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A Good Example of Aaron Kushner’s Media M.O. - Posted March 15, 2013
From the outset of Aaron Kushner's reign as owner-publisher of the Orange County Register, we've been impressed by his willingness to engage not just the community but also outside reporters and critics. In this... [FishbowlLA]

Change in OC Register's Political Advertising Policy Raises Eyebrows - Posted February 27, 2013
We're not trying to take Aaron Kushner's side here. But we do applaud the fact that this particular media company owner ... [FishbowlLA]

Neon Tommy Pays Its Staffers - Posted January 12, 2012
We caught this tweet from the feed of USC's online newspaper Neon Tommy yesterday. And it blew our minds! Neon Tommy is paying its student editorial staffers? That can't be right, can it? We exchanged emails with USC Annenberg director of digital news ... [FishbowlLA]

Slake 'War and Peace' Reading Tonight at Skylight - Posted July 21, 2011
It's been a little over a year since LA's only lit mag Slake made its debut. And tonight marks another milestone. The mag will be holding the first reading for its third issue "War and Peace" tonight at 7:30 at Skylight Books in Los Feliz. We're told there will be free... [FishbowlLA]

Rainey vs Stewart vs Cooper vs Lacey - Posted June 25, 2009
The slugfest continues. As we mentioned yesterday, VVM Executive Editor Mike Lacey responded via a blog po... [FishbowlLA]

James Rainey vs Jill Stewart Continues - Posted June 24, 2009
Michael Lacy, executive editor of Village Voice Media goes after Marc Cooper and James Rainey for their attacks on ... [FishbowlLA]

The Trial Of Jesse James Hollywood Continues - Posted June 18, 2009
Natasha Vargas-Cooper has published her second installation in her series about the trial of Jesse James Hollywood. Hollywood is being charged with the murder of local teen ... [FishbowlLA]

Drinking Problem? Or Drinking Solution? - Posted May 8, 2009
We may have mentioned once or twice that our preferred method of dealing with the economic downturn and the collapse of print media is alcoholism. To that end, your FBLA editors gathered at a Silverlake bar last night with some of LA's finest underemployed scribes. Linda Immediato, ... [FishbowlLA]

LAT FOB: Media: Where Do We Go From Here? Panel - Posted April 27, 2009
The "Media: Where Do We Go From Here?" panel was moderated by LAT media scribe James Rainey. The panelists were Voice of San Diego's Andrew Donohue, Marc C... [FishbowlLA]

Prof at Anneberg Said Sac Bee Outsourcing Governor Race Coverage to College Paper - Posted April 27, 2009
At the Media Panel, Marc Cooper, formerly of LA Weekly, current teacher at the USC Annenberg School said that the Sacramento Bee called him and wants to use the staff of Neon Tommy to cover the gubernatorial race because they don't have the staff to do it. "Neon Tommy, Tommy the Trojan."... [FishbowlLA]

Happy Tax Day or Don't Flame Me Bro - Posted April 15, 2009
Protesting about government spending during war time used to be just for hippies. Change we can believe in. Twitter just got nasty. Really nasty. It just became like the rest of the Internet. Twitter has erupted because of the teabagging protests organized by Dick Armey. Oh dear. So many many dick jokes -... [FishbowlLA]

The Limbaugh Challenge - Posted April 7, 2009
In a recent LA Times Op-Ed piece, conservative Andrew Klavan criticized the liberals who complained about Rush ... [FishbowlLA]

Go Vote Today! - Posted March 3, 2009
If you want to feel important - like you really matter - go vote in today's election. No one else will, so your opinion as to whether the mayor should actually have to campaign to get reelected or whether or not the incumbent city council person you've never cared about should... [FishbowlLA]

LA Weekly's Latest Layoff Party - Posted November 10, 2008
We crashed the LA Weekly's Laid Off Party in Glendale last night and then subjected all the 'guests of honor' to a series of photographs. Way to make ourselves popular. Pictured are Matthew Fleischer, Laura Steele,... [FishbowlLA]

Solomon, Blankley: Bikini'd - Posted October 9, 2008
When you think "Washington Times," you instantly think about cruising "through the eastern Caribbean." At least that's what the paper would like you to think. They've partnered up with CruiseForAmerica.com for a seven day voyage aboard Holland America cruise lines that will take them from Fort Lauderdale, Grand Turk... [FishbowlDC]

GOPs Goof and LA's Political Coverage - Posted September 10, 2008
The GOP has an official website - paid for by the RNC - the URL is notready08.com. Which makes us ask was wasreadyin2000.com taken? We got our local peeps on the political trail: -Marc Cooper's piece on ... [FishbowlLA]

LAT Dust Up -- The Fall of the Paper Blamed on Illegals! - Posted July 8, 2008
Today's question was: What's eating the L.A. Times? Would the paper be better off outside the Tribune Co. empire? All week, Marc Cooper and ... [FishbowlLA]

Dialing for Dollars: Eva Georgia's Big Severance at KPFK - Posted October 12, 2007
Marc Cooper does the math, as they say, and finds that KPFK paid nearly 9 months worth of severance pay to Eva Georgia, the controversial station manager. He writes: Even the infinitely wealthier Tribune Co., owner of the L.A. Times, rece... [FishbowlLA]

LA Weekly's Laurie Ochoa 's Letter to LA Observed - Posted September 27, 2007
LA Weekly EIC Laurie Ochoa's email to Kevin Roderick: Kevin, I know it makes juicier blog posts to tie everything that happens at the LA Weekly to some kind of Mike Lacey conspiracy against the very paper he owns, but Monday's item about the Weekly's new office location being Lacey's revenge on the... [FishbowlLA]

Morning Reading List, 09.20.07 - Posted September 20, 2007
Good morning Washington. Your bet is on Stephen Colbert over Jon Stewart in a fist fight. Roll Call's Moira Bagley celebrates a birthday today. ... [FishbowlDC]

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