You can just imagine this poor Chronicle reporter pounding his keyboard in frustration as he worked on this story: Reaction from Fort Bend County residents to the indictments involving campaign contributions linked to U.S. Rep.
On Sunday the Houston office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) sent out a press release saying it was holding a news conference calling for political and religious leaders in Texas to condemn Islamophobia.
Richard Connelly tucked away the following blurb near the end of his “Hairballs” column in last week’s Houston Press: When most Houstonians hear the name “East Cleveland,” they may find themselves surprised that the tiny
A few posts ago, Anne Linehan credited Chronicle Outlook editor David Langworthy for a “frank column” acknowledging public concerns about shortcomings of the mainstream media. Recognizing the problem surely is a start, but my most
Recently, Texas Media Watch noted that the Chronicle was less than happy with Proposition 12, medical liability reform: When medical liability reform was on the ballot last year, the editorial board of the Houston Chronicle
The Chronicle’s David Langworthy writes an interesting Sounding Board column in Monday’s paper. He agrees that there have been some media missteps this summer which have contributed to the (growing) distrust of media. But there
The Houston Chronicle gets a mixed review from Texas Media Watch‘s Sherry Sylvester for its recent coverage of the Dan Rather fake memo flap. Sylvester blasts the Chronicle for ignoring Marian Carr Knox: The elderly
The Chronicle reported the latest light-rail “accident” on Sunday, describing it as the 61st (my count of incidents is 63): Two people suffered minor injuries after a car ran a red light and collided with