Monday, April 21, 2008

Calling All GWBlogspotters: What Are Your Questions for the Editor-In-Chief of The Hatchet?

No, this is not a drill.

We at GWBlogspot have scored an exclusive interview with Jake Sherman, Editor-In-Chief of The Hatchet.

And in the interest of accessible, open-source new media, you all have the chance to propose questions for us to ask Mr. Sherman.

So let's have at it. Go into the comments and show off your burning desire for the truth by proposing questions for us to ask Jake.

  1. How does a tip become a story--what's the process behind constructing a Hatchet article?
  2. How rigorous is the editorial process?
  3. Boxers or briefs?
  4. Who can be a Hatchet reporter, and what are the requirements to become one?

We're going to be recording the interview and putting it up here on GW Blogspot just as soon as we can. Until then, make sure to read The Hatchet and give us some good question ideas.


Anonymous said...

Why are you a douche?

Anonymous said...

I think that about sums it up. Are any further questions really necessary?

Anonymous said...

Why is it that you harass people who are misquoted in articles? It is not their fault that your writers put words in their mouth.
Yet I was harassed by multiple phone calls from Hatchet editors during mid-terms to fill out an official statement. Please! I had tests to study for, and no time to correct your mistake.

Anonymous said...

my question: do you feel that the Hatchet is under-staffed?

Anonymous said...

Are you single? You'd be perfect for my son

David said...

How much longer can the hatchet continue in print? Do you ever foresee moving to a 100% online publication as Howard's paper has done? What percent of your ad revenue is generated online? Please explain the details of the Hatchet's foray into blogging? What are your future plans in regards to the Hatchet's blogs?

Anonymous said...

Howard went online because their business operation self destructed and they had no money. It was not because of a paramount change in college media business models it was just because they ran out of money.