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Washington Times Sold To Rev. Sun Myung Moon For A Dollar - Posted November 3, 2010
The struggling Washington Times has been sold to its founder and former owner, Rev. Sun Myung Moon, by Moon's eldest son, Preston Moon, for the grand total of one dollar. The Washington Times' sizable debt and liabilities will now be the responsibility of Moon, the paper's former president and publisher ... [Fishbowl NY]

Washington Times Sold To Rev. Sun Myung Moon For A Dollar - Posted November 3, 2010
The struggling Washington Times has been sold to its founder and former owner, Rev. Sun Myung Moon, by Moon's eldest son, Preston Moon, for the grand total of one dollar. The Washington Times' sizable debt and liabilities will now be the responsibility of Moon, the paper's former president and publisher ... [FishbowlNY]

Company-Wide Memo: TWT Reporters to Meet New Management Team - Posted November 2, 2010
TWT newsroom employees learned this morning that the sale of the TWT has finally gone through between News World Communications, run by Preston Moon, and New World Media Development. Details are scarce at this hour. A meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. where reporters will meet with top brass to gather... [FishbowlDC]

Internal Memo Says TWT to Sell for $1 - Posted August 31, 2010
U.S. News & World Report's Paul Bedard has an internal memo claiming that the 30-day impending deal to sell The Washington Times is for $1. Michael Marshall, UPI editor and TWT adviser, wrote the memo. Bedard's writes, the sale will be completed within 30 days and that "many of the former Tim... [FishbowlDC]

TWT 25 Bash Updates - Posted May 18, 2007
From a source: Tom McDevitt announced after the fire alarm that it was set off by someone smoking in a hallway. Some observers, without proof or confirmation, speculated the culprit was TWT assistant National editor Stacy McCain, who is rarely seen without a cigarette. No announcements last night concerning the future leadership of... [FishbowlDC]

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