Jennifer Saba

Associate Editor of Editor & Publisher

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Associate Editor of Editor & Publisher magazine

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In the San Francisco Bay Area, almost all employees at 22 dailies and weeklies have been   asked to take buyouts.

California Running Out of Both Money and News

In the San Francisco Bay Area, almost all employees at 22 dailies and weeklies have been asked to take buyouts.

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Since the Chandler family sold the  Los Angeles Times  to the  Tribune Company  of Chicago, there's been a parade of news editors and publishers, several of whom has left because of…

Tribune Sold to Sam Zell

Since the Chandler family sold the Los Angeles Times to the Tribune Company of Chicago, there's been a parade of news editors and publishers, several of whom has left because of…

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