Friday, July 10, 2009

Bay State Banner suspends publication as revenue falls

The Bay State Banner, which has been bringing news and community tidbits to Boston’s African-American community for 44 years, is abruptly suspending publication because of declining advertising revenue.

Publisher and editor Melvin B. Miller said the suspension is because of “financial reasons,’’ but he declined to say how long the paper would be shuttered. He said he had “been working on things’’ to prevent shutdown, but declined to elaborate.


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