Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

The People Paper -- coming soon to a theater near you?

Behold the trailer for the upcoming "Black and White and Dead All Over," which if you haven't guessed is about the so-called newspaper industry but especially the PDN. It features some great street-repporting shots of my colleagues Barbara Laker and Wendy Ruderman (who's left for asphalt-ier pastures) and interviews with other co-workers, as well as some old geezer from Washington who prattles on about the old days of Watergate. If you like what you see, vote for Barbara and her new partner-in-crime-reporting David Gambacorta as journalists of the year.

The People Paper -- coming soon to a theater near you?

Behold the trailer for the upcoming "Black and White and Dead All Over," which if you haven't guessed is about the so-called newspaper industry but especially the PDN. It features some great street-repporting shots of my colleagues Barbara Laker and Wendy Ruderman (who's left for asphalt-ier pastures) and interviews with other co-workers, as well as some old geezer from Washington who prattles on about the old days of Watergate. If you like what you see, vote for Barbara and her new partner-in-crime-reporting David Gambacorta as journalists of the year.

I was so inspired that I'm working on a couple of newspaper stories, so light blogging for now. Talk about the fiscal cliff, or Jimmy Cliff.

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