Michael P. Smith

Northwestern University

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Professor of journalism at Northwestern University and executive director of its Media Management Center 

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Chicago's major newspaper, the Chicago Tribune,  declared bankruptcy  some months ago.  Now, the second city's second paper, the  Sun-Times , has filed for Chapter 11.  Michael Smith…

Chicago Sun-Times Files for Chapter 11

Chicago's major newspaper, the Chicago Tribune, declared bankruptcy some months ago.  Now, the second city's second paper, the Sun-Times , has filed for Chapter 11.  Michael Smith…

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