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01/21/08 Is Bruce "Low Tech" Hunter Letting His Hard Disk Go Floppy? Hearst Newspapers Should Delete A Managing Editor Who Ignores Online Readers
OLD STYLE NEWSPAPER MAN DOESN'T UNDERSTAND
THIS NEW FANGLED INTERNET THING -A- MA-JIG !!!
Town mocks managing editor as computer illiterate
""Things have changed in the last 26 years, but Bruce Hunter hasn't."Give Hunter an out-of-style suit, a disco ball, a clunky phone, an outdated computer and a Rubik's Cube and he he is a happy camper.
Our economy wouldn't survive without the Internet, and the cyber-world continues to represent the only hope of saving the Greenwich Time from becoming extinct
It's extraordinary that someone who is a Hearst Newspaper managing editor doesn't know how to update the the online opinion pages.
1/20/09 HEARST NEWSPAPER EDITORS 'MISSING' AT THE GREENWICH TIME: Is Bruce Hunter Drowning At The Sinking Ship, AKA, The USS Green Kitty Liter Liner
Where's Bruce Hunter AndThe "LOCAL HARD HITTING"Online Greenwich Time Editorials ????
Online Readers At The Greenwich Time Wonder IfNew Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Has Already BeenThrown Overboard By Hearst Newspapers.
Just when you thought things couldn't get more bizarre at the Greenwich Time....
Chaos reigns at the Greenwich Time, where new Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter and his top two lieutenants have not updated the papers online Opinion pages since last Thursday January 15th - sparking rumors that they me feuding with their corporate owners at Hearst Newspapers.
On Friday January 16th a Stamford Advocate editorial was posted online at the Greenwich Time and it has remained there for the last five days.......
GREENWICH LOVES THERAW GREENWICH NEWS FEEDON GREENWICH ROUND UP
GREENWICH ROUNDUP IS HERE TO SERVETOWN RESIDENTS WITH THE LATEST NEWS ABOUT GREENWICH
HERE IS THE RAW GREENWICHNEWS FEED FOR TUESDAY:
Greenwich Round Up Has Once AgainBeen Spanning The Globe To Bring YouThe Latest News About Your Town.....
Business smarts aside, the governor's nominee to fill an empty seat on the state Board of Education raises questions of suitability.
The Greenwich Time Is
Behind The Times:
The First Time That Greenwich Time Published An Aticle Concerning McMahon's Appointment Was When Cub Reporter Colin Gustafson Filed This Late Night Education Report On The 15th.....
State lawmakers from Greenwich say they intend to give the World Wrestling Entertainment's chief executive a fair hearing about her qualifications when considering her nomination to the state's top....
THE GREENWICH TIME LISTENS......
At 6:21 PM On Wednesday The 13th Greenwich Roundup Complained That You Wont Read About Gov Jody Rell Appointing A Greenwich Resident To The State Board Of Education In The Greenwich Time
Greenwich Roundup Even Commented That There Was A "HARD HITTING" EDITORIAL ABOUT GREENWICH AND ITS FROM NEW LONDON CT: "Nominee's Skill: Promoting Cruelty"
The Next Morning (Thursday The 15th) Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Told Cub Reporter Colin Gustafson To Call Up Linda McMahon To Get The Story. Linda McMahon Wasn't Talking So The Wet Behind The Ears Gustafson Was Stuck, Because He Really Didn't Have Any Hatford Contacts.
Thursday He Started Feverishly Calling Hartford To Try And Get Greenwich's New Freshmen Legislators To Give Him A Quote.
A Clueless Fred Camillo said, "I'm sure the governor has done her homework on whether (McMahon) is qualified."
The Story Was Feveriously Thrown Up On The Web At 08:00:05 On Thursday the 15th Some And The Story Was Reposted At The Stamford Advocate At 08:08:08
Google Analytics Shows That The Greenwich Time Server Repeated Visted Greenwich Time Web Pages About Linda McMahon And The WWE All Day Thursday.
Something Tells Greenwich Roundup That The Logs To Those Hearst Newspaper Server Will Probably Resolve Down To Managing Editor Bruce Hunter And Cub Reporter Colin Gustafson.
We Said It A Thousand Times.....
When Greenwich Roundup Types:
The Greenwich Time Listens....
Problems slow Byram Shubert Library renovations
By Meredith Blake.....
ONCE AGAIN GREENWICH TIME MANAGING EDITOR
BRUCE HUNTER HAS ALLOWED REPORTER
TO FILE A ONCE SIDED AND INCOMPLETE
Why aren't there any comments from the long suffering library patrons who have not had library services?
Why aren't there any comments from the mother's of Western Greenwich School Children who have the lowest test scores in town and need full library services?
