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John Carroll

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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

John Carroll on KCRW

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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Five and a half years, the  Chicago Tribune Company  has cut more than 200 newsroom jobs from the  Los Angeles Times , reducing the staff to about 900 people.  Now Tribune wants to cut…

Will the LA Times Be Sold or Allowed to Just Fade Away?

Five and a half years, the Chicago Tribune Company has cut more than 200 newsroom jobs from the Los Angeles Times , reducing the staff to about 900 people.  Now Tribune wants to cut…

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