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After weeks of censorship and rumors about the sale of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, the future remains murky.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  Daniel Denvir  |  02-23-2012  |  Media

I Can't Stop Reading Commentersnew

Calling black people animals, references to monkeys, phrases like "welcome to the jungle, baby" and "That’s how it go in da hood" are all standard comments beneath crime stories on when the perp is black. And we haven’t even gotten to the anal rape fantasies that regularly litter sexual offender and police corruption stories. So why do I read them?
Philadelphia Weekly  |  Tara Murtha  |  10-19-2011  |  Commentary

Philly's Journalists Won't Return to 1989new

It wasn't difficult to see this coming: Brian Tierney's "Keep It Local" campaign to retain control of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News apparently applies only to ownership -- not to the employees of those newspapers.
Philadelphia Weekly  |  Joel Mathis  |  10-05-2009  |  Media

Legal Inquiry: Ralph Cipriano Was Therenew

Ball-busting reporter Ralph Cipriano has written a new book about fearless attorney Jim Beasley, who helped him sue the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  Mike Newall  |  01-27-2009  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Brian Tierney Makes a Pledgenew

Philadelphia's new daily newspaper CEO says he's all for a free press -- but will he walk the talk when things get uncomfortable for his fat-cat buddies?
Philadelphia Weekly  |  Steve Volk  |  06-05-2006  |  Media

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