Flemington Borough is an interesting place. Flemington is the county seat for Hunterdon County, and is famous for lots of things, among them the Lindbergh kidnapping trial, which until this year was re-enacted every year, and its outlet shopping center. Interestingly, those two things have had a direct effect on the health of its Main Street. (more…)
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Posted in Community Institutions, Media, tagged advance publications, community media, crisis, Facebook, hunterdon county, hunterdon county democrat, Jersey Shore Hurricane News, Matt DeRienzo, new jersey, Newspaper Next, power outage, snowstorm, social media, Steve Buttry, twitter, Vermont Flooding, Watershed Post on November 3, 2011| 1 Comment »
I’m going to call out my local newspaper in this post for being completely inadequate to the task of providing critical information to its community in a crisis. I know people there, and they’re not going to be happy with me, and I apologize in advance for that because most of them are not the problem. But there is a problem, and, as Mike Benard from Kodak likes to say, it’s time to put the dead fish on the table. (more…)
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