Rick Allen’s fourth book – Reckoning with Race: An Unfinished Journey” – tracks his evolving views and questions about race.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution this week fired a top investigative journalist after finding errors in a story that alleged the University of Georgia (UGA) Bulldogs football program protected players accused of sexual misconduct or assault. The firing of Alan Judd was announced deep inside a July 19 AJC story that left some big questions unanswered, including […]
The Cox family’s Marxist black sheep very publicly separating from the flock this month over their support of Atlanta’s public safety training center made for a cartoonish passing amusement in the right-wing press. Here in Atlanta, the defection of Jim “Fergie” Chambers Jr. is a bigger story than that. It’s a rare insider’s view of […]
To me, he will always be “Big Bad Billy Boy Shipp.” Bill Shipp, a veteran Georgia journalist and political commentator, passed away Saturday evening. Shipp, who was born Aug. 16, 1933, was just one month shy of his 90th birthday.
Happy New Year, Atlanta! The SaportaReport team is looking forward to another year of keeping our readers up-to-date on the most important news around the city and metro area. As we dive into 2023, let’s take a moment to enjoy our top stories from 2022. On to local news from the week: HUB404 park gets […]
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will discontinue its daily print edition and go to a weekend print edition, but it will continue its digital news operation seven days a week, according to interviews with a half dozen people close to the newspaper.
The booming national news website Axios has agreed to be bought for $525 million by Cox Enterprises, owner of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the companies announced Aug. 8.
Renewed controversy over the Atlanta Braves’ use of Native American stereotypes was one of the biggest stories surrounding this World Series season. But you wouldn’t know it from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s quickie book published to capitalize on the champs.
Last week marked the end of my tenure with the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
It’s a strange time to be in transition. The world as we know it has changed as we try to figure out how we can survive during the Coronavirus outbreak, and none of us know what will happen and how we will be impacted.