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An Evening with Dan Rather

  An Evening with Dan Rather

The Friends Foundation of Worthington Libraries and the Columbus Metropolitan Club are pleased to invite you to a special evening with legendary journalist and author, Dan Rather, as he discusses his latest book, “What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism.” From politics, the media, current events and our country’s most pressing issues– to inspiring words of […]

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Who will save local news?

Sandra Harbrecht Sandra Harbrecht Who will save local news?

You don’t need to be a journalist or a news junkie to know that traditional news has changed drastically over the past 10 to 15 years. Competition from online challengers has drained away newspaper readers, TV viewers and advertising dollars, which historically financed both newsgathering and business operations. While all traditional media face this challenge, […]

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Civic Discourse, Truth, and the Future of Journalism

Walker Evans Walker Evans Civic Discourse, Truth, and the Future of Journalism

National industry leaders in journalism gathered yesterday afternoon for a discussion on the topic of “Civic Discourse, Truth, and the Future of Journalism” at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Downtown Phoenix, AZ. The discussion served as the kick-off to the annual CEOs for Cities National Meeting, which Columbus served as host […]

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Life After NPR: Ohio’s Bill Cohen

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Life After NPR: Ohio’s Bill Cohen

If you’re a public radio listener, you can probably still here Bill Cohen’s voice inside your head. After almost forty years at the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau, Cohen turned off his microphone in 2013. Retirement, Cohen says, is liberating. He qualifies that statement, saying, “I absolutely loved my job as a reporter. I got to […]

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Outlook Magazine Expands Statewide This Summer

Walker Evans Walker Evans Outlook Magazine Expands Statewide This Summer

Outlook Magazine is planning to expand their reach this year as the Columbus-based monthly magazine branches out to distribute across the state of Ohio. “Geographic boundaries mean less than the issues and activism and culture that unite LGBT people in Ohio,” said Bob Vitale, Outlook editor-in-chief. “When a gay teacher is fired in Toledo, it affects […]

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Meet Some New Faces at Columbus Underground

Walker Evans Walker Evans Meet Some New Faces at Columbus Underground

Last week, Columbus Underground relocated into a new, larger office space on Gay Street in Downtown Columbus. And with a larger office space comes the ability to add new staff! You may have already spotted a few new names floating around this past week, but we wanted to take the time today to share some […]

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Columbus Underground Relocates Downtown Offices

 News Columbus Underground Relocates Downtown Offices

ColumbusUnderground.com continues to expand in 2013 with the relocation to a new office space at 14 E. Gay St. in Downtown Columbus. The company was previously located just down the street at 65 E. Gay St. “We’re committed to growing our business in Downtown Columbus, and very specifically wanted to stay on Gay Street,” says […]

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The Urban Living Tour returns (with strict safety guidelines) on Aug 30!

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