Should the New York Times Take Over for the Inquirer?

By: Joel Mathis |

Has there been a more depressing week for Philadelphia media in recent memory?

In the last few days, we’ve learned that A) the separate identities of the Inquirer and Daily News are slowly but surely disappearing; B) that a large number of hardworking journalists are going to lose their jobs; C) that the front man for current ownership believes he can get away with lying to the New York Times; and D) the next ownership group, led by Ed Rendell, is so loaded-up with conflicts of interests that Philadelphians can never entirely trust the papers they propose to run.

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