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Daily Archives: April 25, 2012

* “Fox Mole” Joe Muto tweets: “I just got search warranted at 6:30am by a very polite crew from the DA’s office.” (The Awl)
* Writer Andrew Goldman wants New York Post to retract its claim that he collaborated with Koch brothers. (Capital New York)
* Mike Ricigliano practices a nearly extinct newspaper art (he’s a sports cartoonist). (New York Times)
* How the Washington Post failed Elizabeth Flock. (The Awl)
* SF Bay Guardian co-publishers step down from day-to-day operations and sale talks with SF Examiner continue. (Bay Guardian)
* Questions for Chicago Sun-Times editor editor-in-chief Jim Kirk. (Chicago Reader)

The bosses at U-T San Diego tell employees that the paper’s transformation into a “multi-platform media organization” has “caused some to comment and question what such changes mean to the future of the newspaper.”

A memo from the company’s CEO and president reminds staff that “with change, comes change” and “there will be different content standards on different media platforms.” Also, “we will be covering the full lifestyles of San Diego, branching into areas that have not traditionally been part of the UT.” Read the full memo after the jump. Read More