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Meisha Johnson Might Already Be Philly’s Favorite TV Personality

Even before she started her job this week as CBS3’s morning traffic reporter, Meisha Johnson was a hit in Philadelphia — at least judging by […]

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Newspaper Guild Files Grievance Over “Dress Code”

Last week, the Newspaper Guild ratified a two-year contract with Philadelphia Media Network and it seemed a new era of labor peace might be at […]

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Meisha Johnson Arrives at CBS3 as New Traffic Reporter

There’s another new face at CBS3: Meisha Johnson. The station’s new traffic reporter comes to Philadelphia from Minnesota, where she served in the same role […]

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Pat Gallen Leaving 97.5 The Fanatic for CBS3

We don’t know if the staff losses at CBS3 are over yet, but the replacements are clearly on the way: Pat Gallen, a three-year veteran […]

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Chris May, Kathy Orr, Beasley Reece Out at CBS3

Chris May, Kathy Orr, and Beasley Reece are all out at CBS3, a spokeswoman confirmed to Philly Mag Tuesday evening, apparently part of a broader […]

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Newspaper Strike Countdown: Scenes From Today’s Rally

Tick, tock. Hundreds of Newspaper Guild members marched during a noontime rally Thursday at the Market Street office of Philadelphia Media Network, chanting demands for […]

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PMN to Journalists: Here’s How You Can Cross Picket Lines

With a possible strike by the Newspaper Guild looming, Philadelphia Media Network today sent employees a memo apparently aimed at getting them — or at […]

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Clock Ticking on Newspaper Deal

Monday could be a make-or-break day in negotiations between Philadelphia Media Network — which owns the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com — and the Newspaper […]

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Here’s What’s at Stake in Newspaper-Union Battle Over Seniority

Who gets to be part of the future of Philadelphia’s biggest, most venerable journalistic enterprise? Young, eager newbies ready to stake their claim to the […]

Business

Laying Off Jewish Exponent Staff a Necessary Evil

Sometimes, tough business decisions need to be made. There’s no denying that the Jewish Exponent was in serious financial trouble over the past 10 years […]

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Newspaper Guild Votes to Begin Strike Preparations

The Newspaper Guild on Wednesday overwhelmingly voted to begin preparations for a strike against Philadelphia Media Network, the parent company of the Inquirer, Daily News, […]

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Jewish Exponent Lays Off Editorial Staff

The Jewish Exponent laid off its editorial and production staff on Wednesday — a total of 15 people. The paper had been in serious financial […]

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Internet Meets Caitlyn Jenner, Immediately Sexualizes Her

I was getting coffee when Caitlyn Jenner met the Internet. Not fancy coffee — regular drip, black, get that cinnamon-sugar shaker away from me — so we’re […]

Business

Comcast to Buy Vox Media?

Comcast is reportedly in talks to purchase Vox Media (owners of SB Nation, Eater and The Verge). It would make Comcast a major player in […]

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Could Philly Newspapers Survive a Strike?

Philadelphia’s two major daily papers — the Inquirer and Daily News, along with their online cousin Philly.com — have survived one calamity after another over […]