By paulgillin | July 13, 2007 - 5:35 am - Posted in Journalism, Layoffs, Newspapers

Eric Deggans of TampaBay.com points out the absurdity of newspapers’ coverage of their own struggles, noting that journals that aspire to complete truth and transparency obfuscate when it comes to documenting the layoffs and budget cuts that plague them today. He notes that the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and Tampa Tribune are among the Florida papers facing layoffs in markets where population growth is booming.

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  1. August 10, 2007 @ 12:14 am



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