Why aren't there any comments from the Byram Neighborhood Association who has repeatedly spoken out about the repeated failures at the Byram Library Site.
Why aren't there any comments from Byram RTM members who are repeatedly told over and over that you will meeting in a month or so at the "NEW" Byram Library.
When School Superintendent Betty Sternberg Minimized The Mold Infested Hamilton Avenue Modulars And The Green Kitty Litter Liner Just Regurgitated Board Of Education Press Releases While Ignoring Parents.
It Was The Parents And Not A Greenwich Time Reporter That Got Independent Test Results That Showed That Failed School Administrators Were Lying To The Single Family Homeowners Of Greenwich.
When The Hamilton Avenue School Contraction Screw Up Was Getting Out Of Hand, Because The Green Kitty Litter Liner Was Ignoring Parents And Not Holding Public Official;s Accountable It Was Greenwich Citizen Journalists And Bloggers Who Repeatedly Started Highlighting Frank Mazza's Management Failures.
When School Superintendent Betty Sternberg Delayed And Then Refused To Release The Communities Assessment Of Her Performance To The Taxpayers Of Greenwich. It Was Citizen Journalist And Blogger Bill Clark, And Not Greenwich Time Education Reporter Colin Gustafson, Who Filed The Freedom Of Information Request That Forced Sternberg To Release The Report To Parents.
When Sternberg suddenly Resigned A Week Later The Clueless Greenwich Time Reporter Was Reporting About How Shocked And Surprised School And Town Officials Were.
When Water Leaks Were Once Again Causing Mold To Form In The "NEW" $30 Million
Hamilton Avenue School. The Green Kitty Litter Liner Ignored Parents Who Got Inside The School And Took Pictures Of The Extensive Water Damage And Mold.
When Frank Mazza Said The Mold Was Old Green Paint. It Was A Greenwich Post Reporter, And Not A Greenwich Time Reporter, Who Took A Sample That Proved Frank Mazza Was Lying To The Taxpayers.
Will The Bloggers, Citizen Journalists And The Free Weekly Newspapers Have To Once Again Do The Heavy Lifting For The Greenwich Time Editors And Reporters At The Byram Library Construction Fiasco.
The Byram Shubert Library renovation project encountered some unforeseen delays that have further pushed back this month's projected opening, the project's manager said.
Here Are A Few Greenwich News Stories That Hearst Newspaper Editor Don Harrison Missed At The Geeenwich Citizen ......
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT"S GOING ON IN GREENWICH READ THE OUT OF TOWN PAPERSTOP STORY:
WHY WASN'T BRUCE HUNTER ABLE TO OPINE ONLINE ABOUT WHAT THIS HISTORIC INAUGURATION MEANS TO GREENWICH
THE GREENWICH TIME ONLINE EDITION IS A RUDDERLESS SHIP UNDER HEARST NEWSPAPER MANAGING EDITOR BRUCE HUNTER
Greenwich Time Publisher John Dunster Was A Dunce For Bringing Back Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter And Putting Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Jim Zebora In Charge Of The Business Page.....
This Is All The News That Greenwich Time Publisher John Dunster And His Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Was Able To Get Up On The Web Today.....
Is This The Greenwich Time Or Viva Pop Of Greenwich ????
This Is The Absolute Worst That I Have Ever Seen On The Greenwich Time's So-Called News "Web Site".
Is The Greenwich Time Just Going To Publish Press Releases Every Day Like The Greenwich Post ??????
The Greenwich Time Hasn't Put Up News Today, They Are Just Posting A Bunch Of Event Calendars That Have Headlines Designed To Make Greenwich Residents Think That A Real News Story Has Been Published......
No Hearst Newspaper Reporter Will Put A Byline On These Listings With Headlines That Are Designed To Fool Greenwich Time Web Site Visitors.....
......ONCE AGAIN THERE IS NO "LOCAL" AND HARD HITTING GREENWICH TIME EDITORIAL FOR EDITORIAL"S YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE CT POST......
Hearst Newspaper Editors At The Greenwich Time Have Not Been Able To Get Up A "Local" And "Hard Hitting" Editorial Since They Put Up This Editorial About Juarez, Mexico Three Days Ago....
The Online Readers Helped The Greenwich Time Get A Combined Print In And Online Circulation Increase Of 22%, But Greenwich Time Publisher John Dunster Treats These Young Affluent Tech Savvy Readers Like Garbage.
Green Kitty Litter Liner Insiders Say The Greenwich Time Print Edition Suffered Some Losses In The Last ABC Audit.
For Years, Ex-Greenwich Time Editors Like Joe Pisani And Jim Zebora Failed To Embrace The Digital Revolution.
