Oops: Bay Citizen Forgets to Renew Domain Name
There are a lot of things on the mind of a news organization. Somewhere down the to-do list is something along the lines of “renew domain name.”
Somehow, the Bay Citizen, a non-profit New York Times partner, forgot that one.
As Jim Romenesko reports, this is the least of the organization’s troubles:

The unexpected death of [investor Warren] Hellman [in December] left The Bay Citizen without its founder and benefactor. In September, the news organization’s founding editor-in-chief, Jonathan Weber, resigned abruptly. In October, the founding chief executive, Lisa Frazier, announced that she would resign in early 2012 for health reasons. Last week, the interim editor-in-chief, Steve Fainaru, a former Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter for The Washington Post, announced that he was resigning to pursue a book project.

Image: Screenshot of BayCitizen.org as of 10:15am EST with GoDaddy’s standard notice that the domain has expired.

Oops: Bay Citizen Forgets to Renew Domain Name

There are a lot of things on the mind of a news organization. Somewhere down the to-do list is something along the lines of “renew domain name.”

Somehow, the Bay Citizen, a non-profit New York Times partner, forgot that one.

As Jim Romenesko reports, this is the least of the organization’s troubles:

The unexpected death of [investor Warren] Hellman [in December] left The Bay Citizen without its founder and benefactor. In September, the news organization’s founding editor-in-chief, Jonathan Weber, resigned abruptly. In October, the founding chief executive, Lisa Frazier, announced that she would resign in early 2012 for health reasons. Last week, the interim editor-in-chief, Steve Fainaru, a former Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter for The Washington Post, announced that he was resigning to pursue a book project.

Image: Screenshot of BayCitizen.org as of 10:15am EST with GoDaddy’s standard notice that the domain has expired.

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