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"lee enterprises" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

10:02 min | 3 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on On The Media

"To not to be able to buy your sons, daughters, grandbabies the food in that they need. Doom. Favor. is asked. Stop. Stopping. Other. Speakers included Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes US Congressperson gwen Moore and a speaker whose name we still don't know who strayed way off message. Those words of rage and despair played into the very race war fears being stoked by trump the GOP end the right wing media sphere. So what does the daily Connotion News put in its headline? That outlines expression of anguish the inflammatory threat. Daniel Thomson was digital editor at the Kenosha News until Saturday when he resigned over his objections to the headline. Daniel Welcome on the media. Thank you for having me. So. You texted the boss executive editor, Bob Highs, and said what? I screen shot the headline I circled in red and I sent him text saying I want to know exactly who wrote this headline I signed a few more talks. The last one I think stating that I don't know if I can associated with a company after this and I need to call them down but I want you to know immediately and you can tell by my wording that I didn't believe that Bob was the one who wrote the headline. And heiss replied now did he say? Daniel, it seems newsworthy to me, but it's the Kenosha news is only black editor. Perhaps, you are sensitive to something that I just don't see. Let me mull this over and think about the context and the likely effect of this decision I is that what he said That is not what he said. His reply was that I should guess calm down he said that it was a direct quote from the event and that it was a public threat. And therefore kind of saying about it was a valid thing to put in the headline. That led to me saying that I quit. Now. I should observe that the decision to highlight one moment. Out of a long day of speeches is not in and of itself bad journalism. No we are trained to focus on the most newsworthy detail even if it's only an instant but if the instant that you choose to journalistically isolate mischaracterizes the news event and inflates an outlier moment especially in this environment stokes fears. You believe what I believe that you're being responsible. And it's been in my experience, even covering protests that the way that people have thought about approaching stories in the past. Does Not do justice to stories revolving around issues such as justice for Jacob Blake George Floyd Brown Taylor police accountability and things like that because in these situations are very tense very volatile it's almost more important to setup the context completely in which they're taking place before you start throwing out these big quotes. In the past when you flag issues of insensitivity or Nuance Heis and other editors listened and as I understand, it often accommodated your concerns. Yes. That's almost what makes it more surprising is because we did have a relationship where I was very vocal about things that I didn't agree with we could talk about these things and in the end maybe they saw my point maybe they didn't but more often than not if my point was valid things were adjusted. We invited Bob Heist to speak to us he declined. But he did give us a quote which has our staff has been working tirelessly to cover the protests and civil unrest in Kenosha. The community depends on us and we are working under challenging circumstances. We are telling all sides of the story with photos, videos and stories, and we will continue to do so. Now, you want an apology from the paper to the Blake family at a minimum. That isn't one is it? No but I do understand here's the thing. The KENOSHA office is taking a lot of heat right now for something that was not the fault of anybody in that. Office. Besides you know my interaction with Bob. I've said, I would not name the person publicly, but I'm comfortable saying that person did not work in that Kenosha. In ways that makes me even more angry that. Lee Enterprises and publisher mark. Lewis who oversees Wisconsin Valley Media Group, which is Connotion News Journal Times and Lake Geneva Regional News. He hasn't said anything either and I'm sure he knows exactly who did it too but he's leading Bob and the KENOSHA staff take all the heat. This summer the New York Times media columnist. Ben Smith wrote about. The generation of black journalists who covered Ferguson in two thousand fourteen. He connected their experiences then to changes that we're seeing in American newsrooms. Now, as they quote, try to find common ground between a tradition that aims to persuade the widest possible audience that it's reporting is neutral and journalists who believe that fairness on issues from race to Donald Trump require clear moral calls. Was the decision to stand by. This headline. Immoral? Wraps. I still wonder in the back of my head how we got here. But I've thought there are a few options for one. There is the possibility that it is a boss who has been working tirelessly and working many hours and doing so because he's short staffed because of cuts by the parent company over the years. Who is lacking sleep and probably angry and then he has an employee. Basically address him in a tone of complete insubordination. Was it a pride thing. Was it anger? Was it a combination of just what he was dealing with? Probably. Was it a moral stand? Maybe. And then there's the third option of. Bob Wasn't the one who did it, but he wasn't also GonNa throw the person that did do it under the bus. So as much as people. WanNa. Give me credit I think Bob should also get credit to. Because even though this wasn't his fault, he hasn't put the blame on anybody else. Well you're clearly fair-minded and began that which I expected to tell you the truth under these circumstances. Which makes me wonder going back to that Ben Smith column whether you agreed at the time or embrace the notion that the rules of journalism. which cleaved so heavily on being disinterested observers do have to change under the circumstances of social and. Economic Injustice. Are you radicalized by this experience? It radicalized me at first if you see my tweet and everything my sudden angry almost dictator like call for this person to publicly apologize or I'm going to name them. Yes. I had a radical moment. I was angry. And I'm thankful that people actually responded to that sweet and questioned me on it. And as the day went on as my anger dissipated I starting to see their point it would be almost the most hilarious example of hypocrisy. To rail against my former employer one day for their irresponsible acts that put the black community or even the local community in general endanger. When I'm threatening to do the same thing but not to a community to a specific person and a specific family. In that moment I realized that I had become the equal opposite reaction of what they did. So yes. There were moments where I kind of lost control, but now back in control. Back to more objective perspective of things. And I'm happy to be. One last thing Daniel. When this happened during this momentous. Episode and the struggle for social justice and Against Racism and police brutality. You were the only black fulltime member of that newsroom. The story isn't over in fact, would sing other coverage is beginning to peel back. Even, more of the layers of social injustice in Kenosha in particular but. Now. There's Zero full-time black employees of the Kenosha News. Do you think in the end this episode will. Help the proper telling of a complex and Heartbreaking story or have you walked out with the only sort of institutional knowledge required. To keep that coverage. Honest..

