Sunday, August 27, 2006

Sunday Morning Linkage

Some Daily Press section fronts get ads (Daily Press)

Why should journalists blog? (Colorado Tribune)

Tribune correspondent charged as spy in Sudan (Sudan Net)

Chicago Tribune Reporter Charged With Espionage In Sudan (Morning Star)

US journalist in Darfur court for espionage (Topix)

The Chicago Tribune Phil Rosenthal Media column (TMC)

Attorney General continues to look at Hearst deal (Business Journal) Launches dealeradvantage LIVE (Morning Star)

Job Boom Makes Driving a Chore on the Westside (Los Angeles Times)

Newspapers are doomed (Peoria Pundit)

Tribune to cut 250 call center jobs (Daily Pundit)

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