Category Archives: Journalism

The Tampa Tribune (1895-2016)

When I was at The Tampa Tribune in the 1980s and 1990s, the newsroom had a lot of personalities, none bigger that H. Doyle Harvill. As editor, Harvill could be an energizing, bewildering force not opposed to proudly flaunting his … Continue reading

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My open letter to the executive editor of The New York Times about covering President Trump

Donald Trump likes to flood the field with lies, and part of his long game is to discredit all the bastions of truth and credibility. Teachers, scientists and journalists and writers will be in his crosshairs. Continue reading

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On the Miami waterfront, a sun-baked mecca of American journalism is reduced to rubble

As we sped along the freeway over Biscayne Bay, I could still make out the distinctive features of the old Miami Herald office, even though the building was well on its way to being demolished. I knew that the newspaper had … Continue reading

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