Monday, October 07, 2013
Ind. Law - More on "Starting Tuesday, only subscribers will be able to view our exclusive and in-depth stories"
As the ILB noted on Sept. 22nd, Evansville Courier & Press news, and thus much of the news from SW Indiana, is now totally closed off from all but subscribers ($120/year for digital only). It is almost as though that part of Indiana has been cut off the map of the state.
In the past, the ILB has covered much legal and governmental news from that part of the state, by directing readers to the Evansville C&P website. For instance, the Rockport coal gasification plant coverage by the C&P has been outstanding. Right now, the issue of the Evansville smoking ban is before our Supreme Court.
The C&P has had a long line of great reporters, including Maureen Hayden, Bryan Corbin, and most recently, Eric Bradner. The ILB has found that at least one or two C&P stories a week were worthy of state-wide notice by the legal community. And until recently, our Chief Justice was from Evansville.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 7, 2013 02:35 PM
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