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Old newsrooms reaching new heights

Posted by   /  January 23, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Detroit Free Press building, Detroit Michigan. / Wikipedia By Jeffery Steele | Forbes Many of today’s slimmed-down big city daily newspapers may no longer be able to justify the headquarters buildings constructed expressly for them a century ago. But those early 20th-century monuments to the Fourth Estate’s power and glory have not gone away. Far […]

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Newspapers will be gone in 5 years, says NYT editor

Posted by   /  May 22, 2019  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

Baquet on Trump: said of how he’s handled Trump’s bashing: “I remember the first time he attacked us. It was shortly after the election, the first time he attacked very powerfully. … We had never had a president attack us in such a public way. And we responded, forcefully.” Loss of local media keeps Dean […]

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When newspapers close, the cost of government goes up

Posted by   /  July 27, 2018  /  Government and Politics, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

A first-of-its-kind study looks at how local news outlets shutting down impacts cities’ and counties’ finances By Liz Farmer | Governing Mass layoffs and downsizing have decimated many newsrooms over the last two decades as the way people access their news has changed in the internet era. But new research shows that the decline of […]

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The final ripoff: Paid obituaries

Posted by   /  August 1, 2017  /  By Phil Riske, Media and Entertainment, Rose Law Group  /  No Comments

From the Rose Law Group Reporter Growlery By Phil Riske | Senior Reporter/Writer Call this an “obitchuary.” They’re going to get you one last time when you check out. A high school classmate died recently, and her friends wondered why hometown newspapers hadn’t published her obituary. Looking into it, we were told an obituary would […]

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