Tuesday, January 11, 2011

How others see Editor Francis 'Frank' Scandale

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Here are two comments on posts about Francis "Frank" Scandale, editor of The Record since January 2001:

Anonymous said...
As pointed out once before, Scandale likes to take credit for the Columbine Pulitzer, but he wasn't in the office when the news broke and an assistant made the initial assignments, not paging Scandale until later. "All I thought," Scandale later complained to American Journalism Review, "is why didn't they page me sooner?" Right, it's always all about you, Frank! I can guess why they didn't page him sooner -- probably didn't want the stumbling glory-hound getting in everyone's way and making assignments based on office politics rather than ability to do the job. http://www.ajr.org/article.asp?id=514
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