Thomas Wheatley reports that Creative Loafing has sold its Charlotte and Tampa papers to SouthComm Inc. and that CEO Marty Petty, former publisher of the Poynter-owned St. Petersburg Times, has resigned. SouthComm, based in Nashville, Tenn., operates several niche publications, including Nashville Scene. Wheatley has a memo from Creative Loafing that says the company will focus on “brand value, audience and revenue growth for its flagship publications: Chicago Reader, Creative Loafing Atlanta and Washington City Paper.”
Morgan’s bombastic and trolling style should fit right in with Murdoch’s outfit and will likely have lots of followers.
As the virus spread across the world, governments and health authorities made a considerable amount of open-source data available to the public.
Plus, the data Biden's team leans on to favor boosters, NIH to study long-haul COVID, food costs are increasing, and more.
A recent CDC report contains data showing that the odds of a breakthrough might be around 1-in-5,000 a week.