Thursday, January 15, 2009

Repeats

The New York Times bought the Boston Globe back in the 1990s, with the promise they'd have a hands-off approach for five years. They lived up to the promise, then after five years sent "storm troopers" into the building and cleaned house, as a colleague once put it.


Their newsrooms remain separate, though that argument is sometimes tough to buy, especially when you see such similarities as the one above.

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Blogger Sarah said...

I caught a glimpse of either the Daily News or the NY Post (one of the tabs, at any rate) that day, and it also had a really similar cover graphic.

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Anonymous VA Loans said...

I guess all these newspapers hire the same photographer.

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Blogger Lucie said...

The end of an ERROR.

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