Conrad Fink

Professor of Newspaper Strategy and Management at the University of Georgia

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Conrad Fink on KCRW

Publisher Jeff Johnson  and  Editor Dean Baquet  still have their jobs, at least for the moment, after a public challenge to  LA Times  owners at  Tribune Publishing  in Chicago.

Tribune Board Meets as Mutiny at the LA Times Continues

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