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McCaffery Asks Judge to Restrain Inquirer

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery is asking a court to preemptively prohibit the Philadelphia Inquirer from publishing personal information about him and his wife, […]

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The Long Fall of Philly Newspapers

Oh, what an ugly difference a dozen years can make. At the beginning of the 21st century, the newspaper business was a happy one, fed […]

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The Paywall Gets a Little Lower at the Inky Website

You no longer need an access code to read all http://t.co/zHDhRZebxG links shared on Twitter or Facebook. #newday — Philly Inquirer (@PhillyInquirer) August 7, 2014 […]

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Interstate General Media Spokesman Mark Block Has Resigned

Mark Block, the spokesman for Interstate General Media, publishers of the Inquirer and Daily News, has resigned. He is being replaced by Jonathan Tevis. Block, […]

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Interview: Stan Wischnowski Leads Philly Newspapers to the Future

In an Inquirer newsroom often known for infighting and factionalism, longtime editor Stan Wischnowski somehow emerged with his own reputation … for being a nice guy. […]

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Veteran Inky Editor Stan Wischnowski Promoted to IGM’s Vice President of News Operations

Stan Wischnowski, a veteran Inquirer editor who sometimes has held the newspaper’s top spot during Bill Marimow‘s occasional firings, is getting a promotion: He’ll be […]

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Interview: David Boardman and the Future of Philly Newspapers

Meet David Boardman. It’s possible you’ve not heard of him, but he may have a lot of influence over how you get your news in […]

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Lawyers Identify Johnny Doc’s “Anonymous” Philly.com Commenter

Electrical union boss John “Johnny Doc” Dougherty is suing “anonymous” Philly.com commenter “FBPDPLT” for calling him a “pedophile” in a 2012 comment, and back in […]

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McCaffery’s Suit Survives First Inky Objections

Seamus McCaffery can proceed with his lawsuit against the Philadelphia Inquirer, a judge ruled this week. McCaffery, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice, is suing — […]

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Dear Inky: I Got It Wrong

I get it wrong sometimes. I was wrong back in January 2013. At the time, new ownership had taken over at the Inquirer and Daily […]

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Lenfest to Inquirer, Daily News Reporters: “Work Hard But Rest Easy”

Leaders of the Newspaper Guild, the union that represents the journalists of the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com, had their first formal meeting with new […]

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Lawyer: McCaffery Cleared in FBI Probe

A Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice says the FBI has cleared him of wrongdoing for the activities described in a 2013 Philadelphia Inquirer story at the heart […]

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Should Philly’s Newspapers Operate as Charity Cases?

Gerry Lenfest has spent much of the last decade giving his fortune away for worthy causes. So maybe it’s no surprise that when he finally […]

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Lenfest Appoints Interim Philly.com Editor

Any print devotee who hoped against hope the new ownership of Interstate General Media might let Philly.com whither and die — or at least fade […]

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Lawyer: First Amendment Doesn’t Protect Inquirer

The Inquirer may have the right to report on the actions of public officials, an attorney says in filings against the newspaper, but it doesn’t […]