N.Y. Observer sale off

Moses, Lucia
July 1999
Editor & Publisher;07/24/99, Vol. 132 Issue 30, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that Arthur L. Carter, owner of `The New York Observer,' a weekly which covers the city's political and social elite, has called off talks for the weekly's sale to media magnate Conrad Black. Differences between Carter's and Conrad's political ideologies; Black's international publications; Carter's magazines aimed at upper-income suburbanites.


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