The San Francisco Chronicle to suffer deep cuts and possibly closure.
Noting an acceleration of long-standing losses, Hearst is taking drastic steps with the Chronicle
, without (in its announcement, at least) any of the brave promises of perseverance which often accompany such news. Sale or (failing that) closure will ensue if the cuts don't work fast enough. Fallen into bankruptcy in the past two months have been publishers of four major newspapers (LA Times
, Chicago Tribune
, Philadelphia Inquirer
and Minneapolis Star-Tribune
) -- but so far none of those papers appears in any risk of folding.
Nader Pro and Con (omnibus).
The L.A. Weekly brings you about 20 prominent liberals' statements on whether they are voting Nader or Gore, and why ... captures pretty much all of the nuances in once place.