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Carl Hancock Rux, Daniel Bernard Roumain, Christopher Joyce, Kenny Leon
“Because of the criticisms we’ve heard from stations and the results that we saw, we’re re-analyzing our approach.”
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“When you start creating more local content, the audience expects that content to be better.”
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The Times-Picayune’s strategy of cutting back on print days might make sense in the long run. But its execution has opened up the door for competition and weakened its ability to generate more money from readers.
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