When Road & Track moved to the Midwest and left its California staff behind, there was little worry about what its outstanding free-lance photojournalist correspondent John Lamm would do next. His work has been his passport for three plus decades, earning him assignments and awards from around the world. Although, photography comes to mind first […]
Auto journalists took another “hit” (see Regional News) when Dennis Romero, wrote in his LA Weekly blog, “putting the hammer down in a hot German touring car is almost required these days for automotive journalists.” He goes on to slam all auto writers, “And, so, rare is the journalist who has a clean driving record.” […]
There’s likely to be a lot of traffic on Lane Changes when Road & Track’s move to Ann Arbor, Mich. is finally done. That could be by the end of September. CarPubInsider editor Eric H. Killorin writes the move is the likely beginning of consolidation amongst the big four auto magazines if not to two, […]
Comparing the starting of a blog with the starting of a traditional career in print media, I say that the single most important difference is that the traditional guys had to earn their way into the business.