More Layoffs Likely As Value Of Philadelphia's News Dailies PlummetsSenior managers who run the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News envision cutting even more jobs, to cut payroll and clear the deck for potential new owners.
Black Journalists Say Layoffs at Philadelphia Newspapers are Reducing DiversityChris Murray of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists says he understands that the union contract requires the last hired to be laid off first, but he thinks some adjustments are needed.
Philadelphia Newspaper Staffers Weigh Job Buyouts Ahead of LayoffsWednesday was the deadline for employees of Philadelphia's two major daily newspapers to decide whether to resign in exchange for a buyout payment.
Secret Bidding Under Way For Sale of Philadelphia's Daily NewspapersThe sale is being conducted with the kind of secrecy normally reserved for a national security event.
Former Pa. Governor Discusses Possible Involvement In Buying The Philadelphia Media NetworkFormer Governor Ed Rendell talked to WPHT-AM Monday about his possible involvement in buying the Philadelphia Media Network, which includes the Inquirer and the Daily News.
Rendell Urging Local Investors To Bid For Company That Owns Inquirer And Daily NewsFormer Governor Rendell's connections may bring in local investors to potentially bid for the company that owns the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
Sure It's For Sale, Says Philadelphia Newspaper Company Owner -- But..."PMN is owned by a group of hedge funds and investment banks, and because of that ownership division, PMN is always up for sale," a spokesman for Philadelphia Media Network tells KYW Newsradio.
Report: 'Inquirer', 'Daily News' Shopping For New OwnerThe 'New York Post' reported over the weekend that the owner, Philadelphia Media Network, is already meeting with potential buyers.
‘Daily News’ Sportswriter Bill Conlin Retires Amid Child Molestation AllegationsHall of Fame sports columnist Bill Conlin, of the Daily News, retired abruptly Tuesday, after learning that the Philadelphia Inquirer was publishing a story containing allegations that he abused four children, including his niece, in the 1970's.
Philadelphia Court Upholds Gag Order In Tacony 'Basement of Horror' CaseJudge Sheila Woods-Skipper has upheld a Municipal Court judge's ruling that bars attorneys, defendants, witnesses, victims, and some minors from commenting on the case against Linda Weston and three other defendants.
Inquirer And Daily News To Move From Iconic Building To AnotherPhiladelphia Media Network is moving from 400 North Broad to the former Strawbridge's building.