|The New Old Guard
A battle unfolds between Marquette students and faculty over the latter's vision of J-school education in an increasingly digital media climate.
Erik Gunn | 5/17/2013
Should news outlets let bloggers running for office tout their campaigns?
Erik Gunn | 5/2/2013
|Silenced But Not Shutting Up
What the closing of the Labor Press says about the news media and Wisconsin at large.
Erik Gunn | 4/3/2013
|News from the Other Half
The Neighborhood News Service shines a light on city life.
Erik Gunn | 3/26/2013
The author of a new book on New Orleans schools got a start in Milwaukee. And two Journal Sentinel reporters write a book on the Act 10 controversies.
Erik Gunn | 3/14/2013
|Filling the Gaps
Volunteers are trying to bring low-cost, low-power FM to Milwaukee.
Erik Gunn | 3/8/2013
|Going Through the Motions
What we lose when we write off “traditional” coverage.
Erik Gunn | 2/28/2013
M Magazine settles a lawsuit thanks to a Chicago legal aid group that helps artists.
Erik Gunn | 2/21/2013
|The One-Sided Scoop
A JS blogger broke news this week, but it took reporters to put the story in perspective.
Erik Gunn | 2/15/2013
|On the Sly
After a "Sly" move (ahem), the lefty Madison talker will share a megaphone with a conservative host. Wait, wait, we've got more puns ...
Erik Gunn | 1/31/2013