July 23, 2010

Chicago Reader | Romenesko Misc.
Geoff Dougherty‘s appointment is a surprise, says Reader press critic Michael Miner. “Dougherty has been closely identified with Chicago’s new journalism, and he famously asserted at the Chicago Journalism Town Hall early last year that for $2 million a year he could cover Chicago as well as the Sun-Times or Tribune.” || Read the press release.

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