Conrad Fink

Professor of Newspaper Strategy and Management at the University of Georgia

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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

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.

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