Philadelphia’s two largest newspapers could trade hands Monday for the fifth time in six years.
The Sixers late game offense is a mess, and Evan Turner seems as lost as ever.
Chris talks about the 2008 speech from Rick Santorum about Satan, the GOP debate that will be held tonight in Arizona and Gov. Chris Christie’s budget speech yesterday in New Jersey. Chris also chats with Dr. Dan Cook from Rutgers-Camden about the possible merger of two universities in New Jersey and Tom McGrath, editor of Philadelphia Magazine about the potential sale of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
The Inquirer and Daily News sports departments will have to work together.
Chris talks about how Santorum is catching all the heat for his beliefs but Romney, who is on the same page, is not. Chris also discusses the current rise in gas prices throughout the country and the PA Liquor Control Board and its debate whether to modernize or privatize their business. Chris also chats with Phelim McAleer about his documentary, Frack Nation.
Former Governor Rendell’s connections may bring in local investors to potentially bid for the company that owns the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
The ‘New York Post’ reported over the weekend that the owner, Philadelphia Media Network, is already meeting with potential buyers.
Philadelphia Inquirer investigative reporter Nancy Phillips was on with SportsRadio 94 WIP’s Anthony Gargano and Glen Macnow Wednesday afternoon.
Could there be a conflict of interest in the way Philadelphia’s two major papers cover city government in the future?
It’s been over a week since the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News released a reduced-price tablet computer bundled with digital subscriptions to the papers – billed as the first deal of its kind.
“We have lots of changes this year, including flash polls that we did around town. We also did some online polling this year,” says Editor Tom McGrath.
More people read their news digitally from either their iPhone, iPad or their Android phones. As a result, publishers of The Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com are giving away free tablet computers to people who buy subscriptions to new digital editions of the newspapers.
Greg Osberg, the new publisher of the Daily News and Inquirer has launched digital editions of the two papers; changed the layouts and is convinced that two dailies can survive in Philadelphia.
Greg Osberg officially takes over at the Inquirer today, and demoting editor Bill Marimow back to reporter was among his first orders of business.
Today brings what should be the final hurdle for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News to get out of bankruptcy.