Nearly a dozen newsroom employees have been laid off, including two long-time fixtures of Alaska journalism.
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You have to hand it to Alaska Dispatch News owner Alice Rogoff. She put her money on the line and gave it her best shot…
The U.S. Trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of the Alaska Dispatch News is worried that more than $21 million in unpaid debt will unpaid without intervention from the courts.
What a pleasant surprise it was last week to get a call from my old friend James “Little Jimmy” Lottsfeldt. I’ve always had a special…
The Binkley group will get control of the paper as they prepare for a potential bankruptcy sale in three weeks.
Wow, what a week in politics, both nationally and here at home. Hosts Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar discuss the political fallout from the financial quagmire of Alaska’s paper of record and share our thoughts on the Steve Bannon firing (or was it a resignation?) before getting to our comprehensive discussion of the events in Charlottesville with former local NAACP leader and current Anchorage Human Rights Commission President Wanda Green, Juneau lawyer and ACLU of Alaska board member Paul Grant, and Democrat candidate for Virginia’s 5th congressional district Roger Huffstetler.
Speculating on rumors and gossip surrounding Alaska politics is a time-honored tradition. It’s time for our weekly trip through the grand, gross, weird, wild and…
The deal is being structured so the Binkleys can take on the paper without $2.5 million in debt owed by the ADN, and that’s not going over well with the creditors.
The owners are the children of Fairbanks businessman and rumored Republican gubernatorial candidate John Binkley.
Today’s surprise revelation that GCI is suing to evict Alaska’s biggest newspaper from its old building was so dramatic, a few extra things shook loose….