LA Times Tries to Focus on Journalism as Sale Takes Longer

It would be journalism purgatory if stories weren’t getting posted all the time — and a paper didn’t have to get produced every day.

At the Los Angeles Times, the walls are stripped of the framed front pages from its past. The giant blue trash bins are around for large-scale “spring cleaning” — the euphemism encouraged by management. The newsroom TV studio has been taken down, the black curtains removed.

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