“The cannabis industry is something we are trying to hit hard because I don't know where else they're going to advertise” says Marsh.
“It’s going to be a billion-dollar industry in this state.” A final piece in the ’s puzzle is its alliance with the Real News Network, an international nonprofit news organization producing mostly video content.
The dirty secret of publishing is that there's still money in print advertising.” Naff is co-owner of BNP Omnimedia, which publishes the ’s website back in the 1990s and has lived in Baltimore for 25 years, so you really can’t call him out-of-town owner (something folks here are leery of).
He says they are starting small, with a circulation of but 20,000 (down from ’s most recent 50,000—and an even smaller slice of the nigh-six-figure circulation of my era) and with a lot of work still to do on the digital side.
Its Baltimore office opened in 2014 and they, too, will be partnering with can and will be by what hit the streets this week.
It’s a work in progress—an experiment in collaborative journalism getting its sea legs in turbulent media waters.
And didn’t the alt-like digital news in the Gothamist/DNAinfo network just go dark after billionaire owner Joe Ricketts decided to pull the plug? “We wouldn’t be doing this if we didn’t think there was a solid business model.
It has a capacity of 52, with chairs and tables for 35, and can be rented for private functions.
The Café also provides catering for events upon request.
Competition judges include Dawn Manley, Strategy, Business Development and Partnership at Samsung Strategy and Innovation Center; Steve Girsky, Managing Partner, Vecto IQ and former GM Board of Directors; and Seval OZ, Former CEO of Continental Intelligent Transportations Systems, LLC.
Wi Tricity will also have a presence at the event as one of the six Emerging Tech companies featured during show media days.It was important for me to be a black woman in this position.” That she hasn’t been in the print game for decades might even have some benefits.