Paul Janensch, a news professional for 35 years, is an associate professor of journalism at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn. He comments on the news media for WNPR Connecticut Public Radio and the Connecticut Post of Bridgeport. He served as the top editor of The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Ky., the Rockland Journal News in Nyack, N.Y., and the Telegram & Gazette in Worcester, Mass. As a reporter, he covered crime in Chicago, the Vietnam debate in Congress and civil-rights marches in the South. He was a newspaper consultant in Russia and has lectured on the American media in China. He holds a BA in philosophy from Georgetown and an MS in journalism from Columbia. He and his wife Gail live in Rowayton, Conn., and have three grown children and one grandchild.
- Janensch on the Media: Lies, Lies and more Lies
- Janensch on the Media: 9/11 Rumors and Truth
- Janensch on the Media: Sarah Palin Surprise
- Janensch on the Media: Convention Coverage
- Janensch on the Media: Breaking the Edwards Affair
- Jenensch on the Media: Did He Really Say That?
- Janensch on the Media: NBC's Olympic Coverage
- Janensch on the Media: Obama Abroad
- Janensch on the Media: Celebrity, Fashion, Sex
- Janensch on the Media: Remember Afghanistan?