Emma Schafer

Public affairs consultant who runs Los Angeles Current Affairs Forum

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Public affairs consultant who runs Los Angeles Current Affairs Forum

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After the Chandler family sold the LA Times to the Chicago Tribune, a stream of editors left rather than making draconian cuts in staff and coverage. The cuts happened anyway.

Cuts at The Los Angeles Times

After the Chandler family sold the LA Times to the Chicago Tribune, a stream of editors left rather than making draconian cuts in staff and coverage. The cuts happened anyway.

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