On this edition of the Podcast Robert Paddock Jr., Vice Chairman/Executive Vice President of the Daily Herald, sits down to discuss the rich history of this amazing family business. The Daily Herald was founded by Bob Paddock’s great Grandfather, Josea. The newspaper started as the Palatine Enterprise in 1898 by horse and buggy with a horse named “Dolly”. Josea started selling subscriptions door to door and the Rest is what you call history.
The Paddock family has owned and operated the newspaper for more than a 100 years. Navigating its way through generational changes has been a symbol of the papers resilience and determination in our ever changing times.
(Big Picture. Local Focus) is the Daily Heralds saying on their logo. That saying sums up their contribution to our great community. Serving the North West Suburbs of Chicago, the newspapers team of talented reporters and staff has been delivering the important news that matters most to our local residents.
“The future will be exiting. There will always be a need for good journalism,” says Bob Paddock.
Ideas and Topics Discussed in This Episode:
Advice For Aspiring Journalists
Robert Paddock’s Why?
The Daily Herald’s Community Involvement
The Future of The Newspaper Industry
Peter’s Own Journey To Total Body and Mind Transformation
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