Thursday, August 13, 2009

Why the Winnipeg Free Press still stands tall

After a recent labour strike and staff layoffs, the independent Winnipeg Free Press still maintains its own movie critic, its own parliamentary reporter in Ottawa and continues to send reporters abroad. And despite difficulties, writes John Longhurst, the Free Press is still profitable.

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1 comment:

Jaime said...

You didn't have to go to some wilderness outpost to find this example. I work at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland. We're still profitable, and have two reporters in D.C., and several more in Columbus. But I'm still in trouble.