Categories Uncategorized A plea from newsrooms Post author By Jack Lail Post date July 3, 2008 6 Comments on A plea from newsrooms Sign on icemaker in the newsroom at the Knoxville News Sentinel. The newsroom is in the midst of a reorganization and redefinition that is called “transformation.” And, no, we haven’t lost our sense of humor. Share this: Related10 keys to newsroom transformationMay 11, 2015In "Adversity is a mean teacher"On newsroom innovation ...June 7, 2013In "Online Media"Stand it on its headJuly 15, 2007In "Newspapers" ← Frightsizing potential → Recall on fireworks that make ‘loud bang’ 6 replies on “A plea from newsrooms” Are you sure you work in a a NEWSROOM? (We work in the “Information Center”) 😉 That’s pretty good. My shop would have written, “Will somebody please reinvent this thing?” @Katie: We’re still Old School enough to call it a newsroom. But we have done away with “managing editor.” It’s deadly serious business to remake ourselves and reshape our culture and retool our operations, but I’m damn glad we have retained a sense of humor about it. You have an ice machine? We just had to fan our tongues. @Lillard. We’re good at fanning our tongues, too! Comments are closed.