The Thrill is Gone Working for a newspaper used to seem like a noble and exciting calling. Now the business side has triumphed and angst reigns in America's newsrooms.
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The Shrinking L.A. Times The Los Angeles Times rose from mediocrity to join the newspaper elite. But in July the unthinkable happened: 150 newsroom positions were slashed and sections were scrapped. Where does it go from here?
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Showdown in the Rockies Dean Singleton's Denver Post and Scripps Howard's Rocky Mountain News are locked in an old-fashioned newspaper war. The Post has moved ahead on Sunday; the Rocky hopes a new editor will give it needed momentum.
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All in the Family The media megadeals pose a major challenge to the networks: Will ABC and CBS be able to provide unfettered coverage of their parent companies and their pet issues?
> read more By Marc Gunther