Steve O'Sullivan

former Business Executive, Los Angeles Newspaper Group

Guest

Instructor in media ethics and organizational communication at Cal Poly Pomona and other universities; 20year veteran editor and business executive with the Los Angeles Newspaper Group

Steve O'Sullivan on KCRW

More and more Californians are getting their news on the Internet, which means they're getting for free what it costs newspapers a lot of money to gather and publish.

The Future of Newspapers in California

More and more Californians are getting their news on the Internet, which means they're getting for free what it costs newspapers a lot of money to gather and publish.

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