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PBS NEWSHOUR

Times-Picayune Editor on Commitment Amid Cutbacks

  • Aired: 06/13/2012
  • 10:47
  • Rating: E
After 175 years, one of the nation's oldest daily newspapers -- The Times-Picayune -- announced Tuesday that 200 staff members would lose their jobs this fall. Judy Woodruff, Times-Picayune Editor Jim Amoss, New York Time's David Carr discuss the paper's shift to an online focus and how New Orleans just became the largest U.S. metro without a daily.
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