Mike Szymanski

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Patch Editor Remembers His Close Friend, Roger Ebert - Posted April 5, 2013
The only good thing about the death of Roger Ebert is that it has provoked an outpouring of Internet content residing far from a realm the critic never stood for: "... [FishbowlLA]

Sally Kirkland Pays Heavy Price for Film Festival Fall - Posted February 13, 2013
Studio City Patch local editor Mike Szymanski is a personal friend of actress Sally Kirkland. That connection enabled him to get to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank to ... [FishbowlLA]

AOL Patch-Work Approach Has Some Local Editors Stretched to the Limit - Posted January 14, 2013
This is not exactly the way AOL likely envisioned marching Patch into the critical operational year of 2013. Lately, when a site loses a local editor, one of the company's responses has been to upside-down replace the departing journalist. In lieu of a new hire, Patch is tasking a number of... [FishbowlLA]

LA's Oldest Patch Shares Intriguing Benchmark - Posted September 13, 2011
A year ago, the first Patch located within LA's city boundaries flipped the switch in Studio City with veteran journalist Mike Szymanski (pictured) at th... [FishbowlLA]

Topless Protest Averted, But Many Challenges Remain - Posted December 13, 2010
Today's Studio City Patch article "A Little School in C... [FishbowlLA]

Patch Hits South Pasadena, Press Club - Posted October 12, 2010
In these times of journalistic layoffs and media conglomerate belt-tightening, the rapid, ongoing Southern California expansion of community news hub venture Patch.com seems almost surreal. Yesterday, after some last-minute technical hiccups, the AOL seed-funded enterprise turned on the newest of its area websites, South Pasadena Patch, the same day the L.A.... [FishbowlLA]