Len La Barth
A newspaperman reads and reflects.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Two “truisms” I learned as a young reporter: never submit your story to the subjects of the story to “review” in advance of publication, and never agree to quote approval. I always considered it a trust issue: I believed the … Continue reading
Journalists know the name Roy Peter Clark. He’s the longtime writer still probably best known for his 29-part serial narrative piece, “Three Little Words,” published in the St. Petersburg Times, which eloquently chronicled the story of one family’s experience with … Continue reading
“As we head into the second half of 2012, amid much despair given downward ad trends in print and stalling ones in digital, let’s pause to consider some good news about the trade. The good news is too well … Continue reading