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Schoenberger’s Book Launch Tonight

Where better for an author to hold a book launching than at the Mark Twain House and Museum. Would that Susan Schoenberger’s second novel – The Virtues of Oxygen — be half as popular as Twain’s work. Anyway, Susan’s shindig is tonight at 6:30 p.m. Here’s a link to the registration page for anyone who [...]


What Is A Newspaper Worth?

The big business types continue to crunch the numbers for the upcoming Tribune Publishing spinoff. They value the whole newspaper operation at about $635 million. That’s divided among eight newspapers, two of which are huge. ┬áNo telling what part of that is The Courant, but it’s likely in the double-digit millions. This article lays it [...]


Debt Schmedt!

Not only can the new Tribune Publishing handle $350 million in debt, it could handle more! Like $450 million, the soon-to-be parent company says. And just to bring some perspective: Sam Zell told Tribune’s employees that they owned the company and he was going to make all of them rich.


Laura Unger Going National

Laura Unger, who covered education for the Courant back when students used pencils and pens, has a new position with Gannett. Here’s her announcement: I’m happy to announce my new position within Gannett covering national and regional health and medical stories, reporting to editors at USA Today while based in Louisville at The Courier-Journal. As [...]

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