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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Graphic Communications Conference Vs. Los Angeles Times Debate

George Tedeschi, President, Graphic Communications Conference, has invited David Hiller, Publisher, Los Angeles Times, to a debate tomorrow at 11:00am at the Holiday Inn. Not sure if Mr. Hiller will be there, but just incase, I will be on hand with my camera.

Location: 1020 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles

Map: Holiday Inn

6 comments:

Show me the Money said...

Wow the union is going all out here. I'm sure it's because they care so much about pressroom employees and not the hundreds of thousands in dues they would collect!

Anonymous said...

does tribune care ?? ...by the way how many people do we have now compared too say 10 yrs ago when we had more people ??

Anonymous said...

"by the way how many people do we have now compared too say 10 yrs ago when we had more people ??"

Duh, I think you just answered your own question.

Anonymous said...

"does tribune care ?? ...by the way how many people do we have now compared too say 10 yrs ago when we had more people ??"


The Los Angeles Times is not the only company that has found it necessary to downsize in order to stay competitive in the current business environment; and just for the record, I'd rather work for a company that is "lean and mean", instead of being unemployed.

Anonymous said...

5 decks last night on 2nd daily.....let's compare that to 10 years ago.

Mike LaSpina said...

vote yes guys! Have a say in the pressroom
good luck
Mike LaSpina
Local 406