Saturday, February 14, 2009

Valentine's Day... What's to Love?

> Trib to close Rome bureau, trim Jerusalem
> Tribune Co. to combine operations of 2 TV stations
> 'Baltimore Sun' Closes Suburban Bureaus, More Cuts Coming
> Tales from the ‘dark side:’ Reporters cover government from the inside
> From journalism to a strip club: A tale of the recession
> Bankruptcy Court OKs New Tribune Co. Severance Policy
> Tribune Co. wins right to pay $8.8 mil in bonuses
> Cablevision writes down Newsday's value by millions
> TV group Young Broadcasting files bankruptcy
> Sun-Sentinel Gets Its Two Cents Worth
> Tribune Cuts About A Dozen Newsroom Staffers
> Sun-Times Editor Michael Cooke leaving for Toronto Star
> Morning Call of Allentown has another round of layoffs
> The Media Says Au Revoir to All That
> Default-O-Matic update: Closer to brink
> Press one for news emergency
> Wall Street Journal librarian laments shutdown
> Milwaukee Journal Sentinel parent swings to Q4 loss
> You can’t sell news by the slice
> Battle plans for newspapers
> New England Newspapers Inc. turns to furloughs
> Resilient strategy for NY Times despite toll of a recession
> Honolulu daily switching to tabloid format -- also cutting staff
> Departed Star Tribune workers to get severance
> Pioneer Press workers vote for unpaid furlough
> MediaNews announces furloughs in New Mexico and Texas
> S&P predicts McClatchy loan default by year's end
> Muzak Files for Bankruptcy
> Don't Die on a Sunday in Detroit
> Local TV Stations Face Fuzzy Future
> Mostly Gloom for Glossies
> Charter Communications to File for Bankruptcy
> "Grim" layoff news at The Sacramento Bee
USC Annenberg launches online news publication, Sphere: Related Content

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