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This year's budget is a more than $11.5 billion spending plan. Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM charges have been filed against a man accused of shooting two Chicago police officers yesterday during an early morning traffic stop in home and square. Police say the suspect grabbed a gun and opened fire after the officers were forced to break out the vehicle's windows. A third officer shot the suspect. After arriving on the scene. Body cameras were being worn by the officers who are part of the sea PDS Summer Mobile Patrol unit. Both officers and the suspect are expected to survive. Jacob Blake's shooting is bringing the issue of police body cameras back into the spotlight in Kenosha, Kenosha Police department has never equipped its police with body cameras and so bystanders shaky cell phone video. Remains. One of the only videos had captured the shooting. Lee Enterprises, newspapers reports. A sampling of 80 Midwest Police Department's revealed more than half of those agencies still do not use cameras out of that sample. 43 police agency spanning Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota reported officers not wearing body cameras off those 13 agencies reported also not using in car squad cameras. A burner. This radio one of five point charges Air now filed against three man accused of breaking into homes in the western suburbs and shooting a homeowner last week. John has been denied for 22 year old Malik pits of Chicago and 21 year old Isaiah Johnson of Blue Island. Alleged getaway driver 22 Year old key Tory Jackson of Chicago is being held on $500,000 bond. Prosecutors say the three first broke into a Wheaton home early last Sunday, where they assaulted an elderly woman and two young girls. Later that morning. The men are accused of doing the same in Lombard. In that incident, Investigators say a male homeowner was shot during a struggle, though he is expected to recover any day NewsRadio 105.9 F W B B M news time. Nine away traffic and weather together on the eights sponsored by North Shore University health system, Here's Bo Duran. Pretty mellow Monday morning on our expressways in tow. Francisco would know evens delays in around bound the Kennedy and bound so past Harlem to Nagel, then again from before Addison to diversity, And as you approach the burner change, So you put this all together on the Kennedy and bound 29 minutes from O'Hare, 16 and from the junction in the local lanes, the express lanes are moving at the speed limit on the in bound trip, and the outbound Kennedy is all clear. Tender Montrose. It's 20 minutes from downtown to O'Hare. Eisenhower. Inbound, Slow passed Ninth Avenue to display NHS 32 from round 3 1919 from Mannheim. The outbound Ike is all good. The Stevenson mainline lays on the in bound side. But the ram for the inbound and rides pretty backed up again. The Dan Ryan on the In bound side, You are heavy from person to pass 35th where we have reported crash in the express lanes. It's still slow up to Roosevelt Passages. Well, 27 minutes from 90 50 downtown, but the outbound Ryan good 57 year. Okay? The Bishop Ford is clear in Lake Shore Drive looking Good north and South Tri State Tollway north pencil approaching to 90 with no South bound issues on the Jane Adams. We're all clear the Reagan told Ueno eastbound delays westbound on the Reagan from Rafferty, 90. We all others roadwork in the right lane and that work and scheduled until three this afternoon. On 3 55 north down. You're going to see some roadwork today from Butterfield to Roosevelt. It's in the right lane and that is scheduled until six. No round 53 problems with I A D All clear and Juliet 80 94 Westbound is heavy from Ripley too, before I 65 but only spend delays on 80 94 on I 65 north and South bound, You're looking good. The Indiana toll road all clear both East and westbound through Hammond and Gary. Next traffic report at 9 18 years.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Officials today gave details about the 11 people who have most recently died from Kobe 19 8 of them and Cook County and one of them a woman in her thirties. The Illinois Department of Public Health also announced that the state has more than 1900 new cases of Corona virus and with the 11 new deaths, the state's total death toll stands at 8000 and 19. The preliminary seven day statewide positivity rate is 4.2%, Dave Marceta, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Dive crews are searching for a man who fell into Monroe Harbor this evening, According to Chicago police. The 32 year old man fell off a boat about 605 P M into the harbor in the 400 block of East Monroe Street and never resurfaced. Divers with the Chicago Police Department in Chicago Fire Department were sent in to search for him. Chicago Fire officials announced that after looking for the man for two hours, the search had officially become a recovery mission led by Chicago police and United States Coast guard. The shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is bringing the issue of police body cameras back into the spotlight. The Kenosha Police Department has never equipped its police with body cameras and so bystanders shaky cell phone video remains. One of the only videos had captured the shooting. Lee Enterprises, newspapers reports. A sampling of 80 Midwest Police Department's revealed more than half of those agencies still do not use cameras out of that sample. 43 police agency spanning Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota reported office. Who's not wearing body cameras off those 13 agencies report also not using in car squad cameras. A burner. This radio one of five point NFL. They're called zoom bombers and their hijacking several suburban schools, online classrooms. W BB EMS Rachel Pearson reports Emerson Middle School and Niles said during its first day of online learning. An unknown hacker used inappropriate, racist, religious, hateful and homophobic language. Peter Gill, a spokesman for school District, 64, tells the Sun Times there were a total of nine incidents during the first week of school, and Emerson isn't the only one that's had issues with zoom bombers. Tony Sanders, Superintendent of school District, U 46. Elgin says there have been at least two instances when unauthorized people disrupted online classes. Rachel Pearson, NewsRadio one, or 5.9 FM The Illinois Supreme Court says anyone entering a courthouse in the state should be wearing a face mask to prevent the spread of Corona virus. The state's highest court issued an order Thursday, including facemask and its rules governing who was admitted into court houses, saying it applies to judges, court staff attorneys, jurors and others Overall in Illinois, there have been more than 233,000.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha is bringing the issue of police body cameras back into the spotlight. The Kenosha Police Department has never equipped its police with body cameras and so bystanders shaky cell phone video remains. One of the only videos had captured the shooting. Lee Enterprises, newspapers reports. A sampling of 80 Midwest Police Department's revealed more than half of those agencies still do not use cameras out of that sample. 43 police agency spanning Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota reported officers not where Lean body cameras off, those 13 agencies reported also not using in car squad cameras. Hey. Bernard is Radio, one of five point out of a seven year old girl is dead after a drive by shooting in South Bend last night. Police say the girl was at another child's birthday party when she was shot to death. Investigators believe multiple shots were fired by a car driving past the home, although there were numerous people in front of the house when the shooting happened. On ly the child was hit. 11. More Illinois residents have died of Cove It 19 the Illinois Department of Public Health today announced that the state has more than 1900 new cases of the virus in the previous 24 hours, including 11. Additional confirmed deaths and eight of them are in Cook County and one of them a woman in her thirties. The preliminary seven day statewide positivity rate, his 4.2% DuPage County Board has approved $1.5.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

