Friday, April 15, 2016

This not the problem with newspapers

Love Is Blind

“[T]he problem with many newspapers is that they are run by people who are in love with newspapers. Many of them don’t understand why someone wouldn’t want to read the physical paper every day.”

—Audrey Cooper, editor in chief, San Francisco Chronicle, in “How The San Francisco Chronicle’s Editor Is Trying To Innovate Old Media,” Fast Company, 2016 (Thanks to alert WORDster Mark Larson)

Editorial Comment: Office romances are never a good idea.

PeezPix by Ted Pease


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