Philadelphia Daily News
The Inquirer and Daily News will shrink by about four inches, from 48 inches wide (unfolded) to 44 inches, this fall.
Owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News say they expect further concessions from the unions to cut costs.
Chris talks to Gregg Trautmann, a New Jersey lawyer challenging a law requiring teen drivers to place decals on their license plates and to Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu on his support for Mitt Romney.
The owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News held an open house in their new headquarters, on the third floor of a former department store at 8th and Market Streets.
Chris details the media’s obsession with Donald Trump and the birther issue. He talks to Ed Klein about his new best seller, The Amateur, Don Russell of the Daily News about Philly Beer week and Dick Morris about his new book, screwed.
As the Jersey Shore opens the tourist season, Atlantic City has to deal with the aftermath of this week’s murders of a mother and daughter from Canada. And Governor Chris Christie is among those more than a little displeased with some of the media coverage.
Michael Days returns to the job he held until a year and a half ago, when hedge funds bought the papers in bankruptcy.
The publisher and CEO of Philadelphia’s two biggest newspapers is stepping down.
Chris goes over the latest details surrounding the President’s support of gay marriage. He celebrates the Sixers series win over the Bulls with CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, talks to Steve Cordasco about JP Morgans reported $2 Billion loss and Michael Winslow from Police Academy.
“I want to apologize to her directly, on behalf of the city government and our administration,” Mayor Nutter said of a “tweet” by press secretary Mark McDonald about a Daily News columnist.
Chris has a big show on such a rainy day as he talks with Stripper Melissa BangBang Forgione, CBS3′s Ben Simmoneau on his peice about Twitter is where the Strippers are hiding, John Stossel’s visit to Philadelphia tomorrow, and Philadelphia’s Inquirer’s Business Editor Andy Maykuth.
Philadelphia’s new sheriff, Jewell Williams, went before City Council asking for a whopping 25 percent increase in his budget, but he’s backing off for now on his desire to get a new city-issued SUV.
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has approved the newspapers’ plans for a lighted marquee that will extend four feet over the sidewalk on the 800 block of Market Street.
Developer Bart Blatstein has announced an audacious plan for the white tower on North Broad Street that currently houses the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
Chris discusses the President’s comments directed at the Supreme Court about judicial activism, a joy ride down the Atlantic City Boardwalk, and businesses pulling gift cards from New Jersey. He also talks to Dan Gross and Larry Platt about the sale of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.