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The Front Page – Does Survival Overtake Editorial Policies?
Philip Stone April 14, 2009 Follow on Twitter
There was a hue and cry from the Los Angeles Times’ newsroom last week because the newspaper sold, for six figures, a L-shaped front page ad in which half looked like editorial copy, and the other half a display ad. The journalists said what the publisher did was sacrilegious to the newspaper’s traditions. The publisher says the newspaper needed the cash. Who’s right? available for restricted access.
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