Browse Interviews (141 total)

In this two part interview, Dolly Brock, the business manager and publisher of the Magnet, discuss her personal backgrounds and the newspaper, which the Brocks owned since 1948.

In this interview, Stanley Champer, Editor of the Ashland Daily Independent, discusses his personal background and extensive newspaper career, ownership changes of the newspaper, and the major issues and decision makers in Boyd County.

In this interview, Norman Allen, Editor of the Floyd County Times, discusses his personal background, newspaper career, and the history of the paper. He also comments on many problems in Floyd County.

In this interview, William Blakeman, Editor of the Winchester Sun, discusses the history of the newspaper along with issues within Clark County.

In this interview, Robert Bass, Editor of Greenup News, discusses his background and early career, and his positions prior to becoming Editor. He also comments extensively on Greenup County community issues.

In this interview, Thomas Stultz, Editor of the Greenup County Sentinel, discusses his education, religion, and the newspaper business. He also discusses the decision makers and needs of Greenup County.

In this interview, Jeanie Scott, Editor of the Paris Daily Enterprise, discusses her background, the newspaper she oversees, and many issues within the Paris community.

In this interview, Frank Warnock, Editor of the Cynthiana Democrat, discusses his education, his previous position at another paper, the staff of the Cynthiana Democrat, and the type of news that is printed. He also discusses various community issues.

In this interview, Earl Kinner, Jr., Editor of the Licking Valley News, discusses the paper and other newspapers he and his family own, the circulation of the three papers, and the needs of Morgan County.

In this interview, Linda Denton, Editor of the Bath County News Outlook, discusses her background, education, and how she became the Editor of the paper. She also explains her duties as editor, the history of the paper, and relevant problems in Bath County.

In this interview, Charles Whittaker, Editor of Letcher Community Press and Knott County News, discusses his personal background, early career, and the history of the paper. He also comments on the types of withheld news, and the advantages and disadvantages of chain newspapers.

In this interview, Ronald Caudill, Executive Vice-President of Kentucky Publishing Company and 50% owner of Morehead News, discusses how he got started in the business, his educational background, and various issues in the community.

In this interview, Betty Caudill, Managing Editor of the Kentucky Publishing Company, discusses her background, community issues, and the exhaustive work that goes into the Morehead News and the four other newspapers that the KPC oversees.

In this interview, Russell Metz, Publisher of the Bath County News Outlook discusses his personal background and early career, Bath County decision makers, and the Kentucky Press Association.

In this interview, Moss Vance, Editor of the Woodford Sun, discusses his background and the history of the newspaper. He also discusses the decision makers and needs of Woodford County.

In this interview, Margorie Denton, Assistant Editor of the Flemingsburg Gazette, discusses her personal background, newspapers in the county, and the newspaper business.

In this interview, George Hamby, Editor of the Times Democrat, discusses his background, education, and how he got into the newspaper business. He also comments on the history of the paper, editorials he has written, and the needs of the county.

In this interview, Laurnie Caproni, editor of the Ledger Independent, discusses how she got into the newspaper business as well as various issues within the community.

In this interview, James Striplin, Publisher of the Ledger Independent, discusses publishing a community newspaper as well as the most urgent needs in the county. He also discusses his feelings about the newspaper business and the growth of the Ledger.

In this interview, Cammy Owens, Editor/ Publisher of Magoffin County News, discusses his personal background, as well as how he got into the newspaper business. He also discusses politics in the county and comments on other community issues.

In this interview, Tim Bostic, Editor of the Salyersville Independent, discusses Magoffin County, his personal background and his position as Mayor of the city. He also discusses his relationship with other politicians and the local school system.

In this interview, Warren Fisher, Publisher and Owner of the Carlisle Mercury, discusses his early life and education. He also discusses the newspaper's role in the community, the county school system and its administrators, and various Nicholas County issues.

In this interview, Andrew Telli, the Sports and Front Page Editor of the Boone County Recorder, discusses his personal background, education, and duties as the editor of the paper. He also discusses the newspaper's role in Boone County, and the issues it regularly addresses.

In this interview, Danny Sexton, Editor of the Johnson County Journal, discusses his personal background and education, the paper and its staff, local decision makers, and issues within the community.

In this interview, James Munson, Editor of the Bracken County News and the Robertson County Review, discusses his personal background and his career in editing. He also discusses various needs and issues in Bracken County.

