The Wisconsin Department of Justice will pay at least $10,000 in Lakeland Times’ legal fees and costs in an open records case between the agency and the newspaper.
Peter Spicer, who spent about five years as a journalist for several Wisconsin newspapers, recently published his first book, according to the Waunakee Tribune.
Stuart Levitan, a former reporter for The Capital Times in Madison, has published his second book on the city’s history, “Madison in the Sixties,”
Lee Enterprises on Tuesday announced it had appointed to vice president Christopher White, a group publisher overseeing newspapers in Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and New York.
Jean Greenway, a Wisconsin native who in the 1980s served as a newspaper correspondent in southern Africa, died Tuesday, Nov. 27. She was 91.
Joann Renberg, who worked for more than 30 years as a reporter at the Kenosha News before retiring in 2005, recently passed away at age 83.
RACINE – The WNA and other media organizations have won the right to challenge a Racine County judge’s decision to seal a Racine alderman’s public records case. A three-judge panel of the District II Court of Appeals last week ordered Racine County Circuit Judge Eugene Gasiorkiewicz to “determine which specific documents” from the record, “if any,”…
Dorothy Gessert, a former journalist, died on Dec. 2. Gessert wrote for many newspapers and periodicals in Rock County throughout her career.
In any sales presentation, it’s not about the salesperson or the product they’re selling. It’s about the advertiser and what they want to buy.
“Reporting to Write,” is a concept in which journalists think and focus almost constantly on the story and its structure before, during and after the reporting process.