Information and tickets are now available for the September 10-11 visit of two national media powerhouses: China expert Gordon Chang and author/interviewer Eric Metaxas.
Project 14, a new statewide media outlet funded by the University of Vermont, will be led by former Obama White House communications staff member, Meg Little Reilly, a Brattleboro native and UVM graduate.
The Journal Opinion, the community newspaper for Bradford and surrounding towns in a bi-state, quad-county readership area, won three awards, including 1st place in Spot News Photography, at the 2020 New England Newspaper and Press Association Better Newspaper Competition.
Conservative Twitter commentator Brad Broyles this morning called out Sen. Kesha Ram (D-Chittenden) for stoking the fire of anti-police sentiment after the deadly shooting of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. And Ram didn’t like it.
The Ethan Allen Institute, in partnership with Mass Fiscal Alliance, is sponsoring a virtual (Zoom) event with former press secretary for George W. Bush, current Fox News host, and author of the newly released Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons for Young Women (from a Former Young Woman), Dana Perino.
Journalist Auditi Guha bashed communities “full of white people” as “boring” on Twitter on March 15, just two days before VT announced her hiring as a senior editor at VTDigger.
On Saturday March 27, the Vermont Liberty Network will gather at noon on the State House steps to celebrate the Green Mountain Boys of many generations past who served in the cause of Liberty. Public access TV host Steve Merrill will be a guest speaker.
At a Feb. 24 public hearing, Welch said market forces created our polarized national media and suggested government funding as an alternative.