John Carroll

Los Angeles Times

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Former editor of the Los Angeles Times (2000-2005), the Baltimore Sun and Lexington Herald Leader; Visiting Knight Lecturer at Harvard University's Shorenstein Center

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Newspapers are shedding staff and reducing services, just like other industries, but even if the economy picks up, they may not bounce back.

Is the Newspaper Industry Stumbling? Crumbling?

Newspapers are shedding staff and reducing services, just like other industries, but even if the economy picks up, they may not bounce back.

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