Greenwich Citizen Blogger Chris Fountain Set A New Record Last Week By Getting 16,000 Unique Web Visitors In One Day
The Greenwich Time Sells No Where Near 16,000 Newspapers In One Day,
Yet The New Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Is Making The Same Mistake As Joe Pisani - Ignoring The Power The Internet.
....they don't spend enough time here," said Fingold, who has run his shop on the corner of two busy Byram streets for over five years.
Nancy Ugrinaj, owner of Fuzari's Pizzeria, at 226 Mill St., agreed a substation would bring peace of mind to the community, which police said is vulnerable to crime due to its border with Port Chester and its proximity to New York City and Interstate 95.
"Just in case of an emergency, it would be a good thing," said Ugrinaj, who has owned the pizzeria for three years....
...."Byram is always the last to get attention," said Merchant....
Assistant Fire Chief Robert Kick said renovation plans for the Byram Volunteer Fire Department on Delavan Avenue are scheduled for the 2011-2012 capital budget with a projected construction in 2012-2013. Kick said that while plans have not been drawn up yet, he has not heard any discussion of adding a police substation to the fire house.
Likewise, police officials said there has not been any substantial discussion for adding a substation ......
ONE YEAR AGO GREENWICH ROUNDUP WAS SPEAKING TO FIRST SELECTMAN AND POLICE COMMISSIONER PETER TESEI ABOUT PUTTING A BYRAM POLICE SUBSTATION AT THE GREENWICH FIRE HOUSE AND GREENWICH POLICE CHIEF DAVID RIDBERG HAS NOT DONE A DAMN THING AS THE BYRAM CRIME PROBLEM HAS GOTTEN WORSE.
We talked about the crime, drugs, graffiti, quality of life, vandalism problems that plague Byram residents and merchants every single day.
The possibility of a Byram Police Substation and more police patrols throughout Byram were mentioned.
Mr. Tesei said that he would send an email to the Department of Public Works about the Graffiti on the Welcome to the Town Of Greenwich- Village Of Byram sign on Putnam Avenue.
We also discussed how Police Squad 2 (Central Greenwich) and Police Squad 3 (Eastern Greenwich) currently work together to solve crime problems. It was suggested that maybe Squad 1 (Western Greenwich - Byram) could be assisted by squad 2 for a few months to lower the crime rate in Byram.
Mr. Tesei and I both agreed that there were many wonderful new projects ready to go in Byram once the security and quality of life problems are eliminated by the Greenwich Police Department.
Mr. Tesei was very enthusiastic about the new efforts for the Lyon House that are currently coming together and he provided me with some great literature about the Lyon House.
Further, Mr. Tesei encouraged me to get involved with the Byram Neighborhood Association.
I think that if Mr. Tesei can bring a more police services to Byram the many other Byram projects will takeoff and flourish.
Mr. Tesei's Legacy may very well be decided on the streets of Byram.
Will the youth gangs and drugs continue to destroy Byram or will there be a Reincarnation in Byram......
Last June Greenwich Police Chief David Ridberg was quoted in the Greenwich Time That He Was Going To Release The FBI's Most Recent Uniform Crime Report For Greenwich Before The End Of The Year.Chief Ridberg Did Not Keep That Promise To The Residents Of Greenwich.
But Last Year Came And Went.
The Greenwich Time Reporters Who Work For Hearst Newspapers Don't Have The Journalistic Balls To Go To Greenwich Police Chief David Ridberg And Say, "Hey Chief, What Happened To Those Crime Statistics You Promised The Taxpayers Of Greenwich?
Greenwich Time Reporters Don't Have The Journalistic Balls To Hold Chief Ridberg Accountable To The Single Family Homeowners Of Greenwich.
When CT Senator Chris Dodd Promised And Did Not Deliver Documents To The Public About His Countrywide Loans Wall Street Journal Reporters Had The Journalistic Balls To Say,"Say Hey, Chris Where Are Those Loan Documents."
We've got some leftover business from the 110th Congress -- namely, Chris Dodd's July 2008 promise to release the details of his sweetheart loans from ...
Chris Dodd's now-venerable promise to release documents pertaining to his 2003 mortgages with Countrywide. This newsprint icon of commerce reminded its ...
But The Cowardly Greenwich Time Reporters Are Afraid Of Greenwich Police Chief David Ridberg, Because He Is Thin Skinned And Uses Police Resources To Retaliate Against Critics.
Have Seen Any Greenwich Time Editorials Criticizing
01/04/08 - Greenwich Police Officers Sit On The Post Road Looking For Burned Out Tailights In Hopes Of Making A Drug Arrest
02/04/08 - Savannah Lamotte, would tell police about John J. Bria's Death: "Maria and Jason picked me up around 9 p.m. …
02/06/08 - Dr. Ian Rubin's Family Has Complained About The Press, But At Least The Family Got Justice.
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