Hard Times

Friday, June 13, 2008


Perhaps no major U.S. paper has been under siege longer than the Los Angeles Times, and this week brought yet another insult. New York Times media reporter Richard Pérez-Peña has been covering this historic retrenchment.

Comments [1]

Kerry Crawford from Memphis, TN

I agree that the newspaper industry isn't doing so well. I'd like to point out though that it seems to be mostly the print editions of newspapers that are having the major problems. I'm not sure why so many traditional print journalists seem so scared to walk towards the soft fuzzy glow of new media. Newspapers should move towards becoming an information industry rather than one with a specific print product.

Jun. 20 2008 12:40 AM

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