Does 'The Sun' Have Anything to Teach the Miserable Newspaper?

Chicago Reader | April 13, 2009
Sy Safransky, The Sun's founder, editor, and publisher, doesn’t worry about advertising falling off because the Sun carries none. The readers, almost all of them subscribers, pay the freight.

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