Monday, December 1, 2008

Monday Dec. 1 -- got news or a question?

If you have news or a question, leave it in comments.
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5 comments:

Archer05 said...

-CNN Pitches a Cheaper
Wire Service to Newspapers-

New York Times, by TIM ARANGO and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA
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Competition for the biased AP? Too bad CNN probably won’t offer much of a balanced news coverage either, but shaking up the AP will be fun to watch.

Anonymous said...

Bad as they are, the AP Cartel would get a lesson in sedation from those people.

Anonymous said...

http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/081201/mcclatchy_christian_science_monitor.html?.v=1

McClatchy, Christian Science Monitor to share copy
Monday December 1, 4:23 pm ET
McClatchy, Christian Science Monitor to share foreign reporting for 3-month trial

Walter Abbott

Anonymous said...

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-budget2-2008dec02,0,280439.story

Reporting from Sacramento -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered the new Legislature in to work on its first day, declaring a fiscal emergency Monday in response to the state's deteriorating finances and urging lawmakers to "get off of their rigid ideologies."

But even as Schwarzenegger warned that California could run out of cash within two months, there was little indication that the Capitol's partisan gridlock has waned enough to allow for an easy resolution to the state's $28-billion budget gap.


I wonder how this will play out for the all the newspapers in California?

Given what happened in the market today, and all the analysis comments about the newspaper sector.

We may see a flurry of activity of additional cuts right after the holiday season.


http://michellemalkin.com/2008/12/01/the-newspaper-bailout-countdown-clock-its-here/

Anonymous said...

From 7:30 P.M....Reporting from Sacramento -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered the new Legislature in to work on its first day, declaring a fiscal emergency...I wonder how this will play out for the all the newspapers in California?...As long as I keep getting my unemployment check...thanks McClatchy!!!