Pittsburgh Misses the Cut; PSP Workshops On Tap

Check out Time magazine's list of the ten daily newspapers that are most in danger of folding or going all-digital.

Pittsburgh isn't on the list. But the P-G's news hole is looking mighty small.

Meanwhile, Pittsburgh's Public Square Project is hosting workshops for new citizen journalists. Come, get a little training, write a better blog, help restore democracy in America.

The next one is this Thursday evening, March 12. I've agreed to show up and give a pep talk. Maybe I'll meet you there?


1 Response to "Pittsburgh Misses the Cut; PSP Workshops On Tap"

Anonymous said... 3/10/2009 11:31 PM

For anyone considering coming on Thursday, I'd just like to say I really enjoyed last week. If you're on the fence, give it a chance and join us! See you there Mike.


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