dovetail wrote:I can remember the NJ before Gannett took them over. They had a pretty good sports section that has been severely downsized in content and personnel over the years. The "sports" section today is barely four pages and a lot of that is professional sports scores and racing results.
joe c wrote:Look forward to the very soon to come article of the hirings of our new Coordinators and hopefully with some positive spins on them.
bluehenbillk wrote:Holy crap, I open this site up & we're at war over newspaper coverage?
cougarpines1 wrote:[quoteWhat day does the paperboy knock on the door to collect? ]
bluehenbillk wrote:Let me clue people in to the 21st Century: The Print business - newspapers & magazines is a quickly dying business. If that's where you goto get your information - wow, just wow.
henfan wrote:Bill, of course that's right. Then again, a large majority of people haven't relied only on hardcopy print media as their sole, or even main, source of coverage since the advent of TV, but it still remains a viable and important industry, particularly with respect to the coverage of local/state news.
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