Jennifer Robison, Columbia Journalism Review

Jennifer Robison

Columbia Journalism Review

San Francisco, CA, United States

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  • Columbia Journalism Review
  • Las Vegas Review-Journal

Past articles by Jennifer:

The newspaper that #MeToo missed

At Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Review-Journal, allegations of misconduct were met with little change—and a big payout for the man in charge → Read More

Enrollment in Nevada's health insurance marketplace tops '15 totals

Enrollment in Nevada's health insurance marketplace handily beat the totals of a year ago. Nevada Health Link signed up 88,145 customers, including 62,697 Las Vegans, in the open-enrollment period that ran from Nov. 1 through Jan. 31, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported Thursday. → Read More

Review-Journal taps industry veteran J. Keith Moyer as new editor

The Review-Journal has a permanent editor. J. Keith Moyer, an industry veteran who's led national newsrooms as an editor and publisher, on Friday took the reins of newsroom's top job. → Read More

Channel 8 returns to Cox after dispute resolved

Local cable viewers can get back to picking out party snacks and beer ahead of Super Bowl 50, set to air Sunday on CBS. → Read More

Channel 8 returns to Cox after weekslong dispute resolved

The weekslong dispute between KLAS TV Channel 8 and Cox Communications is resolved. → Read More

Cox, Channel 8 dispute not resolved

Local cable viewers tuning into KLAS-TV Channel 8 Saturday morning to watch "Jack Hanna's Into the Wild" didn't see lions, tigers or bears. → Read More

Cox, Channel 8 still negotiating as Friday deadline nears; customers could miss Super Bowl

The clock is running down on a deal that would keep Super Bowl 50 on the air for nearly half of the local TV-viewing market. → Read More

Las Vegas and Nevada again claim No. 1 rankings for underwater homes

A key housing indicator showed little improvement at the end of 2015, heralding the potential for a slower local real estate recovery. → Read More

Las Vegas and Nevada again claim No. 1 rankings for underwater homes

A key housing indicator showed little improvement at the end of 2015, heralding the potential for a slower local real estate recovery. → Read More

Nevada's health insurance exchange nears 80,000 enrollees

With four days left in the sign-up period, Nevada's health insurance exchange is closing in on 80,000 customers. → Read More

Gains in key sectors push down jobless rate in Las Vegas

Big gains in several key employment sectors pushed down the Las Vegas Valley's jobless rate in December. → Read More

Dignity Health plans four neighborhood hospitals

A new hospital model is coming to the Las Vegas Valley. Dignity Health, which runs three St. Rose Dominican campuses in Henderson and southwest Las Vegas, plans four smaller neighborhood hospitals across the Las Vegas Valley in the next two years. → Read More

Albertsons to take over vacant grocery space in Summerlin

Albertsons will take over an abandoned grocery space at Trails Village Center in Summerlin. → Read More

UNLV professor plays role in U.S. oil exports

The U.S. economy experienced a landmark moment this month when the nation began exporting crude oil for the first time in four decades. → Read More

Cox customers could miss Super Bowl if dispute with KLAS-TV continues

Super Bowl 50 could be a super bust for some local TV viewers. → Read More

Cox customers could miss Super Bowl if dispute with KLAS-TV continues

A dispute between a local network affiliate and the city's cable provider could leave nearly half of the Las Vegas Valley in the dark on 2016's biggest sports day. → Read More

Default activity in Nevada housing market gained momentum in '15

Nevada's foreclosure markets refused to go along in 2015. → Read More

Sutherland Global to open 2,000-employee operations center in Las Vegas

A business process outsourcing and technology management services company will open a 2,000-employee operations center in Las Vegas. → Read More

Median Las Vegas home price ends 2015 at $217,000

The Las Vegas housing market ended 2015 on a solid note, with stable appreciation and a healthy gain in home sales, according to a new report. → Read More

Glenn Cook tapped as Review-Journal interim editor

Glenn Cook, the paper's senior editorial writer, will serve as interim editor of the Las Vegas Review-Journal while a permanent newsroom chief is hired, likely within 60 days, Publisher Jason Taylor said Wednesday. → Read More