On Tuesday Inquirer editor Bill Marimow and executive editor Stan Wischnowski sent an email to the staff of the Philly dailies to inform them that the papers are literally shrinking. In November, the Inquirer and Daily News will be printed with a 44-width, compared to the current 48. That means less type on each page and more room for—you guessed it—advertising opportunities. [Romenesko]
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