Tagged: Max Brantley

Hutchinson, a Flawed Site and Defining Exploitation

Hutchinson, a Flawed Site and Defining Exploitation

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Gov. Hutchinson puzzled techies and Luddites alike by making a federal case out of what seemed to be a good Samaritan’s report that the Arkansas Pandemic Unemployment Assistance website was inadvertently revealing applicants’ Social Security and banking numbers. read more >

Papers in Peril, Part II: ‘Got to Reduce Our Costs’

Papers in Peril, Part II: ‘Got to Reduce Our Costs’

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Cutbacks at American dailies have been coming, well, daily, and Democrat-Gazette President and General Manager Lynn Hamilton put out a call last Monday for all employees to consider voluntary furloughs or perhaps working four rather than five days a week, at commensurate pay. read more >

Changing 'Times' and Prolonging 'Life'

Changing 'Times' and Prolonging 'Life'

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Alan Leveritt, the founder and publisher of the Arkansas Times, is so pleased with his publication’s rebirth as a monthly that he fears he’s tempting providence. read more >

Jim Bailey, Revered Arkansas Sportswriter, Dies at 86

Jim Bailey, Revered Arkansas Sportswriter, Dies at 86

Jim Bailey, who delighted Razorback fans, baseball addicts and boxing buffs for nearly six decades as one of Arkansas’ most knowledgeable and polished sportswriters, died Wednesday night after a decade of Alzheimer’s disease, his family said. read more >

A Reporter Is Beaten; Arkansans Can Relate

A Reporter Is Beaten; Arkansans Can Relate

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Arkansas Democrat photographer Will Counts captured the beating of newspaper reporter L. Alex Wilson outside Central High School in 1957, and his images stunned viewers then and have embarrassed Arkansas for 60 years. read more >

Time Gives Newsman Ernest Dumas Last Laugh

Time Gives Newsman Ernest Dumas Last Laugh

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In a two-hour, laughter-filled talk at a Little Rock coffee shop near his Hillcrest home a few weeks ago, Ernest Dumas held forth on Hillary Clinton’s likability problem, the infamous Arkansas Democrat editor John Robert Starr and the jumbled state of journalism. read more >

Matt Campbell of the Blue Hog Report Keeps on Digging

Matt Campbell of the Blue Hog Report Keeps on Digging

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Matt Campbell, viewing Arkansas politics with the eyes of a liberal outsider trained in the law, has brought down three major public officials in the last two years because, he says, he doesn’t like bullies and he thinks people should play by the rules. read more >

ArkTimes.com Paywall Delivers Just Enough

ArkTimes.com Paywall Delivers Just Enough

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As a blue voice in a red state, the Arkansas Times initially launched its online pay wall as a way for readers to cast their vote for the state’s most reliably liberal news organization. read more >