“We have always been the alternative voice in Philadelphia,” says McDonough now, regarding his decision to rebrand the paper. “That audience has changed over the years, and, in 2020, conservatives and people who are angry and fed up with an inept city government don’t really have a voice here. To continue our mission, we had to change.” ’s chief revenue officer, Ed Lynes, told that, in the city, it is “conservatives who no longer have a voice. If you oppose a socialist and intrusive government, your views are rejected by the city’s mainstream media.”Anything that provides relief from The Inquirer’s Will Bunch and his Johnny-one-note rants can be thought a blessing.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
… Alternative Journalism, Indeed | City Journal. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)