print media en The Morning Cram [print's not dead edition] <p></p><p><strong>From NPR: </strong>The <a href="">Orange County Register</a> got a new CEO this summer who is moving his focus from digital to print. Aaron Kushner says advertisers are reducing what they do digitally, so the Los Angeles newspaper is hiring more reporters and printing more pages. Mon, 10 Dec 2012 14:36:56 +0000 Whitney Jones 25497 at The Morning Cram [print's not dead edition] McConnell Elated With Fall of Newspapers In a BuzzFeed profile piece, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., celebrates the rise of social media and is praising the fall of traditional newspaper outlets.<p>Like most conservatives, McConnell views traditional media outlets as bias against GOP views and he appears somewhat elated about the <a href="">dwindling print media</a> that once held a stranglehold on political coverage.<p>McConnell says social media allows for ideas to be heard in a more competitive landscape and commented on <a href=""><em>The Courier-Journal</em> hiring a marketing and sales VP as its publisher</a> earlier this year.<p>From <a href="">BuzzFeed</a>:<blockquote><p>McConnell, 70, spoke to BuzzFeed in his office overlooking the National Mall; he had tweeted of his plans for the interview earlier in the day from his iPad.<p>&ldquo;To the extent that there isn&rsquo;t media domination like there was in the days NBC, ABC, CBS the <i>New York Times</i>, the <i>Washington Post</i>, particularly since most people on my side of the aisle feel they had a pretty obvious bias &hellip; those days are over,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;I kind of like this new environment. I think its much more competitive, much more balanced." Tue, 31 Jul 2012 21:16:11 +0000 Phillip M. Bailey (KPR) 20024 at McConnell Elated With Fall of Newspapers