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Richard W. Sandza

Wrong Richard W. Sandza?

Director of Sales and Marketing

Defense News
6883 Commercial Drive
Springfield, Virginia 22159
United States

Company Description: Defense News Media Group, which publishes Defense News, Armed Forces Journal, Training & Simulation Journal, and C4ISR Journal (Intelligence, Surveillance and...   more

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  • Fordham University
  • master's degree , journalism
    Columbia University
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Richard W. ..., 29 Mar 2014 [cached]
Richard W. Sandza
Richard W. Sandza (703-750-8619) is managing editor of Army Times. A former Army armor officer, helicopter pilot and public affairs officer, he reported for Gannett's Westchester-Rockland Newspapers in White Plains, N.Y., and the Wilmington News-Journal in Delaware before spending a decade at Newsweek magazine, covering, among other beats, the Pentagon, CIA, FBI and Justice Department. His assignments included covering the civil wars in Central America and the Falklands War in Argentina. He later owned and operated the Baltimore Guide newspapers in Baltimore before joining Army Times in 2009. He is a graduate of Fordham University and holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.
By Richard Sandza Staff writer ..., 24 July 2013 [cached]
By Richard Sandza Staff writer
Editorial Contacts | Military Times |, 26 May 2014 [cached]
Richard Sandza EMAIL: News Editor
About | The Baltimore Guide, 3 April 2014 [cached]
Milton Lasson sold the paper to Richard W. Sandza, a national security correspondent for Newsweek, in 1989.
Sandza immediately began to focus on neighborhood issues-small business, housing rehab, the condition of neighborhood business districts and crime in the neighborhoods.
In 1991, the Guide advocated for repair and rehabilitation of Patterson Park, and the $12.9 million city bond that community members secured with the help and advocacy of the Guide helped make the park what it is today.
More recently the Guide vigorously supported the construction of the Southeast Anchor Library to replace the tiny branch that had served Highlandtown since 1975.
In 2009 Sandza sold the paper to Ascend Communications, Inc., a family-owned media company based in Tennessee.
Future" and Newsweek ..., 1 Sept 1986 [cached]
Future" and Newsweek journalist Richard Sandza, who has reported on the exploits of computer "crackers."
Richard Sandza was doing a piece for the magazine ... SANDZA: I did a piece talking about these bulletin boards ... (to say) "Here's
SANDZA: I was put on teletrial, which is somewhat like the hot tub parties, only I think I was going to be boiled in oil in this one. DONAHUE: A jury and testimony and everything? SANDZA: Yes, they set up a bulletin board and people would call in and place charges against me and say why I should be punished.
SANDZA: They got my telephone number and began calling me at home at all hours of the day and night.
SANDZA: Well, this started on the day my wife went into labor with our first
SANDZA: They keep track of their hit lists and pass around information so they
SANDZA: Yes, if you want some hate mail, just dial in.
SANDZA: I'm not sure you can protect yourself from this.Credit bureau com-
SANDZA: The kid who got my number, they found ... the password and the number
SANDZA: You're absolutely right. ... (Donahue introduces Bill Steinberg at a
SANDZA: Well, that's why they set up the bulletin board.
SANDZA: It replaces the telephone in alot of cases ...
SANDZA: The flip-side of this is the misuse of these bulletin boards that pass
SANDZA: Perhaps they are.
SANDZA: How are you going to enforce that law?
SANDZA: It's virtually impossible to police it ... the law's beginning to emerge.
SANDZA: The technology is heading toward making it much easier for people who know nothing about computers to use them.
(Woman asks Sandza what about what the punishment was in his "teletrial" -- "did they flip the switch or what?")
SANDZA: No.I made a deal with a friend who's a hacker who crashed the system ... he essentially blew up the courthouse. (Laughter.)
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