MONDAY’S LINKS: Santa Barbara Owner Threatens Suit, Gannett Execs at Tribune, McClatchy Pay Raises

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, McClatchy announces pay raises for the company’s top executives, Gannett representative visit Tribune in Chicago for a second round of presentations on the company’s finances ahead of a possible sale, and Santa Barbara News Press owner Wendy McCaw threatens to sue a local business owner who is displaying a sign urging her to “obey the law.”


U.S. reporters in Iraq face a new realm of difficulty. (USA Today)

Tribune execs and the Chandler family are said to be planning rival bids. (Los Angeles Times)

Santa Barbara paper’s owner threatens lawsuit over sign in hair stylist’s window. (KSBY)

McClatchy details pay raises for CEO Gary Pruitt and other senior executives. (Sacramento Business Journal)

Gannett officials visit Tribune in Chicago for a second round of presentations. (Chicago Tribune)

White House forbids publication of Op-Ed on Iran by former Bush official — even after CIA cleared it. (Think Progress)

Newsroom mentoring — a rare but essential element of journalism — disappearing. (Committee of Concerned Journalists)

Akron paper planning to go “local, local, local.” (Committee of Concerned Journalists)

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