Monday, March 09, 2015

Monday Morning in the Blogosphere

The Los Angeles Times once had over 950 pressmen and women at it's three production facilities, today that number has dwindled down to 95. Three more pressmen have taken the never ending buyouts.

Tribune Media's $650 million insider windfall - Crain's

Few young adults rely on print media, study finds - Ocala

Star to end paid digital subscriptions on April 1 - The Star

Tribune TV-Ent. Adjusted 4Q Rev Up 15% - TV News Check

The New York Times launches main Instagram account - Poynter

Sun-Times offers to postpone layoffs — with a catch - Robert Feder

Digital Shift the Only Way to Save Some Newspapers - Good E-Reader

Circulation: Forget Everything You Thought You Knew - Editor and Publisher

Company Shares of Tribune Publishing Company Drops by -15.4% - Winston View

Arbitrator, Mark Burstein's Seniority Grievance Decision at L.A. Times - Save Our Trade


Anonymous said...

Those buttons on Chuck's shirt are going to hurt someone if they pop off. Rick's shirt looks like it already shot a few buttons off.

Anonymous said...

let the remaining strike. they would be easily filled with the ones that left or got laid off for 22 bucks a hour

Anonymous said...

Can we find a Mortician out of work to take Russ's job for 22 bucks an hour?