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Seeking advice

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by UKWildcatatheart, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. UKWildcatatheart

    UKWildcatatheart New Member

    Hello all. I need some advice. Recently I took a job but before I left the editor and publisher at my old stomping grounds asked if I had any recommendations on how the sports section should be after my departure. I told them my ideas, but since leaving I have noticed that they are not following what I had mentioned to them. The new guy is completely wrecking things.
    Here's my questions, should I even care, and secondly, should I fire off an e-mail both to the new guy and to the editor and publisher?
     
  2. Flying Headbutt

    Flying Headbutt Moderator Staff Member

    It ain't your business anymore.
     
  3. Danny Noonan

    Danny Noonan Member

    Nope. It's like selling your house. The new owner can do whatever he wants. You left, it isn't your issue.
     
  4. m2spts

    m2spts Member

    It's their problem.
    I'm a finalist (I hope) for an SE job, where the former SE is retiring.
    I suggested that he write a 2-3 times per week sports column, which I hope he does (whether I'm there or not).
    But he says he has no interest in knowing what goes on, and why.
    I like that attitude.
    As difficult as it is to accept, the paper will get by without you.
    Make your new assignment better.
     
  5. Moderator1

    Moderator1 Moderator Staff Member

    No. STFU. You're outta there.
     
  6. Ace

    Ace Well-Known Member

    I agree with the above sentiments.

    Keep it in the rear-view mirror.
     
  7. Oz

    Oz Active Member

    Second that. You've done your part, now it's out of your hands. You can't do anymore.
     
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