Christian Science Monitor Oct. 27, 2008

from Boston Behind the Scenes· ·

On this show I'll take you to what may be the most respected newspaper in Boston. And no, it probably isn't the one you just thought of. If someone asks you "Did you see the front page of the paper today?", if you're in Boston, your mind immediately goes to one of three places: the Globe, [...]



Christian Science MonitorOn this show I'll take you to what may be the most respected newspaper in Boston. And no, it probably isn't the one you just thought of.

If someone asks you "Did you see the front page of the paper today?", if you're in Boston, your mind immediately goes to one of three places: the Globe, the Herald, and the Metro. But those three aren't the only games in town. Right beside the beautiful reflecting pool next to the Prudential Center is _another _paper -- one that reaches millions of people every day: The Christian Science Monitor.

If you've never read the Monitor, you're missing out. Their stories are a great way to get a well-rounded idea of what's going in in the world without reading a full-page article in the Globe or the New York Times. I visited the Monitor's Offices recently and talked to their Managing Editor about this giant of the news business that's right in the middle of Boston.