"A Connecticut Indian tribe is withdrawing its decades long support of Indian related team names reversal has unsettled many people in Montville Connecticut where the high school teams are called the Indians with the former blessing of the Mohegan tribe the native American tribe traces its local history back centuries and today operates one of the world's biggest casinos the tribe in the school system have communicated over the years to make sure that the name honors American Indians and is not used in a derogatory way the mayor Ronald McDaniel said the school system will follow up with a try but the name has never been a source of friction until now hundreds of ice fishermen have been rescued by Russia's emergency services after getting stranded on a giant ice flow that broke off an island in eastern Siberia it took nearly seven hours on Tuesday for crews to rescue the five hundred thirty six fishermen footage showed groups of people using smaller piece of the vices rafts and trying to run billionaire Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business well he's been a lifelong fan newspapers he said for several years he expects most of them to continue on their declining trajectory except for a handful of national papers like The New York Times and the Wall Street journal he selling all the Berkshire Hathaway thirty one daily newspapers in forty nine weekly publications to Lee enterprises for a hundred forty million dollars that includes the Omaha world Herald in Nebraska and the buffalo news in New York also the Tulsa world in Oklahoma and the Winston Salem journal in North Carolina newspapers make up just a small part of Berkshire Hathaway which owns an assortment of more than ninety companies and holds major investments in companies like coca Cola apple and Wells Fargo.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

"Listening to the AP digital news network billionaire Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business well he's been a lifelong fan newspapers he said for several years he expects most of them to continue on their declining trajectory except for a handful of national papers like The New York Times and the Wall Street journal he selling all the Berkshire Hathaway thirty one daily newspapers in forty nine weekly publications to Lee enterprises for a hundred forty million dollars that includes the Omaha world Herald in Nebraska and the buffalo news in New York also the Tulsa world in Oklahoma and the Winston Salem journal in North Carolina newspapers make up just a small part of Berkshire Hathaway which owns an assortment of more than ninety companies and hold major investments in companies like coca Cola apple and Wells Fargo a Gaston the PBS show antiques roadshow fell to the ground when he found out the current value of his Rolex watch the man said he paid nearly three hundred forty six dollars for the watch in nineteen seventy four while serving in the airforce he planned to use it to scuba dive but decided it was too nice and tucked away in a safe deposit box until he brought it to show taping in North Dakota appraiser Peter planes of the watch was similar to one once worn by Paul Newman that options for two hundred thousand dollars and because it had the tiny word oyster inscribed in the face it's extremely extremely rare which could double the value the men toppled to the ground when he learned it could sell for four hundred thousand dollars and when he regained his footing planes told him because the watch was in pristine condition it could fetch up to seven hundred thousand despite a good economy the federal budget deficit will hit is symbolic barrier A. P.'s atomic wire reports the Congressional Budget Office says for this fiscal year it's expected to push past one trillion dollars it's been some eight years since the federal government spent a trillion dollars more than a token but this fiscal year according to the Congressional Budget Office the trump administration is expected to do just that unlike the last such deficit in the Obama white house's fourth straight year spending its way out of a recession this one comes during an economic expansion economists blame the truck tax cut and the budget deal than this one comes during an economic expansion economists blame the truck tax cut and the budget deal then increase spending on both defense and domestic programs the CBO estimates that the yearly deficits will remain above a trillion dollars with the total deficits in the next ten years of thirteen trillion dollars Tim acquire Washington question time in the trunk trial I'm to acquire the AP news minute members of the Senate are questioning the house prosecutors and president trump's defense attorneys on this first day of questions in trump's impeachment trial during a break Utah Republican senator Mitt Romney told reporters he favors calling former national security adviser John Bolton to testify John.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

