Rick Edmonds

former Managing Editor, St. Petersburg Times

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Media business analyst at the Poynter Institute; former Managing Editor of the St. Petersburg Times in Florida

Rick Edmonds on KCRW

Magazines are cutting their staffs as are news broadcasters, both commercial and listener supported.

Does News Have a Future?

Magazines are cutting their staffs as are news broadcasters, both commercial and listener supported.

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