TUESDAY’S LINKS: Papers’ Craig’s List Woes, ‘Mercury News’ Ends Back Page Feature, Albany Columnist Retires

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, the San Jose Mercury News has ended its back page Read This! feature, an Albany Times Union columnist reflects on his career, and the London Underground has scrapped a contract to disribute free newspapers.


Albany columnist William Dowd: Thoughts on calling it a career. (Albany Times Union)

Transport for London has decided not to award a contract to distribute a free newspaper on the tube system as the likely revenues were too modest. (Reuters)

Cambodian reporters launch newspaper to push forward social development. (China Daily)

Ashkan Karbasfrooshan: Craigslist exists and is relevant because newspapers have been greedy or maintained their closed-mindedness. (Seeking Alpha)

As newspapers change, Read This! bids farewell to the Merc’s back page. (San Jose Mercury News)

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