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Ten years after the storm, read the survivors' stories.
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NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune will launch an additional print publication that will appear three times a week on newsstands
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In May, as the New Orleans Times-Picayune put to bed an epic, eight-part investigation into Louisiana's prison system, its
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"Meanwhile, NOLA.com's audience has continued to grow. In 2012, 41 million viewers came to NOLA.com, 7 million more viewers
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The newspaper announced deep cuts, including a shift to publication just three days a week, in May. Residents and public
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Some of the papers got delivered late, publisher Ricky Mathews said in a phone call Thursday afternoon, and the paper didn't
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Jim Amoss didn't have a crystal ball. He could not have known that just a short 21 years later he would oversee the demise of one of the great American newspapers.
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In a July 26 letter, Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) urged publishing honcho Steven Newhouse to sell the paper, arguing that "no
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"There's every reason to be upset and angry," the chairman of Advance.net said in a phone interview Friday. I interviewed
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In May, the 175-year old paper announced that it will be ending daily publication. The Times-Picayune will print on Wednesday
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Jim Amoss, who has spent his life in the city and his career at the paper, has been a target of much criticism over the changes
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What could be more urgent today than protecting the free flow of information in a country increasingly dominated by unaccountable institutions and corrupt politics?
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Watch Times-Picayune Editor on Commitment Amid Cutbacks on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour. Carr complimented Amoss' strength
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This is not work for the faint of heart. We accept the challenge. And when we see others take it on, as Newhouse has with the digital Times-Picayune in New Orleans, we pay attention to their work with interest, optimism and high expectations.
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NEW ORLEANS -- A group of concerned civic and business leaders have come together in the wake of the recent announcement
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During the New Orleans Times Picayune shrinking print debate, I visited with a newsprint connoisseur today. My mother-in-law, a lifelong New Orleans resident.
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I've long looked to The New Yorker as the gold standard for meticulous, thoroughly vetted, contextual journalism. So it came as a surprise last week when the magazine published an item on "The Cost of College" without clearly identifying the writer as the dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University.
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Newspapers like the New York Times may be piling up revenue from their paywalls, and Warren Buffett may be asserting his