This blog is mainly about the spectacular train wreck at The Sacramento Bee and its parent company, the McClatchy Company. But I also post about current events, the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, politics, anything else that grabs my attention. Take a look around this blog, hope you enjoy it.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Kansas City Star leaves signage up on bureaus it closed long ago
The Kansas City Star hasn't taken down its signage on bureaus that it closed months ago, according to a report from John Landsberg. Above is a photo of the former Northland Bureau, which closed this past spring. Click here for the full story.
There are still many signs of the fall of communism in Europe. And since many of the old guard reminisce for their glorious past (See Editor and Publisher), to that end, McClatchy could hold their prestigious I.F. Stone Award in their old politburo building and thereby get a twofer for their fellow Trotskyites? After all, no greater honor...
It is very common for "logos" to remain on buildings until a new tenant is found by the owner of that building. It all depends on the terms of the lease for that space. If the logo owner also owns that building, the situation explains itself.
Nothing like advertising that you're shuttering the shop.
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