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The O.C. Comes to Washington - Posted March 20, 2013
Cathy Taylor, formerly Editor of Human Events who was brought in from the Orange County Register, is returning to her old stomping grounds. Sort of, anyhow. She's opening up the Washington bureau o... [FishbowlDC]

Orange County Register Reclaims Its Daily Business Section - Posted October 1, 2012
For the first time since 2008, the Orange County Register has a standalone business section in a Monday print edition. It's the latest sign of the Aaron Kushner/Freedom Communications Inc.-led revival and a genuine cause for celebration. ... [FishbowlLA]

Orange County Register Front Page Put In Museum - Posted November 10, 2008
Orange County Register EIC Ken Brusic let his troops know that the paper's Nov. 5 front page was selected to be one of 25 (out of 700 submitted) for inclusion in Newseum's election day poster. Here's the letter Brusic forwarded to the rest of the staff, letting them know of the... [FishbowlLA]

BREAKING: Confusion At the Orange County Register - Posted October 17, 2008
Nervous staffers at the Orange County Register had been considered asking for voluntary layoffs this week, after news spread that future layoffs would include less generous severance packages. (Currently, staffers are offered to two weeks' pay per each year worked.) But when staffers asked EIC ... [FishbowlLA]

OC Register Layoffs Clarification - Posted October 13, 2008
Our sources think the O.C. Weekly's sources are full of bunk. True that on Thursday or so, Team Leaders (what other papers call "editors") briefed reporters that 25-30 people from the newsroom would be cut -- though they said the cuts would come this week, not last week as the Weekly... [FishbowlLA]

Judge Bans OC Register From Reporting On Its Own Lawsuit - Posted September 24, 2008
In a case that's sure to be studied by media law students for years to come, Superior Court Judge David C. Velasquez has "ordered The Orange County Register not to publish any articles about witness testimony in a $100 million class-action lawsuit brought by newspaper delivery workers." The judge also fined the... [FishbowlLA]

With Everyone Kicked to the Curb, OCR Biz Editor Leaving for TheStreet - Posted May 12, 2008
OC Register Editor Ken Brusic reportedly sent a memo out to the five or six people who still work at the paper, letting them know that biz editor Glenn Hall is leaving to become editor at TheStreet.com. Brusic sees fit to inform... [FishbowlLA]

BREAKING: Register Lays Off 80-90 Employees - Posted April 29, 2008
In a news story about the cuts, Register Editor Ken Brusic says, "In this round of layoffs, managers protected basic reporting and editing staff and targeted high salary employees, so that fewer people were laid off." But we know of at least four newsroom staffers who were shown the door. Names and... [FishbowlLA]

OC Register Editor Ken Brusic Announces Layoffs: Focus on the Light - Posted August 2, 2007
Chris Gardner gets another scoop! The OC Register newsroom got this memo at 11:20 from Ken Brusic, which must have caused an early lunchtime stampede: Folks, Most of you heard during town halls last week that revenue problems continue to plague our company and our industry. We learned, for example, that revenue was 1... [FishbowlLA]

FBLA EXCLUSIVE: Ken Brusic's Response to Newsroom Rancor - Posted March 14, 2007
Earlier this year, the Orange County Register started treating every one of its stories online as blog posts, allowing the riffraff readers of Orange County to post comments. The idea was to foster community discussion, but that discussion has at time ranged from disgusting to repugnant. Staffers have demanded that management ... [FishbowlLA]

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