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Lessons Learned From A Former Rocky Mountain News Editor

Today is another horrible day for newspapers. Various reports are saying the New York Times will file the appropriate papers to shut down the Boston Globe after negotiations fell short last night. To top it off the Baltimore Sun recently let go of 61 staffers cutting their newsroom by one third. Just a few months back here in my home state of Colorado, the Rocky Mountain News folded leaving the Denver Post as the only major Denver newspaper. Now former editor and publisher John Temple looks back on 12 lessons learned from the Rocky’s ordeal. Whether you’re into newspapers or magazines, this is a must read all the way around.

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