"Kobe Bryant's body and some of the other crash victims have been identified a piece of my grass you has the latest the remains of Kobe Bryant and three others have been positively identified by the medical examiner corner through fingerprints taken from remains recovered at the site of the helicopter crash in which nine people were killed Sunday in Calabasas California along with Bryant John L. to belly Serra Chester and the pilot error is a buy and have been positively identified national transportation safety board member Jennifer Harman D. said Tuesday the helicopter crashed after a sudden descent to the descent rate for the helicopter was over two thousand feet a minute it will take months to determine the cause of the crash but the helicopter was flying in heavy fog that grounded law enforcement aircraft hi Mike Crossey checks of international travelers are being expanded in the US for signs of a new virus from China eighties show we have a report at the same time Americans are being told their risk is very low the latest update was led by health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are Americans should know that this is a potentially very serious public health threat but at this point Americans should not worry for their own safety so far he says there are five confirmed cases of the new virus in the US part of the risk we face right now is that we don't yet know everything we need to know about this virus but I want to emphasize that does not prevent us from preparing and responding the CDC has already been checking arrivals at five US airports now they say they're beefing up screening at fifteen more what they call quarantine stations around the country shortly after Washington billionaire Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business well he's been a lifelong fan newspapers he said for several years he expects most of them to continue on their declining trajectory except for a handful of national papers like The New York Times and the Wall Street journal he selling all the Berkshire Hathaway thirty one daily newspapers in forty nine weekly publications to Lee enterprises for a hundred forty million dollars that includes the Omaha world Herald in Nebraska and the buffalo news in New York also the Tulsa world in Oklahoma and the Winston Salem journal in North Carolina newspapers make up just a small part of Berkshire Hathaway which owns an assortment of more than ninety companies and hold major investments in companies like coca Cola apple and Wells Fargo.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

"Isn't when written report play the dolphins home in Miami is spinning foursome Casey teammate winning the Superbowl is one thing winning it in Miami is quite another for several Kansas City Chiefs were once Miami Dolphins players like quarterback Chad Henne in math more safety Jordan Lucas cornerback turned coach Sam Madison and running back Damien Williams who has fond memories but he won't be reminiscing come kick off I was on draft you know there was one of the first teams you know to call out of reach out to me and brought me in it and not a great four years or a loved every moment of even Chris lemons who went from the dolphins practice squad to the chiefs practice squad the surroundings may be familiar for some of the Superbowl is a whole new experience when Ruston Miami a Connecticut Indian tribe is withdrawing its decades long support of Indian related team names reversal has unsettled many people in Montville Connecticut where the high school teams are called the Indians with the former blessing of the Mohegan tribe the native American tribe traces its local history back centuries and today operates one of the world's biggest casinos the tribe in the school system have communicated over the years to make sure that the name honors American Indians and is not used in a derogatory way the mayor Ronald McDaniel said the school system will follow up with a try but the name is never been a source of friction until now billionaire Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business well he's been a lifelong fan newspapers he said for several years he expects most of them to continue on their declining trajectory except for a handful of national papers like The New York Times and the Wall Street journal he selling all the Berkshire Hathaway's thirty one daily newspapers in forty nine weekly publications to Lee enterprises for a hundred forty million dollars that includes the Omaha world Herald in Nebraska and the buffalo news in New York also the Tulsa world in Oklahoma and the Winston Salem journal in North Carolina newspapers make up just a small part of Berkshire Hathaway which owns an assortment of more than ninety companies and hold major investments in companies like coca Cola apple and Wells Fargo.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on AP News

