The Times loses another wind farm reporter

Word around the campfire is that Ethan Zindler, business reporter at the Cape Cod Times and the paper's lead reporter on wind farm coverage, is heading to the D.C. area to cover the banking industry for a trade publication while his wife will be working at Johns Hopkins.

Ethan was a kewl dude with legs in the MTV world and one of the most cyber-hip journalists on Cape Cod. 

The windy kiss of death? 

That makes three Times reporters (and one editor) who covered the Cape Wind farm project leaving in the past half year.

 As my blogmate Spyro quoth presciently many moons ago, "the problem with the Cape Cod Times is that they can't keep their reporters or get rid of their editors."     WB

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