WEDNESDAY’S LINKS: ‘Zoo Newsroom’ at ‘NY Times,’ Newspapers a Good Investment, Andrew Rosenthal

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Freedom Communications CEO Scott Flanders thinks newspapers may prove a valuable investment, a book on e-mail etiquitte, and a look at New York Times Editorial Page Editor Andrew Rosenthal.


Lexington Herald-Leader: “Journalism will move entirely to the Web,” Molly Bingham told an audience at the University of Kentucky yesterday.

OC Register: Scott Flanders, CEO of Freedom Communications, sees challenges ahead, but says newspapers will prove to be a good investment.

Marketwatch: Now that it’s going private, newspaper publisher and broadcaster Tribune Co. may be in a position to lead the industry through a very trying period.

New York Observer: New York Times Editorial Page Editor Andrew Rosenthal has a huge franchise as Mr. TimesSelect.

New York Observer: Two prominent editors (one from the New York Times) publish a book on e-mail etiquitte.

LA Weekly: Why did the New York Times pan an ex-reporter’s play when most major media gave it raves?

Innovations in Newsrooms: The New York Times’ new “zoo newsroom.”

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