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Wrong Target?
Journal Sentinel slaps Mary Burke for repeating its own error.

A Marriage Made in Madison
Merging with The Progressive, the Center for Media and Democracy burrows more deeply into the media world.
| 4/3/2014
Bye-bye GannettBlog
The best source on America’s largest publisher reflects on Wisconsin’s role in the future of the company.
| 3/7/2014
On Second Thought
Questions planned for the news media get scrapped over allegations of government intrusion.
| 2/28/2014
 
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Wrong Target?
Journal Sentinel slaps Mary Burke for repeating its own error.
Erik Gunn | 4/18/2014
A Marriage Made in Madison
Merging with The Progressive, the Center for Media and Democracy burrows more deeply into the media world.
Erik Gunn | 4/3/2014
Bye-bye GannettBlog
The best source on America’s largest publisher reflects on Wisconsin’s role in the future of the company.
Erik Gunn | 3/7/2014
On Second Thought
Questions planned for the news media get scrapped over allegations of government intrusion.
Erik Gunn | 2/28/2014
A Turn for the Better
The Journal Sentinel’s latest series on law enforcement avoids the mistakes of past work – and readers are better served as a result.
Erik Gunn | 2/6/2014
Rod Stewart’s Tiny Worlds
The man can sing, but he can also build one heckuva model railroad. How a Waukesha-based magazine broke the story.
Erik Gunn | 1/28/2014
No More Business as Usual
A new look, new name, new approach and some new people for the Milwaukee Business Journal.
Erik Gunn | 1/23/2014
On a Mission
Meg Kissinger’s reporting on mental health is rooted in her personal connection to the subject – and years of investigation.
Erik Gunn | 12/23/2013
In Praise of Beat Reporters
How a bit of fumbling reminded me of the importance of these journalistic specialists. Plus: Reporters name their favorites.
Erik Gunn | 12/16/2013
On the Passing of this Magazine's Publisher
Betty Q. wrote famously that the "first amendment starts here," and it did.
Erik Gunn | 12/13/2013

Erik Gunn
Contributing Editor
Milwaukee Magazine Contributing Editor Erik Gunn has written for the magazine since 1995. He started covering the media in 2006, writing the award-winning column Pressroom and now its online successor, Pressroom Buzz. Check back regularly for the latest news and commentary of the workings of the news business in Milwaukee and Wisconsin.
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