In this interview, Warren Shonert, Editor of the Falmouth Outlook, discusses the history of the city of Falmouth and Pendleton County. He comments extensively on his newspaper staff and his life experiences in the interview.

In this interview, Charles Warnick, Editor of the Gallatin County News, discusses his background and education, his career prior to becoming an editor, "chains" newspapers, and issues in Gallatin County.

In this interview, Susan Arena, Editor of the Grant County News and the Campbell County News, discusses her background and the responsibilities of being an editor of small and large papers.

In this interview, Albert Dix, Publisher of the State Journal, discusses his background, the problems of running a newspaper in a capital city, and the type of news that is covered in the paper.

In this interview, Ina Wilson, Editor of the Lewis County Herald, discusses her background, education, and how she "got into" the newspaper business. She also discusses the history of the paper, and problems and issues within the local community.

In this interview, Eugene Marvin, Jr., Editor of the Big Sandy News, discusses his personal background and his experience in the newspaper business. He also talks about community issues and his main concerns with the community.

In this interview, Gene McCutcheon, Editor of the Murray Ledger, discusses his personal background and the responsibility of the newspaper to the community. Mr. McCutcheon also discusses Calloway County issues.

In this interview, Jo Westpheling, Editor of the Hickman Courier, discusses many issues in the community including school boards and judges.

In this interview, Lowell Hobby, Editor and Owner of the Caldwell County Times, discusses his background, the history of the paper, the newspaper industry, and various Caldwell County issues.

In this interview, Gerald Matera, Editor of the Hart County News, the Hart County Herald, and the Barren County Progress, discusses his three papers, local correspondents, and his personal reactions when he moved to Kentucky from White Plains, New York.

In this interview, Paul Mick, Editor of the Crittenden Press, discusses his personal background, his "getting into" the newspaper business, the history of the newspaper, the types of news he prints, and the Kentucky Press Association.

In this interview, Paul Monsour and John W. Munford, Editors of the Union County Advocate, discuss their personal backgrounds, the types of news printed, and local correspondence. They also discuss their relationship with the school system, and the county's oil, corn, and pork production.

In this interview, Roberta Foust, Editor of the Tribune Courier, discusses her education, job experience, and the community responsibility of the paper. She also comments on political issues and major Marshall County problems, such as a lack of industry and jobs.

In this interview, Keith Perry, Editor of the Hickman County Gazette, discusses his education and early life, the history of the paper, local decision makers, and issues and topics within the community.

In this interview, Windell Givens, Managing Editor of the Mayfield Messenger, discusses his personal background, work history, and the history of the newspaper. He also discusses various issues within the county.

in this interview, Michael Waits, Editor of the Cadiz Record, discusses publishing and owning the paper, the history of the paper, and the most pressing needs of the county.

In this interview, Juliette Magee, Editor of the Advanced Yeoman, discusses her background, education, the history of the paper she owns, and various community problems and concerns.

In this interview, Beth Bowels, Editor of the Carlisle News, discusses the history of the newspaper, her responsibilities as the Editor, and the Kentucky Press Association.

In this interview, Ava Siener, Editor of the Livingston Ledger, discusses her personal background, the history of the newspaper, the type of news that is printed, the Livingston County Schools, and the Kentucky Press Association.

In this interview, Ophelia Lowe, Editor of the Shopper's News, discusses how she "got into" the newspaper business, the history and growth of the paper, the Kentucky Press Association, and decision makers in the county.

In this interview, Rita Mitchell, City Editor of the Fulton Daily Leader, discusses the history of the paper, the type of news printed, the responsibility of the paper, and issues in the community.

In this interview, Ronald Beane, Publisher of the Greenville-Central City Leader News, discusses his duties and writing for the paper, the responsibility of being a small town newspaper, and issues within Muhlenberg County.

In this interview, Larry Craig, Editor of the Green River Republican, discusses how he got started in the newspaper business and issues revolving around the paper and the community.

In this interview, Robert Carter, Publisher of the Kentucky New Era, discusses his education, the history of the paper, and many issues within the community.

In this interview, Kenneth Stanley, Editor and Publisher of the Louisville Defender, discusses his personal background and how this paper is the only Black newspaper in the state. He also discusses his normal work week and the type of news printed.
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