Behind The Mic With Joe Mathieu: End Of An Era For News

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu looks at why major newspapers and magazines are being sold.


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Yankees Gone In A Sweep, Newsweek Goes Under & Zumba Hookers in Maine?

Newsweek magazine, for 80-years a reliable left-wing (alleged) news magazine is going digital and what a shame, no matter what its political bent. Slowly but surely, the world is surrendering to the digital world, i.e. the social media, and if this keeps up, what are we going to use to line our bird-cage?


John Connolly (file image)

John Connolly: Whitey Bulger’s Capture Could Set Me Free

The former FBI agent convicted of tipping off Whitey Bulger prior to his indictment says Bulger’s arrest will exonerate him.


In this magazine cover image released by Newsweek, a computer-generated image of Princess Diana is shown with Kate Middleton on the cover of the July 4, 2011 issue of Newsweek magazine. Diana was killed in a car accident in 1997 and would have turned 50 on Friday. In April, Middleton married Prince William, the oldest son of Diana and Prince Charles. (AP Photo/Newsweek)

Newsweek Cover Featuring Princess Diana & Kate Middleton Causing Controversy

If you ever wondered what Princess Diana might look like today, Newsweek has taken out the guess work.