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Quill, A magazine for the professional journalist, July/Aug 2010

Ten with Dan Christensen, by Scott Leadingham

The Florida Roundup, WLRN, Sept. 17, 2010

The Florida Roundup, WLRN, July 9, 2010

The Brechner Report, April 2010

Rule change targets falsification of criminal records, by Dan Christensen  (Page 4)

The Florida Roundup, WLRN, Feb. 19, 2010

Growth Spur Blog, Feb. 5, 2010

The Rise of New Voices in Local News

“Occasionally, you’ll still see comments by newspaper traditionalists advocating radical measures (government support, etc.) to save newspapers, based on the claim that only newspapers do original reporting.”

TPMMuckraker, Feb. 2, 2010, by Justin Elliott

Investment Advice Guru Who Gave Big To GOP Accused Of Ponzi Scheme

“A Nevada motivational speaker-cum-investment guru who is also a major GOP donor is being accused in court documents of operating a Ponzi scheme…”

ABA Journal, Jan. 12, 2010

 ‘Invisible’ Woman, 78, Jailed 2 Weeks By ‘System of So-Called Justice’, by Martha Neil

“…Gabrielle Shaink Trudeau spent 15 days in jail, including Thanksgiving, prior to her Dec. 2 arraignment, reports the Broward Bulldog in an article reprinted in the Miami Herald…”

NYDaily News, Jan. 12, 2010

Florida grandma Gabrielle Shaink Trudeau left in jail for 15 days over driver’s license mistake, by Rich O’Malley

 “A 78-year-old indigent Florida woman was left in jail for 15 days — including over Thanksgiving — on charges of driving with a suspended license, according to a story in the online newspaper…”

Naked Politics: The Miami Herald Blog, Dec. 31, 2009

Robert Wexler’s “curious” $150,000 campaign bet

“From former Miami Herald reporter Dan Christensen’s new Broward Bulldog comes a story about outgoing Rep. Robert Wexler’s interesting campaign finance reports…”

TV Technology, Dec. 17, 2009

Reporters Take Control of Their Future, by Frank Beacham

“One of the largest responses I’ve ever received to a column in this magazine came with my recent piece on the future of young people in journalism. Apparently many parents and their college-age offspring are having kitchen-table debates over the future of the media business…”

New Times, Nov. 24, 2009 

The Future of News? Broward Bulldog Debuts in Herald and Sentinel , by Lisa Rab

“The Broward Bulldog makes a splash in the dailies. A sign of sweet justice appears in the Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald today. Dan Christensen, founder of the nonprofit investigative news site Broward Bulldog, reports on a scandal in Broward’s wealthiest circles…”

The Miami Herald, Nov. 23, 2009

New websites seek the scoop on local news and ads, by Bridget Carey

“Finding a financially viable way to provide local news is a challenge large metropolitan newspapers are confronting…”

New Times, Nov. 17, 2009

The Rise and Fall of South Florida’s Daily Newspapers, by Lisa Rab

“A standing-room-only crowd attended the meeting where Rochelle Gilken decided to end her newspaper career…”

Covering Health, Nov. 6, 2009

One-time surgeon general pick faces SEC case, by Pia Christensen

“In a tale of alleged fraud and political access, Dan Christensen of the Broward Bulldog in South Florida (and no relation to this blog post’s author), writes about cardiologist Zachariah P. Zachariah who has been accused by the Securities and Exchange Commission of ‘using nonpublic information to make more than a half-million dollars in illegal profits from stock trades in 2005…’”

South Florida Business Journal, Oct. 30, 2009

Friday, October 30, 2009

Reporters become entrepreneurs in wake of job cuts, by Oscar Pedro Musibay

“Nationwide staff cuts at media outlets around the country are prompting a new breed of independent news organizations to pop up…”

New Times, Oct. 30, 2009

Cheers to the New Bulldog Blog in Town, by Lisa Rab

“There’s a new bulldog in town. After 30 years in the South Florida news business, Dan Christensen isn’t about to let one small layoff stop him from mining the bottomless pit of Broward County corruption…”

Photography is Not a Crime, Oct. 30, 2009

Broward Bulldog makes its debut, by Carlos Miller

“If you’re loud enough, you will be heard, despite how many people try to stifle your voice. Especially if you’re a journalist with a reputation for bulldog reporting…”

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  1. Mike Candid says:

    Now Casey’s Anthony Civil Attorney Jonathan Kasen is running for judge in Broward County using this not guilty on murder as a reason to elect him. Why are all these blogs and newspapers not reporting this.

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