Leaner & meaner

Fitzgerald, Mark
January 1999
Editor & Publisher;01/02/99, Vol. 132 Issue 1, p19
Trade Publication
Describes how newspapers in the United States are getting tough on circulation, readership and production efficiency. To-do list for newspaper executives; Protecting classifieds; Growing circulation and readership; Diversifying the work force; Trimming the work force while growing profits.


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