Saturday, December 27, 2008

'Washington Post,' 'Baltimore Sun' Share Content As Editors Depart

The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun have struck a deal to share articles and photos beginning in January, the newspapers announced Tuesday-- allowing both to expand their coverage, which focuses on Maryland, northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C. The deal also covers national and international reporting distributed by the LAT-WP News Service, to which both newspapers already contribute.

Also this week, the Baltimore Sun's editor Timothy Franklin and the executive editor for The Washington Post Jim Brady both said they are leaving their posts at the embattled newspapers. Franklin's departure to teach journalism comes amid repeated layoffs and a declaration of bankruptcy by the Tribune Co.; Brady's departure is rumored to coincide with a merging of the Post's online and print operations.


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