By paulgillin | January 3, 2008 - 10:47 am - Posted in BusinessModel, NewMedia, Newspapers, OnlineMedia

Kentucky Post final headline

The Kentucky Post closed the books on a 126-year-old print heritage at the end of 2007. To print journalists, the front page headline of “-30-” is familiar. It’s the line traditionally used to denote the end of a story. The Business Courier of Cincinnati has more.



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