Recent media roundup (for Grandma, etc, have mercy thanks):
1) “Waiting for my byline,” courtesy of News 8 Austin. How romantic!
2) This article in Jawa Pos, one of Indonesia’s major newspapers, about my recent visit with some of their journalists. I wish I could read it but I don’t know
Javanese. Bahasa Indonesian. Regrettably. Maybe you will fare better.
UPDATE: a translation!!
According to Leah Finnegan, editor in chief, along with Vikram Swaruup, executive editor, now tirasnya lived 15 thousand copies. Go down about 5 thousand compared to before.
A newspaper published Monday through Friday that is distributed free to students and general citizens in the City of Austin, Texas. Newspaper ads that were funded from student fees and tuition are through there since 1900. However, the operational costs of print and that the management will make a big selling machine printed.
”We will print the outside of course, cheaper. We would like to outsourcing ,” said Leah, 21, who later diwisuda May and also means that the end of tenure Pemred it.