The board of the Seattle chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) expresses its shock and sadness over last week’s announcement that Hearst Corp. has put the Seattle Post-Intelligencer up for sale and plans to shut it down if no deal is struck. This is a loss for the Pacific Northwest and diversity in […]
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The Seattle P-I’s parent company, The Hearst Corp., said Friday that it has put the paper up for sale and will stop publishing unless someone buys it in 60 days. If no buyer emerges, the paper would either become a Web-only publication or cease all operations.
“We’ve been on the knife edge all this time,” P-I managing editor David McCumber said Friday. “We finally slipped.”
Save the date: Our annual Lunar New Year Banquet is planned for Saturday, Feb. 7, at the new Wing Luke Asian Museum!Â Delicious food, new friends and great gifts await you. Stay tuned for details. It’ll be weeks after the swearing in of a new President, who happens to be born in the Year of […]
The Tri-City Herald, a McClatchy Co. newspaper in southeastern Washington’s growing and diverse communities of Kennewick, Richland and Pasco, needs an experienced city beat/general assignment reporter. To read the complete listing, click here. Job listings on AAJA Seattle and links to third-party job sites are provided solely as a convenience to members and do not […]