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Trib Total Media sold eight newspapers last October and laid off 658 employees in November. It shuttered the McKeesport Daily News the Monongahela Valley 8767 s longest-running daily in December. Nearly 85% of the staff got a buyout offer in July. This is clearly a media business that 8767 s looking to get out of the media business.
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“The continued competition between the two newspapers was threatening to both,” said Times chairman and CEO Paul Tash, in a quote on Rick Edmonds’ blog at the Poynter Institute. “There are very few cities that are able to sustain more than one daily newspaper, and the Tampa Bay region is not among them.”
A serial killer masquerades as a preacher in order to prey on women. His last wife may have committed suicide and his current wife is sick. Single mom Trish and