The R-J also benefited, and suffered, from lessened daily competition. Most of the top editors have been on the job for at least a decade and so have many of the news, sports, and feature writers. Smith, was raised in Southern Nevada and started writing a front local column in As Las Vegas marked its centennial inthe R-J celebrated similarly.
Boulder City Review — A weekly paper that debuted Oct. El Tiempo — a free weekly Spanish language paper distributed around the Las Vegas area Neon — a weekend publication distributed through the Review-Journal that covers music, movies, arts and dining Luxury Las Vegas — a monthly high-end lifestyle magazine established in focusing on fashion, food, and home trends The Review-Journal also operates several Nevada newspapers: Under Frederick, the R-J started an alternative weekly, the Las Vegas Mercury, developed online sources and a book publishing company, started the View community supplements, and eventually purchased several rural Nevada newspapers that might otherwise have folded.
Chet Sobsey served as a political reporter, then left to work for U. Collier spent only one year in Las Vegas, redesigning the paper completely before returning to California and giving way to another Reynolds veteran, longtime journalist Tom Keevil, in The town was growing too fast for it to remain simply a Cahlan operation.
The R-J began morning and Sunday editions to compete with Greenspun. The Review-Journal also operated LasVegas. The print edition is distributed on Wednesday and Friday mornings. He later returned to the R-J as a columnist.
Reynolds imported George Collier, who edited one of his California papers, and retired Wright in favor of another executive in his media group, Earl Johnson.
Royce Feour spent more than four decades associated with the R-J, mostly as a boxing writer. It began publishing as the Clark County Review on September 18, One of the judges was District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, who was hearing a long-running wrongful termination lawsuit filed against Adelson and his company.
By the end of the year, it was recognized as one of the top online papers in the U.
The word "evening" was dropped from the name in when Garside left the company and Cahlan struck an agreement with Donald W. In the s, Greenspun almost caught up to the R-J in circulation, and the two papers fought over news coverage, the rivalry evident in their editorial columns.
InSebelius left to edit the alternative weekly City Life, which Stephens bought and merged with the Mercury. Senator Howard Cannon throughout his four terms.
Cahlan ran the business side, wrote a daily column, "From Where I Sit," and dabbled in politics while his brother John Cahlan served as managing editor.
The pleading alleged a "sham relationship" between the newspaper and Righthaven, and accused Righthaven of copyright fraud. Digilio had been forced to leave in due to a scandal over his investments with community figures the paper was covering.
Recently, more R-J reporters and columnists have followed suit. Bythey had built the Review into a daily and merged it with former Governor James G. Hopkins, a former Sun reporter and Valley Times managing editor, has spent more than a quarter of a century at the paper, editing special sections, writing investigative reports, planning special projects, and working in its book publishing ventures.
One change at the R-J has been a throwback to earlier times—a more stable, more senior staff. Finally, inshe found a buyer: Cahlan as editor, who later became co-owner. Within a year, they had locked out the International Typographical Union, which was trying to organize some of their employees.
William Wright, who had come to the R-J in as an ad salesman, became general manager in and remained in that position until his retirement in In February Craig Moon, a veteran of the Gannett organization, was announced as the new publisher and promptly withdrew those principles from publication.
The R-J also expanded its staff throughout the s. Reynolds and his Donrey Media Group. He also began to personally review, edit, and sometimes kill stories about an Adelson-promoted proposal for a new football stadium. Digilio remained for a decade, almost matching the stability that had been on the advertising and business side.
The RJ built a studio on its downtown campus to produce high-end live and on-demand videos for news, politics and sports.Mike Brunker.
Assistant City Editor and Horse Racing Columnist at Las Vegas Review-Journal. Location Las Vegas, Nevada Area Industry Online MediaTitle: Assistant City Editor and Horse.
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