Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Hot Off the Press: Detroit indictment editions

The Detroit Free Press has owned the story about the sex-and-perjury scandal involving Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and his former chief of staff; the Freep broke the story two months ago, with a novel First Amendment use of technology. Here's today's Freep, with the former Gannett-owned Detroit News for comparison.

[Image: Newseum]

1 comment:

  1. former APP employee.....get rid of all the dead wood management. They are the worst....If they owned their own business they would be in bankrucy. There are too many of them....all chiefs no Indians left? They are all eating in the big S's office....if they are so concerned stop eating and get your asses out there on the street and sell. They are the most incopatant management I have ever encountered. The production manager is a Nazi Castpo, with no glass or sales ability at all. The only thing she can sell is to have her assistance sell knock off illegal handbags from her office. yuck what a horrible group. I am so happy not to be there any more.


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