Category Archives: Connecticut Daily Newspaper Association

What’s in store for print-first journalism schools?

The University of Connecticut might lose the print edition of its newspaper, “The Daily Campus,” after students voted to reject an increased subsidy of the product. This should be a great opportunity, right? UConn has a journalism school. What would … Continue reading

Posted in American University, Connecticut Daily Newspaper Association, Hartford Courant, Jeff Jarvis, Maureen Croteau, Quinnipiac University, The Daily Campus, University of Connecticut | 8 Comments

Patch ignored early advice about one journalist-per-town model

Before Tim Armstrong launched Patch, jumped from Google to AOL, bought it from his own investment group and expanded it across the nation, he ignored early advice suggesting that the hyperlocal’s one-journalist-per-town model would not work. Quinnipiac University journalism professor … Continue reading

Posted in AOL, Claude Albert, Connecticut Daily Newspaper Association, Gary Farrugia, Maureen Croteau, Patch, Quinnipiac University, Rich Hanley, The Day, Tim Armstrong | 51 Comments