“[This] byline strike is solely focused on the unconscionable way we have been treated over the last 12 years …”
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publisher refuses to print in-house criticism of ‘Reason as racism’ editorial
The list of critics grows: Newsroom employees, former journalists, two foundations — and the publisher’s own family and friends.
The union representing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newsroom employees files first unfair labor complaint against ownership in decades
“They cannot violate federal law with impunity,” a union spokesperson said of the paper’s owners. “We will not allow them to do that.”
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial on racism draws fire from foundations and dozens of former staffers
A Pulitzer Prize winner and Mayor Peduto’s comms chief have signed their name to a letter objecting to the editorial’s “content, tone and timing.”
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s publisher objected to using ‘shithole’ in a story about Trump’s ‘vulgar language’
NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik called a @PittsburghPG tweet about the request an act of “real time transparency and apparent frustration.”
The 12-step “guide” drew fire to the editorial board of what will soon be the city’s only printed daily paper.