I wonder if Gannett employees are making the connection yet?
The Obamaloon administration don’t need none o’dat “business stuff”.
Dat’s capitalist crap.
Dat’s why dey demanded that the paper drop staff. Dey’ll only need one news outlet soon anyway.
Their tax dodgers and law school dropouts know all there is to know about running businesses and countries.
The question is: Why does a tiny paper need a full time Biz staff anyway? Most of the really big papers only have one or two dedicated writers/editors and most of their business stuff usually comes off the wires.
Just make sure the guy covering Town Hall and the police blotter can also write about local business. (New shop opens at Mall)
Cronkite was back on the air later that afternoon, and by the end of the day the decision had been made, by all three networks, to suspend all commercials and entertainment programs until after Kennedy's funeral. Thus, by nightfall, the nation was locked into what, in retrospect, still stands out as the most extraordinary weekend in the history of television.
With the decision to turn continuous air time over to the network news departments, TV journalism was suddenly faced with with a challenge far greater than any it had previously experienced. Because of the triumph it achieved in meeting that challenge, television news would never be regarded in quite the same way again. It is no exaggeration to say that during those four days in November 1963, TV journalism came into is full maturity. What's more, its performance that weekend provided a clear glimpse into the future. In the years ahead, television would come to be recognized as the dominant voice in American journalism, the prime source from which the majority of Americans received their news. - Air Time
Bring back Howdy Doody and Soupy Sales reruns for this ‘’Special occasions’’, be a winner.