Classical music crits support their own so where's the other org's?

by Jason Gross

13 July 2008

 

It’s nice to see classical writers support their own in the face of constant downsizing at newspapers across America: the The Music Critics Association of North America did in this posting at Poynter about the desperate situation.  Good for the MCA but why don’t we hear from other writers groups like the Jazz Journalists Association or the… wait a minute, what ARE the other music journalist associations out there…?

 

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