Tag Archives: Boston Now

Innovation: An interview with GlobalPost.com co-founder Charlie Sennott

Posted on 07. Nov, 2008 by .


Chris O’brien writes at the Next Newsroom Project…. Charlie Sennott, a former foreign correspondent for the Boston Globe, likes to say he had one of the last great rides in international reporting. He came up as a metro reporter, got sent overseas, and got to do international reporting for the paper he loved. But when […]

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The people formerly known as the audience

Posted on 10. Oct, 2007 by .


Participants: Dan Pacheco, Northwest Voice, John Wilpers, Boston Now; Jarah Euston, Fresno Famous; Dan Barkin, Raleigh News and Observer Moderator: David Cohn The panelists talked of their development of user-generated content on the local level, involving those who Barkin called “people formerly known as the audience.”

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John Wilpers – BostonNOW

Posted on 15. Sep, 2007 by .


Introduction and Narrative: BostonNOW, a free metro paper, launched in April of 2007 after Russell Pergament, most recently from AM New York, hooked up with Dagsbrun, an Icelandic media company, for financial backing. John Wilpers, former editor of the Washington Examiner, was brought on board to help shape the emerging free metro as its editor. […]

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