Last week I wrote about my own retirement and the departure of columnist Issac Bailey. Today, I want to share news of two other names you’ll recognize who are going on to new adventures after many years serving readers with online and print excellence.
Depending on where you begin your news reading, you may already have seen the note that I am retiring. You can get all the details on that in the article on page 3A of the print edition, or online here.
It’s unusual for a day to go by without an email or call from someone asking why we covered something, or why we didn’t. The July 22 launch of our new approach in print and online has brought even more reactions and questions.
Changes in our approach to news and the way we present it begin today, which means you can see for yourself what we’ve been discussing in previous columns, ads and in speeches at area civic association meetings.
New looks for The Sun News and MyrtleBeachOnline launch WednesdayGoal is to adapt the way we deliver the news and information to readers, who have adjusted the way they read itFeatures more photos, videos and news summaries
“If your mother says she loves you, check it out,” a saying that reportedly got its start with the City News Service in Chicago, has become a guiding principle for journalists. It means that we should never just take a source’s word (even if that source is mom) for something without confirming it.