18 February 2009

Whistler Blower: Examiner Publishers Visit The Spectator,Learn Of New Project

The Baltimore Spectator has learned that folks at The Anschutz Corporation, publishers of the now defunct Baltimore Examiner have visited this site. Apparently they were seeking to glean details on the upcoming project of Stephen Janis, senior investigative reporter of the Examiner. Janis told the Spectator he would be working with former Examiner reporter Luke Broadwater and editor Regina Holmes on a new website dedicated to focused, hard hitting investigative reporting on Baltimore City.

Also see;

BREAKING NEWS: Baltimore Examiners Launch InvestigativeVoice.com

JAMMED: Examiners Returning Nearly Crashes Site

CENSORSHIP: Baltimore Sun Bans The Baltimore Spectator



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