Some of the Edmonton Journal’s printers at work in the newspaper’s Eastgate printing plant, which will be shuttered next year, as described by Journal Publisher John Connelly, who is pictured below.
So much for the power of the press. As first reported in this space on Oct. 10, 2010, the floundering Edmonton . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: All hands to Damage Control! Edmonton Journal tips east-end printing press over the side
The future of the press in Alberta, what’s left of it? If you didn’t shoot that angel, your only option is to sue. Below: Edmonton Journal publisher John Connolly.
If you have a problem with something written in the Edmonton Journal, you can forget about seeking help from the Alberta Press Council.
Early last month, . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: Pulp friction: Edmonton Journal quits toothless Alberta Press Council; Calgary Herald to follow