Dallas Media

Investor Signals Discontent with Dallas Morning News Parent Company

By Bethany Erickson / April 25, 2019 / 0 Comments
Dallas Morning News

On the heels of a dismal fourth quarter in 2018, one institutional investor in Dallas Morning News parent company A.H. Belo has signaled its discontent with the decisions the company has made with a letter filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday. Minerva Advisors, an investment management firm based in the Philadelphia suburb of […]

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Dallas Morning News Announces 43 Layoffs, 20 in Newsroom

By Bethany Erickson / January 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

From staff reports Word came early this morning that the Dallas Morning News laid off 43 employees, including 20 writers, editors, and other newsroom personnel, marking yet another round of staff reductions as print revenue declines. The 43 layoffs account for about 4 percent of the A.H. Belo Corp. employees, the newspaper said. It did […]

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KXAS-NBC Loves the Dallas Real Estate O Factor… but Hates Bad Gas

By Candy Evans / November 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

So let me tell you how this went down: Maggie Kerkman calls me from KXAS and asks if I know any Realtors who have experienced bad gas. Well, I say, I’m sure the new TRID rules are giving everyone bad gas. No no no she meant REAL gas, as in gasoline. Oh, I said. Well […]

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Mark Lamster Gives CD a Nice Nod on the DMN Arts Blog

By Candy Evans / August 20, 2015 / 1 Comment

He writes, of course, of the sad fate that is to befall 10330 Strait Lane, the “modern gem” designed by “Enslie” Bud Oglesby that we discovered is headed for a beheading, then a chop-down by bulldozer, with its final resting place to be some landfill in Lewisville. Hard to imagine Oglesby’s work meeting such a […]

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