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Former Radar EIC Lands At TheWeek.com, SF Chronicle Cuts Commence
May 8, 2009
As the San Francisco Chroniclebegins its layoff process, media watchers continue pontificating about the newspaper industry's ultimate fate. Michael Wolffthinks the industry is dying, but says that isn't necessarily a bad thing. (Really? One has to wonder where his Newser.com aggregator would get its stories if newspapers on the whole did indeed go under.) Silicon Alley Insider's Henry Blodgetuses some back-of-the-envelope math to determine The New York Times would need to cut 600-700 from its editorial staff to survive as an online-only entity. That would, he points out, still leave ...
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