"British Airways joins a growing list of airlines suspending or reducing flights to China he pees at Charles de Ledesma reports it comes as fears spread about the outbreak of a new virus that killed more than a hundred thirty people show bases announce it immediately suspending all flights to and from mainland China after the British government warned against unnecessary travel to the country I made the virus outbreak finesse Hong Kong based Cathay Pacific and Singapore based Jetstar Asia meanwhile cutting back on flights to the country as the mantra for trouble drops China has cut off access to the central city of Wuhan extended deal then increase spending on both defense and domestic programs the CBO estimates that the yearly deficits will remain above a trillion dollars with the total deficits in the next ten years of thirteen trillion dollars Tim acquire Washington the chiefs are getting ready for their first Super Bowl appearance in five decades and as the peas the Wayne written report play the dolphins home in Miami is spinning foursome Casey teammate winning the Superbowl is one thing winning it in Miami is quite another for several Kansas City Chiefs were once Miami Dolphins players like quarterback Chad Henne Ian mac more safety Jordan Lucas cornerback turned coach Sam Madison and running back Damien Williams who has fond memories but he won't be reminiscing come kick off I was on draft you know there was one of the first teams you know to call out of reach out to me and brought me in and and and have a great four years or a loved every moment of even Chris lemons who went from the dolphins practice squad to the chiefs practice squad the surroundings may be familiar for some of the Superbowl is a whole new experience when Ruston Miami billionaire Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business well he's been a lifelong fan newspapers he said for several years he expects most of them to continue on their declining trajectory except for a handful of national papers like The New York Times and the Wall Street journal he selling all the Berkshire Hathaway thirty one daily newspapers in forty nine weekly publications to Lee enterprises for a hundred forty million dollars that includes the Omaha world Herald in Nebraska and the buffalo news in New York also the Tulsa world in Oklahoma and the Winston Salem journal in North Carolina newspapers make up just a small part of Berkshire Hathaway which owns an assortment of more than ninety companies and holds major investments in companies like coca Cola apple and Wells Fargo.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Warren Buffett has owned his hometown newspaper. The Omaha World Herald for almost nine years. Now he's been in the newspaper business for more than forty but no more. The billionaire lover of local newspapers is famous Amos of course for his savvy investments in almost never selling often investment. That is making money. which kind of gives away? What I'm about to say Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Holding Company? We learned today is selling off all of its newspapers so if even Warren Buffett is admitting he can't make money and papers what hope is there marketplace's workplace Jackie Stewart has been gathering. Some opinions on Allen berkshire-hathaway is selling buffets accumulation of over thirty daily papers. Dozens of weeklies and digital operations nations for one hundred and forty million dollars. That includes the saint. Louis Post dispatch and buffets hometown paper the Omaha World Herald and threatened me as one more for nail in the coffin of the old ownership of newspapers bill gross game at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. He says buffet is famous for his long term. The value investments for the fact that he's getting out of the newspaper business one more negative signal for the future of local newspapers as we've known them and the by Lee Enterprises has already been managing most of the papers for Berkshire hathaway since two thousand eighteen. It says it sees up to twenty five million in cost savings the steel rick. Edmonds is the media business analyst at the POYNTER institute the consolidation like the lawn happening today gives the industry some breathing room there some efficiencies as wants to put the two companies together. That's what Gannett parents of USA Today and New Media Investment Group said that they were looking for when they merged create the largest newspaper group keep in the US last year. Local newspapers have been suffering for years. craigslist wiped out pages of paid print. classifieds social media sucked up lucrative secretive local ads. And it's getting tougher to fight for a slice of a household's media budget says Joshua Benton director of the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard. Now you're you're you're paying thirteen bucks a month net flicks. You're paying seven dollars or eight dollars for Disney plus all these other monthly subscription products are making people look at the substantial amount of money cases. They're paying for their daily print newspaper and saying you know what we can. We can just look at our phones in a statement today. Warren Buffett said. I am confident. Our newspapers newspapers will be in the right hands going forward. I'm Jackson from occupies a quick corporate earnings update. As we go on Boeing reported today as expected the seven thirty-seven Max has caused that company. Billions eighteen point six billion dollars to be exact that in turn led to the playmakers first annual loss in more than twenty years capitalism capitalism being capitalism now Boeing shares up one point seven percent today with that band aid ripped off starbucks reported yesterday better than expected is the lingo one reason sales of cold beverages like nitro cold brew and somehow even something called pumpkin cream cold brew. Whatever ever that is those sales have been hot and a nice little pick me up for afternoon? Sales typically a sleepy time for coffee joints afternoons. It turns out a kind of a dead zone for a lot of food. Food Retailers Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Reno has more on what some of them are doing to drum up business getting consumers to spend between lunch and dinner has been a perennial annual challenge for restaurants says consumer strategists are Jay Harvey with Morningstar. I mean that's why we have happy hour right speaking. It's been more some sort of coupon or discounts to drive people back in the afternoon starbucks actually tried that approach for a while offering discounts to morning customers if they returned the same day. But it wasn't all that effective until starbucks found that sweet spot for menu items with Special Appeal in the afternoon. It's the idea of snacking. Alex Alex Suskind teaches food and beverage management at Cornell and he's seen a rush by restaurants in recent years to better cater to the growing appetite for small bites and pick me ups APPs to has to be something that they maybe can't normally get or they wouldn't normally get in the morning in the regular evening period from ice blended coffee drinks. Thanks to absurd sounding limited edition fast food offerings like Dunkin's doughnut fries or Burger. King's Mac and cheetos flavor on the outside creamy Mac and cheese is on the inside. If that's not your idea of delicious health and wellness foods are also driving afternoon. Sales says Trevor Boonstra. A restaurant industry consultant with Alex. Alex partners so you do see the fizzy drinks being very popular including like cold press juices as well sometimes energy drinks. What people are looking looking for that recharge in the afternoon and that's exactly where starbucks has had success offering that hit of afternoon energy with cold brews and Boonstra says even if retailers can't get people into stores in the afternoon they can bring the stores to consumers with more mobile ordering and delivery? I Megan McCarthy Carino for marketplace circling back to starbucks. It's real quick earnings. Next quarter may well not be better than expected. The company said in its earnings announcement. Yesterday that has closed more than half of its four thousand stores in China because of the Corona Virus.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Six Israel preparing for protests after the announcement of a peace agreement with Palestine the media lines Lawrence rift in Israeli defense minister Naftali Bennett a prominent right winger says he will appoint what he called a special team to oversee the annexation of settlements and two other key parts of the west bank this after the trump administration unveiled its definitively pro Israel peace plan prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu is even more enthusiastic saying he wants to bring a vote on an expedition to the cabinet next week a minister and his government has now walked that back citing the need for preparation beyond that the Attorney General is yet to rule whether Netanyahu's caretaker government can even vote on a matter of such magnitude less than five weeks before an election I'm Lawrence risk in town hall news Jerusalem news and analysis of the media on dot org and town hall dot com Los Angeles firefighters rescuing terrified residents from the rooftop of the twenty five story high rise apartment building what when swept fire broke out on the sixth floor balcony and so choking smoke billowing through upper levels this morning Los Angeles deputy fire chief are mondo Hogan says no one jumped in there was there were no fatalities the one person was hanging off a ledge that was contemplating jumping individual investigators try to determine whether the fire was intentional Warren Buffett telling all Berkshire Hathaway's publications to Lee enterprises for one hundred forty billion but the covering thirty daily newspapers as well as forty nine paid weekly publications but that is set for several years that he expects most newspapers to continue their declining trajectory more of these stories at town hall dot com I'm John Scott sixteen AM.

