The new year brings a new face to lead the San Antonio Report’s board of directors.
The tragic death in April of its publisher led to the demise of a small-town weekly newspaper published ‘like clockwork’ since 1958.
Express-News publisher Hearst recently announced that it is moving editorial operations to the Light building and outsourcing the printing to Houston.
Four Metric Media online publications use San Antonio in their names, yet seem to have no other ties to the city.
After working for the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio for 10 years, Angie Mock will join the San Antonio Report as publisher and CEO.
The additions to the board follow a recent renaming of the San Antonio Report during its eighth year as a trusted local news source.
San Antonio CityFest 2020 will be presented online, free to all. An array of thought leaders will address salient topics.
The nonprofit online news outlet is now the San Antonio Report, rebranded with a new logo but with the same mission of public service journalism.
The Rivard Report has added seven community representatives to serve on its newly formed community advisory board.
The Rivard Report has tapped 13 community leaders from different industries and perspectives to form its inaugural community advisory board.
Changes are coming to the Rivard Report board. After four years, Founding Chairman Richard Schlosberg will leave the board to lead a new community advisory board.
TPR opened its doors for the first day of a garage sale, as the station prepares to move to the renovated Alameda Theater in downtown next month.