Bad & unappealing journalism continues at The Tribune Company's South Florida Sun-Sentinel and their third-rate website: Still SO many longstanding problems!!! Missing Public Notices page, old information about their own Editorial Board, et al. They still list Earl Maucker as an Editorial Board member even though he retired in 2010. How can Howard Greenberg stand all the mediocrity and incompetence around him?
Another problem is that if you wanted to know who was actually on the newspaper's Editorial Board to know who's actually responsible for their many poorly-thought out and half-assed endorsements last year, like Michael Satz for Broward State's Attorney or ethically-challenged Hallandale beach City Commission incumbent Anthony A. Sanders over my friend, Csaba Kulin, despite the fact that Sanders did such a poor job of answering their questions last October at the candidates meeting -see bottom- often not making sense when asked very simple questions about himself, what you find out is... well, they don't pay much attention to that, either.
Meet the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Editorial Board, including the person who left and hasn't been there since retiring in 2010, Earl Maucker.
What, he's still listed?
Yes, that info is what you see as the first result of a Google Search.
That information is clearly wrong and yet the fact that it's still NOT been corrected in over two years, i.e. deleted, shows you everything you need to know about how much attention to detail is present under the geniuses there, doesn't it?
That's three things right there, but there's really no need to point out more right now.
You get the idea, plus, as some of you may recall, I still have that forthcoming blog post on the Sun-Sentinel's Rosemary Goudreau where I can pile on more material there, along with thoughts on what the paper's new owners should do after they purchase the paper and thoroughly clean house there.
Another blogger who takes a dim view of the Sun-Sentinel , Man, or Maniac?,
wrote this last year: Howard Greenberg Must Be On Crack
Previous posts of mine re the newspaper's many shortcomings are here:
October 17, 2012