Russ Stanton

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Publisher, Editor of the Los Angeles Times

Russ Stanton on KCRW

After the Chandler family sold the LA Times to the Chicago Tribune, a stream of editors left rather than making draconian cuts in staff and coverage. The cuts happened anyway.

Cuts at The Los Angeles Times

After the Chandler family sold the LA Times to the Chicago Tribune, a stream of editors left rather than making draconian cuts in staff and coverage. The cuts happened anyway.

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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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Past editors of the   LA Times   have boasted national and international experience. They’ve won prizes and served on other major papers, including the   New York Times.

New Leadership at the LA Times

Past editors of the LA Times have boasted national and international experience. They’ve won prizes and served on other major papers, including the New York Times.

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