Do they allow inmates at Camp Cupcake to read Wine Spectator? What pairs well with half-baked insider trading schemes, anyway?
There’s lots to chew on in this week’s News Biz Quiz.
- “Read News, Speak Free” is the slogan of what conservative social media platform which became the most-downloaded software on the Apple App Store on the weekend many news organizations called the 2020 election for President-elect Joe Biden?
- Three news photographers who captured images of President Trump golfing on the day his electoral loss was announced by the news networks had to shoot their images from nearly a mile away across what body of water?
- A California District Court judge said Mayor Christina Shea violated the First Amendment when she blocked some viewers of her Facebook profile, following controversial statements she made in the wake of this summer’s police brutality protests. Of what city is Shea the mayor?
– San Luis Obispo
- Having survived the short prison term (in West Virginia’s “Camp Cupcake”) of its founder and namesake in 2004, what lifestyle magazine is celebrating its 30th year of publishing?
- Thomas Mathews, executive editor at Wine Spectator magazine, is leaving his job at the end of the year. He’ll be replaced by Jeffrey Lindenmuth, who’s spent four years as executive editor at what other alcohol-related publication (also owned by M. Shanken Communications)?
- What McClatchey-owned newspaper says it will sell its high-profile glass-and-copper building in the city’s Power and Light District (and lay off 68 full-time and 56 part-time production employees) as it moves printing operations to the site of the Des Moines Register?
– Kansas City Star
– St. Louis Post-Dispatch
– Chicago Sun-Times
– Omaha World-Herald
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- The Potomac River
- Martha Stewart Living
- Whisky Advocate
- Kansas City Star
Stan Jastrzebski has competed in trivia competitions in 14 states (and Washington, D.C.), including appearances on “Jeopardy!” and “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.” He’s won more than 40 state, regional and national journalism awards and has spent more than a dozen years leading NPR member station newsrooms. He lives in Lafayette, IN with his wife and daughter.