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Warren Buffett exits newspaper industry

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Warren Buffett exits newspaper industry

"Warren Buffett is giving up on newspapers selling Berkshire Hathaway's newspaper operations to publisher Lee enterprises for one hundred forty million dollars includes the Richmond times dispatch as well as buffets hometown newspaper the Omaha world Herald lease papers include the Saint Louis post dispatch in the Arizona daily

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Buffett Is Giving Up on Newspapers

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Buffett Is Giving Up on Newspapers

"Billionaire Warren Buffett is giving up on the newspaper business he's selling all of Berkshire Hathaway's publications to Lee enterprises for one hundred forty billion dollars the deal announced today covers thirty one daily newspapers in ten states as well as forty nine paid weekly publications with digital sites and thirty two other print products but it is a life long fan of newspapers that he has said for several years that he expects most of them to continue on their declining trajectory save for a handful of

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On KYW over forty Donahoe with Bloomberg stocks climbing on solid earnings results from major bellwethers strong reports from apple and General Electric are pushing equities higher Boeing leading gain for the Dow on news that the plane maker burn less cash than expected stocks briefly fell earlier after pending home sales posted their biggest plunge since twenty ten Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business Berkshire Hathaway sold it's B. H. media unit and it's thirty daily newspapers to Lee enterprises for about one hundred forty million dollars Nissan will scale back its US sales operations closing to regional offices and offering buyouts to some of its staff the automaker is looking to regain its footing after a year of turmoil since former chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested I'm beyond meat and KFC are expanding their test of faux chicken nuggets after the success of initial trial in Atlanta starting February third beyond fried chicken will be available in about seventy K. F. C. locations with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. Courtney done how it's eleven fifty six if you ever thinking of for whatever reason turning your license plate upside down driving around with it don't do it a New Jersey motor cyclists there's been cited for turning his license plate upside down because he thought it was cool he's lost another bid to rescind a traffic ticket he got for doing so the New Jersey appellate court has ruled the ticket then the one hundred thirty nine dollar penalty that came with it for Scott to Roma were justified the ruling upheld the decision issued bios Somerset County judge the Roma clay the low claim the law's vegan doesn't prohibit an upside down license plate on a motorcycle but the court ruled it would lead to confusion doubt and mistake eleven fifty seven another Philadelphia politician is caught up on corruption charges coming up.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on KOMO

"And we want to tell people i'm sorry you're coming into the country illegally we don't want you in the country that's it it's now over the courts have long held that even non citizens have some rights of due process even some republicans say the president's call to deny migrants at dane court goes against the law for a nation of laws we will follow the law and else's country should know that does the president believes that undocumented immigrants have not process rights whatsoever just because you don't see judge doesn't mean you aren't receiving due process in an odd twist the president is now attacking a plan that doesn't seem to exist they came to me three days ago sure would like you to sign this order what does your water we need five thousand judges on the border i said judges what other country has judges the white house was asked repeatedly what the president was talking about what planned to add five thousand judges they couldn't name anything in fact the closest thing seems to be a proposal by republican ted cruz of proposal that the white house has suggested it supports that would increase the total number of immigration judges from about three hundred and fifty now to seven hundred fifty mats abc's jonathan karl learning more about the plane crash in detroit the left to texas couple did on sunday one survivor seventeen year old rolls out of the aircraft suffering third degree burns hospitalized in critical condition but he lost his parents his father greg bows and his wife julie seen here in a picture from their bars facebook page on the scene ntsb investigator say the cessna reported a landing gear problem then suddenly another issue the pilot reported having a fuel emergency there is potential that he did not take off his full fuel tanks a family member tells our affiliate ktar k the three were flying from their home in crosby texas to detroit can't believe that will be anything that he would have done i'll be surprised if it was a good pilot friends and family say greg bose was an avid flyer but he had not piloted a plane in many years records showing he purchased this aircraft in april of this year i was concerned with him on this airplane because he didn't have any experience in this type of airplane the plane it just flown by the tower look at that landing gear issue when the pilot then said he had the fuel issue that's abc's david curly it's eleven fifty propel insurance business update time here's your money now jennifer kushinka california federal court has dismissed climate change lawsuits against five oil companies by the cities of san francisco and oakland saying the complaints required foreign and domestic policy decisions that were outside the purview of courts city said sued chevron exxon mobil conaco philips shell and bp seeking money to help them address flooding they say is a result of climate change lee enterprises shares up eighteen percent after the company said it's teaming up with h media group to manage berkshire hathaway's newspaper and digital operations in thirty markets berko remained owner a beach media lee will be able to implement changes lee has nearly three hundred weekly and specialty publications ph media owns thirty daily newspapers and digital operations i'm jennifer kushinka with your money now we are still up across the board the dow is up one hundred eighteen and three quarters with an azteca showing growth of forty nine points as five hundred fourteen points into positive territory that your propel insurance business update more money news in thirty minutes traffic and weather next komo news time eleven fifty one hey you.

