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Was Firing Inquirer Editor Bill Marimow a Business Decision, or an Editorial Decision?

The drip, drip, drip of information and emails out of the ownership dispute surrounding the firing of Philadelphia Inquirer editor in chief Bill Marimow continues. […]

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How Healthy Are The Inquirer and Daily News? Why It Matters.

Whoever wins the Philadelphia Newspaper War of 2013 will win control of a media empire — the Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com — that by all […]

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Lenfest and Katz Criticize Norcross in E-mail Appeals to Newspaper Journos

[Update 3:08 pm with comment from Howard Gensler] It’s official: The newspaper war in Philadelphia has become — in part — a battle for the […]

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Newspaper Guild Director, Lenfest Trade Accusations, Barbs

The war over the future of Philly’s two daily newspapers took another odd turn Wednesday: The director of the Newspaper Guild representing the papers’ journalists […]

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George Norcross Takes His Case to Inky, Daily News Journos

It’s come to this in the Great Philadelphia Newspaper War of 2013: George Norcross is lobbying his own employees. Leaders of the Newspaper Guild that […]

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Philadelphia Newspaper War Will Resume on Nov. 13

The legal war between the owners of Philadelphia’s major daily newspapers will continue on Nov. 13, a judge said today. The major participants in that […]

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Raymond Perelman Offers to Resolve Newspaper War, Buy the Inquirer

The Inquirer reports this morning about a twist in the war between the owners of Interstate General Media, which owns the Inquirer, Daily News, and […]

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Inquirer Lawsuits/Deathmatch to Be Heard/Fought in Philly

For the sake of our collective amusement/collective dread, the Inquirer owner vs. Inquirer owners lawsuit will be battled in Philadelphia. George Norcross III, (Inquirer owner) wanted to hold it […]

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Some Good News for Philadelphia Newspapers: Daily Circulation is Up [Updated]

We told you yesterday that Interstate General Media—the company that owns the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com—was on the verge of profitability for the first […]

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Nobody Knows Who the Inky’s News Columnists Are

Two developments this morning to mention in the ongoing war between the owners of the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com. First, we mentioned this yesterday […]

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UPDATED: Norcross, Majority Owners Offer $29 Million to Buy Out Newspaper Partners

[Update: 4:02 pm] Newsworks reports that Lewis Katz has rejected Norcross’s buyout offer. “Katz summarily rejected the notion in a brief telephone interview, but indicated he’d […]

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Brian Tierney Exits the Inquirer. Again.

Just a day after Ralph Cipriano reported former publisher Brian Tierney was back at the Inquirer on a $25,000-a-month advertising gig, Tierney is reportedly out […]

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Philadelphia’s Newspapers Are Almost Profitable Again

After years of declining revenues and weeks of bitter infighting among owners, one bit of good news emerged Tuesday about the the Philadelphia Inquirer and […]

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Newspaper Guild Says It Offered to Buy Out Papers, Was Rebuffed

The union representing the journalists of the Inquirer and Daily News has offered to buy out the current warring ownership, but was rebuffed. Bill Ross, […]

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Is Brian Tierney Coming Back to the Inquirer?

At the Philadelphia Inquirer, it seems, everything old will eventually become new again. Thus we have Ralph Cipriano’s report that some members of the newspaper’s […]