A judge had denied an attempt to remove the publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer by one faction in the owners’ group struggle at the media company.
After squaring off in the boardroom, slinging lawsuits back and forth, and making an offer to buy the other guys out, the dispute between the owners of the Inquirer will remain in Philadelphia.
These are tough times for newspapers and nowhere is the survival battle being fought harder than in Philadelphia.
Several New Jersey newspapers have suspended delivery of their Tuesday print editions due to the lingering superstorm that’s caused massive flooding and power outages, but the newspapers will be published online.
Pennsylvania’s capital city will soon join the ranks of other cities that no longer have a daily newspaper.
Philadelphia is a little less funny these days. Print editions of the satirical newspaper “The Onion” are no longer available here.
Amid the reports the papers are for sale again, comes word of more turmoil at the company that operates the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. Layoffs have entered the picture.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are again taking up the issue of whether to eliminate the mandate that legal notices be placed in newspapers.
5:40 President Obama will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu following his Middle Eastern policy speech yesterday. 6:12 Newspaper publishers are testifying in Harrisburg to keep public notices to be required to be placed […]
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.
The bankruptcy judge overseeing the Chapter 11 case of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News after a lengthy court fight with previous publisher Brian Tierney was annoyed to learn that an investor with ties to […]