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General Electric, President and Harley Davidson discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

01:03 min | 2 years ago

General Electric, President and Harley Davidson discussed on WBBM Morning News

"Metro areas up two tenths of a percent street was looking for double data gain of about four tenths we'll have the consumer confidence reading for the month of june coming up in about a half hour from now general electric says it'll spin off at you congo based healthcare unit and die i best baker hughes stake as well ktar is prepping a vending machine operators selecta for a one billion dollar initial public offering and president trump now says harley davidson is using trade tensions as an excuse to move lanar corporation beat on its profit on strong housing demand the stock is up ahead of the open today and over the ridesharing company says it learned its london licensed fate with judge a judge's ruling a little bit later today and warren buffett taps lee enterprises to manage its many berkshire newspapers microsoft and immobile i n m o b i are collaborating to offer marketing capabilities today and orlando has ended its facial recognition program with.

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US news sites are ghosting European readers on GDPR deadline

The Tech Guy

02:03 min | 2 years ago

US news sites are ghosting European readers on GDPR deadline

"News outlets book european if you just search for that times you'd find yeah you're being used and then my guess is that i would bet yeah the zona daily star yup lee enterprises they're they're doing it okay okay mystery solved mystery solved the arizona daily star is blocking e you readers as is the saint louis post dispatch all the leeann prices papers early enterprise paper fortyone papers probably the star isn't even doing a self it's just the parent company said we're not because they don't wanna hire a data protection officer and change their policies and it's too much trouble it's not that it's in any way blocking their legitimate business efforts it's just too much trouble i'm glad we got to the bottom of this yeah leered thank you joy yeah you have a good day bye bye that's the way the tech guy i did a little research new york times article says new us news outlets block european readers over new privacy rules trunk which includes the chicago tribune los angeles times the eras ona daily star joys paper the paper she was trying to post from all our blocking access to their websites from europe as of yesterday because of the gdp are the general data protection regulation so when joy try to post that article from a star on facebook the star blocked it because they don't want any europeans to see their articles because then they'd have to change their privacy policy and it here to gdp are dick are you i think you're doing your gdp are disclaimers aren't you we are absolutely absolutely as i said on the website i said we don't.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Uhhuh these lines for friday may twenty fifth twenty eight see i'm sarah lane europe's new data privacy rules the general data protection regulation perhaps you've heard of gdp are came into effect friday a nonprofit or called none of your business as ready made data protection complaints about google facebook what's up an instagram arguing that users are being forced to give consent to keep using the services even though the law prohibits that another group in the uk called privacy international has launched a separate investigation into companies that do behind the scenes trading of personal data like axiom chriteco and quant cast the gdp are poses fines of up to twenty million euros or four percent of global revenues for breaking its rules some new sites were temporarily unavailable in the u following the gdp our deadline trunk which publishes the new york daily news chicago tribune la times orlando sentinel and baltimore sun posted a message explaining quotes unfortunately our website is currently unavailable in most european in countries were engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the u market lee enterprises which publishes forty six daily newspapers across twenty one states gave a similar statement quote were sorry the site is temporarily unavailable we recognize you're attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the european economic area including the eu which enforces the general data protection regulation and therefore cannot grant you access at this time sources tell bloomberg essential products inc startup co founded by android creator andy rubin is considering selling itself and has canceled development of new essential smartphones essential is reportedly considering a sale of the entire company that would be its patent portfolio and hardware products like the smartphone smart home device that's in the works and a camera attachment for the phone essentials engineering talent may be part of a deal as well last november ruben took a short leave of absence from the company amid reports about workplace misconduct during his time.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Uhhuh these lines for friday may twenty fifth twenty eight see i'm sarah lane europe's new data privacy rules the general data protection regulation perhaps you've heard of gdp are came into effect friday a nonprofit or called none of your business as ready made data protection complaints about google facebook what's up an instagram arguing that users are being forced to give consent to keep using the services even though the law prohibits that another group in the uk called privacy international has launched a separate investigation into companies that do behind the scenes trading of personal data like axiom chriteco and quant cast the gdp are poses fines of up to twenty million euros or four percent of global revenues for breaking its rules some new sites were temporarily unavailable in the u following the gdp our deadline trunk which publishes the new york daily news chicago tribune la times orlando sentinel and baltimore sun posted a message explaining quotes unfortunately our website is currently unavailable in most european in countries were engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the u market lee enterprises which publishes forty six daily newspapers across twenty one states gave a similar statement quote were sorry the site is temporarily unavailable we recognize you're attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the european economic area including the eu which enforces the general data protection regulation and therefore cannot grant you access at this time sources tell bloomberg essential products inc startup co founded by android creator andy rubin is considering selling itself and has canceled development of new essential smartphones essential is reportedly considering a sale of the entire company that would be its patent portfolio and hardware products like the smartphone smart home device that's in the works and a camera attachment for the phone essentials engineering talent may be part of a deal as well last november ruben took a short leave of absence from the company amid reports about workplace misconduct during his time.

