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Details of Inquirer/Daily News Buyouts

Employees at the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News have just been presented with the worst-ever buyout offer in the long and storied history of attempts […]

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Inky Discovers Foursquare Two Years Too Late

Last week, Philly Post contributor Steve Volk reported on new technology in the newsrooms at the Inquirer and Daily News. The media company installed large, […]

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The Inky and DN: Just Like Gawker?

The Inquirer and Daily News recently installed some new technology in their newsrooms—flatscreen monitors running a web analytics service called “Chartbeat,” which displays the stories […]

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The Best Newspaper Columnist Philly Ever Had

We need someone to put our whole gloomy mess into perspective. Someone who can take on the schools and Ackerman and Nutter and the Street […]

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The Inky Isn’t the Convention Center’s Problem

“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” — William Shakespeare, Hamlet On March 5th, the Inquirer’s Paul Davies published what struck me as a mild […]

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Why I Can’t Give Up the Inquirer

I just got off the phone with the Inquirer. The paper didn’t arrive on time this morning, and my husband was leaving for work before […]

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The Politics of Crime Reporting

The Los Angeles Times is causing hubbub on its website because of a data-gathering project, the Homicide Report, that’s keeping track of every killing in […]

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Bill Marimow Deserved Better

I don’t know Bill Marimow, the recently deposed editor of the Inquirer, personally, but I was surprised when he got sacked. I shouldn’t have been. […]

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Let Us Now Praise the Inquirer and Daily News

“Life is a constant oscillation between the sharp horns of dilemmas.” —H.L. Mencken I say, big ups to the Inquirer and Daily News! And when’s […]

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The Inquirer says my parents’ favorite game is dead

I saw it coming — you had to — but still, I felt a swell of sadness Monday when I read the “Note to Readers” […]

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The Inquirer’s Old Boys’ Club

Every Sunday, I get pissed off. I tell myself I won’t, but I do anyway. I can’t help it. It’s that bad. And it’s getting […]

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Brian Tierney Doesn’t Deserve a Newspaper

This is probably the easiest column I’ve ever written. A no-brainer. Unequivocally, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News publisher Brian Tierney should be the last person […]