Posts Tagged ‘ Print Media Deathwatch ’

Print Media Deathwatch: Seattle PI’s Days Are Numbered – At 60

Jan 10th, 2009 | By | Category: General

Despite the fact that we’ve seen the death of traditional newspapers coming for a long time, actually seeing it happen is still pretty shocking. The Seattle PI has announced that its days are numbered – at 60: After 146 years of delivering news, the Seattle P-I faces becoming what it has chronicled: history. Economic reasons […]

Print Media Deathwatch: Plain-Dealer Renting Out Space?

Jan 6th, 2009 | By | Category: General

The Cleveland Leader, a competitor of grand old newspaper stalwart, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports that the Plain Dealer is considering renting out downtown office and parking space — space no longer needed due to “staff reductions.” The Leader claims that Plain Dealer employees received a memo Monday about leasing space in its newly-constructed building […]