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The Essential Phone 2 has reportedly been canceled

Daily Tech Headlines

02:01 min | 2 years ago

The Essential Phone 2 has reportedly been canceled

"Uhhuh these lines for friday may twenty fifth twenty eight see i'm sarah lane europe's new data privacy rules the general data protection regulation perhaps you've heard of gdp are came into effect friday a nonprofit or called none of your business as ready made data protection complaints about google facebook what's up an instagram arguing that users are being forced to give consent to keep using the services even though the law prohibits that another group in the uk called privacy international has launched a separate investigation into companies that do behind the scenes trading of personal data like axiom chriteco and quant cast the gdp are poses fines of up to twenty million euros or four percent of global revenues for breaking its rules some new sites were temporarily unavailable in the u following the gdp our deadline trunk which publishes the new york daily news chicago tribune la times orlando sentinel and baltimore sun posted a message explaining quotes unfortunately our website is currently unavailable in most european in countries were engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the u market lee enterprises which publishes forty six daily newspapers across twenty one states gave a similar statement quote were sorry the site is temporarily unavailable we recognize you're attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the european economic area including the eu which enforces the general data protection regulation and therefore cannot grant you access at this time sources tell bloomberg essential products inc startup co founded by android creator andy rubin is considering selling itself and has canceled development of new essential smartphones essential is reportedly considering a sale of the entire company that would be its patent portfolio and hardware products like the smartphone smart home device that's in the works and a camera attachment for the phone essentials engineering talent may be part of a deal as well last november ruben took a short leave of absence from the company amid reports about workplace misconduct during his time.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

The Longest Shortest Time

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

"Shannon is the protector for death legacy which hasn't always been easy for her especially what you've grown up in that shadow and the way she's handled it has taught me a lot about how to approach parenting my own kids and shannon is an extraordinary person in our own this is the longest shortest on debbie kamal bill sitting in for hillary frank thanks hillary so i'm a comedian and i have a amy winning tv show on cnn called indicted shades of america with w wmal though and also go host a podcast called politically react today i'm sitting down with shane lee daughter of the dragutin a survey that up for her i think she's cool with the it daughter of the dragon dragon i should just put that after my name here that would be on your business i should hand it was sound effects to player china in reality shame his business cards says ceo of bruce lee enterprises and the company she runs is completely devoted to the legacy of the martial artist movie star an international cultural icon that was also dad but bussi died when shannon was just a little girl so today she tells me about what is like being the daughter over here a little kid euro in trying to keep his ideals alive live long after he's been gone howard dad's lessons have helped her through her own drums and what she hopes her own teenage daughter will take away from the family legacy.

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"lee enterprises" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lee enterprises" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And google and then make their own deal for revenue sharing or you know how customer data's distributed they want to be able to do that collectively without getting accused of antitrust violations so they're asking for a new law and then there are also looking for better leverage so that they can get better deals than for example instant articles on facebook where papers essentially giveaway content drier hardline money you know yeah they want to do better than that shows so let me actually just polka sharp stick in the eye of the news media lines which is the name of this group as i said they didn't keep up digitally and now they want special treatment e oh yeah it's hard not to see it that way impacted the parallel for me is a little bit of the record industry when mp 3s came out and you could argue that they made very similar mistakes the the news business did not transition to digital soon enough to keep these add up dollars they they glommed onto the same kind of tactics that that social media was using click bait and slide chosen sauntered content that alienated consumers and then they did give away a ton of their content and their power to social media and to google and facebook because they thought it would be an easy way to reach audiences and now they need help the business model media though forever has been ads based right and so how how do we fix that yeah i mean i think that the allotted these moves do assume that the business model has to be based on ads what they're worried about his google in facebook sucking up all of these add dollars but they also winds simple things like the ability to have a subscription button for a newspaper and ways to pay wall articles that might help the truth is though that strong media antitrust laws help protect media and could have solve some of these problems earlier for example a lot of what happened to local and midsize daily newspapers is that they got bought by big companies like mcclatchy or lee enterprises which then consolidated cut costs laid off staff jeff relied more on wire services so you had weaker local news that doesn't entice people to subscribe that doesn't entice advertisers and so some of these business problems are of the businesses own making and you know ganging up.

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