Newsroom Hottest Stories in Newsroom: New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, New Orleans Pelicans, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Indians, Oakland Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs, Houston Texans, Atlanta Hawks, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets, Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles, New Jersey Devils, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia 76ers, New Philadelphia Eagles article NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans media landscape is a bit of a mess.
The city is still reeling from Hurricane Katrina, and the storm has not been well received, but many media outlets are still doing their best to get back to work.
“New Orleans is still a small media market,” says Michael Wain, president and publisher of the Associated Press Media Group, the largest media organization in the country.
New Orleans has a population of approximately 10.4 million people, and some of the city’s most well-known outlets — including the Associated Journal and WDSU-TV — are still in business.
But in recent months, the city has been hit by a wave of media layoffs and other problems, including a shutdown of all of the CBS News networks.
And while the New Orleans Media Group has some talent to hire, Wain says there is still an emphasis on quality newsrooms.
“The problem we have is that our job is to get the information out, not just the headlines,” Wain said.
“Our job is not to make headlines.
Our job is always to make the headlines.”
New Orleans was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, but it was not until the year after that that the city went through a full-scale rebuild.
Wain remembers his first meeting with the president of the APG in 2009.
The two had met with the head of the New York City Police Department about the city recovering from the storm, and Wain recalls that they talked about how important it was to find a way to get some of those reporters back into the newsroom.
“We did that,” he says.
“That’s the story that we have been telling for the last decade.
That is why we’re the most successful news organization in America.”
Wain says the AP Group is still actively looking for journalists to join its newsrooms in New Orleans, but that the organization has been forced to reduce its workforce.
“As you can see, there is no shortage of talent,” Wains said.
“If there is, we have to hire more than we have.
If we don’t, we’ll be looking for talent to replace them.”
New York Times: New York Times CEO: ‘The New York Press is an empire’ article The New York press is “an empire,” writes David Carr in the New Yorker.
The New Yorker, which has been a strong critic of Trump, says the New Times is the biggest “franchise” in the business, with its editorial and news operations.
But Carr says the news media is “disappointingly weak” at breaking news, and says the organization is not prepared for the kinds of events that have occurred since the election.
Carr writes that the Times is also struggling to hire newsroom veterans, as some journalists have left over the past year.
Carr says that while the Times’ leadership team is committed to hiring journalists to its newsroom, he worries that it may be hard to do so given the level of disruption.
“I worry about how we’re going to get those people back into our newsroom in a way that is effective, and that’s why we need to hire new journalists,” Carr wrote.
A New York newspaper chain says it’s closing all of its news divisions in response to the Trump administration.
The New Yorker says that its staff are already being asked to work on other assignments.
On Sunday, the Times said it had fired about 40 journalists in the past two weeks, and also laid off about 70 reporters, including some of its top newsroom executives.
The Associated Press’s parent company, Time Warner, said on Sunday that it would also shutter the company’s New York division, which publishes the Associated Journals.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said in a statement that the decision was made in response “to the impact of the recent election and the ongoing national debate.”