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Inquirer and Daily News Writers Continue Squabble Over Eagles Coverage

Last year Les Bowen—the Eagles beat writer for the Daily News—punched the Inquirer‘s Jeff McLane after the two had a little beef on Twitter. Today, […]

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Can the Inquirer Survive on Aging Testosterone?

For a news organization that says it’s all about the future, the Inquirer continues to be stuck in a boys-club mentality from the ’70s. Two […]

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Philly Journalism’s New Power Couple

There was a lot of story buried in a piece the Inquirer published in April on one of its brand-new owners, Lewis Katz, the Camden-raised […]

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Bart Blatstein Should Buy the Daily News

It’s been a few weeks since we had a good media controversy in town. The new owners of the Philadelphia Media Network—which owns the Inquirer, […]

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Worker Killed at Philadelphia Inquirer Plant in Montgomery County

A worker has been killed in an industrial accident at the Inquirer building in Montgomery County. The man was reportedly trapped under a massive roll […]

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New Job for Inquirer, Daily News Publisher Greg Osberg? [UPDATED]

We’re hearing there may soon be an announcement about the future of Philadelphia Media Network publisher Greg Osberg. There has been speculation about whether Osberg […]

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Wendy Ruderman Talks About Why She’s Leaving the Daily News

How bad are things at the Daily News? New York Times-bound Wendy Ruderman, a 2010 Pulitzer Prize winner, is urging her colleagues to jump ship. […]

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Daily News Circulation Down More Than 17 Percent

Circulation numbers for the six months leading up to the sale of Philadelphia Media Network show a 17.1 percent drop for the Daily News compared […]

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How I Once Failed Spectacularly at Journalism

In a recently released list of the top 200 jobs in America, the website CareerCast included this note: As we get to the bottom of […]

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Penn Dean Resigns After He Was Put on Leave Over Alleged Misrepresentation

The vice dean of UPenn’s Graduate School of Education has resigned. Doug E. Fresh Lynch has been a higher up in the school since 2004. […]

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Penn Dean Placed on Leave Over Alleged Misrepresentation of Degree

Penn Dean Put on Leave Over Degree. Doug E. Fresh Lynch—the vice dean of the Graduate School of Education at Penn—has been put on administrative […]

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Buzz Bissinger Says Governor Christie Is “All Bun and No Beef”

So, while you were working or eating lunch or doing something productive today, Buzz Bissinger stopped by the comments over at Deadspin to try to […]

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Bill Marimow’s Leadership Doesn’t Buy Free Pass for Inquirer

When it was announced that Bill Marimow would return as editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer, it was taken as a given in most quarters that […]

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Buying the Inquirer Could Be George Norcross’s Greatest Coup

Much has been written about the new owners of the Philadelphia Media Network, a merry band of rich white guys who now control the Philadelphia […]

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Getting a Casino License Would Be Very, Very Hard for Bart Blatstein

Bart Blatstein stirred up lots of buzz last week with his proposal to turn the iconic white tower that houses the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily […]