Al.com has published my ComebackTown blog every week for more than five years–283 blogs.
These blogs have been read hundreds of thousands of times.
There have been tens of thousands of comments.
- How did this happen?
- How much do I get paid?
- How much control does al.com have over my content?
Continue reading What’s the deal with David Sher and al.com?
ComebackTown is published by David Sher to begin a discussion on a better Birmingham.
Today’s guest blogger is Cindy Martin.
Editor’s note: WARNING: This piece is a shameless effort to suck up to Cindy Martin who invited me to speak at her BOLD Speakers’ Series on April 13th. HINT: Please click on link for tickets.
There’s a gaping hole in our local media.
Sure, we have the established al.com and The Birmingham News.
Business people depend on the Birmingham Business Journal.
African-Americans lean on The Birmingham Times.
There are weeklies like Weld…and there are suburban newspapers like The Vestavia Voice and The Homewood Star.
But what about millennials? Continue reading Birmingham millennials: I have great news for you!