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Published on Apr 25, 2011
Last week the Chicago Tribune Co. fired the President of the L.A. Times because he wouldn't fire reporters. Would the L.A. Times be better off if it were owned privately and not by a public company like the Tribune? How about The New York Times? Should it be private? Is the Daily News, privately owned by Mort Zuckerman, the model? Mort Zuckerman, publisher of New York's Daily News and Editor-in-Chief of U.S. News & World Report, tells us of the joys of being a private owner. James Goodale, former Vice Chairman of The New York Times, hosts.
Digital Age - WNYE/Ch 25 in NYC Guest: Mort Zuckerman Host: James Goodale