FRIDAY’S LINKS: Tribune Sale Falters, ‘NY Times’ Bashing Hillary?, ‘Wash Post’ Sports Columnists MIA?

By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Michael Miner looks at how the Canadian press is addressing the Conrad Black trial, Bill Clinton thinks the New York Times is being unfair to his wife in her presidential bid, and Harry Jaffe wonders why the Washington Post’s sports columnists don’t write more.


“It’s back to the drawing boards,” one person said of the possibilities for a Tribune sale. “It’s a painful set of bad choices.” (National Review)

Why can’t the press get the women’s “opt-out myth” right? (Columbia Journalism Review)

Michael Miner: The Canadian press seems to think Conrad Black won’t get a fair shake in Chicago. We’d like to offer his lordship some advice. (Chicago Reader)

Bill Clinton rips New York Times’ Hillary-bashing. (New York Post)

Harry Jaffe: The Washington Post’s sports columnists are missing in action. (Washingtonian)

Connecticut newspaper for young people gives teenagers a voice. (Stamford Advocate)

Florida lawyer launches national gay online newspaper. (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)

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