AAN News

Lisa Sorg: Taking on Mainstream Media Conglomerates

When Lisa Sorg found out a Federal Communications Commission panel had scheduled a hearing in San Antonio, she wanted her community to be well prepared to talk about how media ownership affects what news they hear -- and don't hear. So the editor of the San Antonio Current and her small staff tackled the issue of conglomerates taking over the airwaves, turning out a two-part, multi-story series that won an AltWeekly Award for Media Reporting/Criticism. This is the 12th in a "How I Got That Story" series highlighting the AltWeekly Awards' first-place winners. (FULL STORY)
Derek Schleelein  |  11-08-2005  6:47 pm  |  Association News

Winter Diversity Grants Awarded

Recipients are Eugene Weekly, San Antonio Current (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  12-05-2001  11:21 pm  |  Association News

New Editors Take Over in San Antonio

Retha Oliver heads all-female troika. (FULL STORY)
Rebekah Gleaves  |  04-06-2001  11:51 am  |  Industry News

Three AAN Papers Join Ruxton

Two of the Three New Times Shamrock Papers Among the Additions. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  04-05-1999  11:49 am  |  Industry News

AAN Board Activates Termination Procedure

Membership Status of Former AMI Papers to be Decided in Memphis. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  02-25-1999  11:50 am  |  Association News

AMI Sold ... Again

Art Howe Unable to Arrange Financing in Time; Baltimore City Paper Owner Times Shamrock Moves In to Ink Deal. (FULL STORY)
Cory Zurowski  |  01-07-1999  11:49 am  |  Industry News

With AMI Deal, Art Howe Emerges as Major Player

Says "Alternative Papers Are the Most Exciting, Have the Greatest Potential." (FULL STORY)
Cory Zurowski  |  11-27-1998  11:50 am  |  Industry News

Updated: AMI Sold to Philadelphia City Paper Owner

Sources Say Price Tag Over $20 Million. (FULL STORY)
Cory Zurowski  |  11-23-1998  11:50 am  |  Industry News