Skip to comments.More Cuts Planned at Tribune Papers
Posted on 09/27/2013 11:13:27 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The ax is about to drop at newspapers owned by the Tribune Company, according to a report by the firms own Los Angeles Times.
The Times says the company, which also owns The Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Hartford Courant, Orlando Sentinel, and South Florida Sun Sentinel, is reviewing operations in an effort that will likely result in staff reductions.
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Liberal papers not selling anymore?????
That is good news if you ask me
Today, with the public Internet accessible from a touchscreen cellphone you can easily slip into your shirt pocket, no wonder why news magazines and newspapers are dying....
The internet also provided this odd thing that you couldn’t get via newspapers....diverse data, opinions, and eventually....a balanced view of the world. A guy didn’t have to depend on the New York Times anymore...he could read the London Telegraph in the morning, the Paris dailies at lunch, and Drudge as he drove home.
I’d even make this judgement in twenty years....that most local channels in your community will have dissolved away.
Sy Hersh: Close down the news bureaus of NBC and ABC “get rid of 90% of the editors that now exist and start promoting editors that you can’t control.” . . . and get back to the fundamental job of journalists, which is to be an outsider.
Why not just publish one comic book for all of their markets.... :-)
I guess hanging them is a bit over the edge.....
how are they all failing when the country is so liberal like them and everyone overwhelmingly agrees with them, and conservatives are a dead breed? you’d think they couldn’t print enough papers.
It seems to be happening more to the liberal media. Then again, it has been the liberal papers dominating before this time . . .
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