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Who’s Buying? That’s One Question. Who’s Reading? That’s Another

latbuilding.jpgVariety has another story about more potential suitors for the LAT and/or Tribune Corp.

But as LA Observed notes, people aren’t reading our local paper anymore. We’d like to think the 8% drop in circulation is due to FBLA’s witty and carefully crafted LAT in 90 Seconds feature, a spectacular public service that renders reading the actual paper unnecessary.

So maybe all those investment firms and billionares should stop humping the Trib Towers and throw a little love (and money) our way.

Just a thought.

Earlier:

LA Times Circulation Falls, NY Post Gains: Can Gossip Make the Difference?

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