The Rebirth of the Free Press
The Columbus Free Press newspaper is making its (re)-debut. The paper grew out of anti-war sentiment at OSU in 1970 and ran until funds dried up in the mid 1990s. Now it’s back and hoping to tackle a host of 21st century issues. This hour we’ll discuss the possibilities for a newspaper with the current trends in print journalism.
- Rick Edmonds, media business analyst for The Poynter Institute
- Michael Alwood, managing editor, The Free Press
- Bob Fitrakis, editor in chief, The Free Press