Seismic shift under way in Inland Empire

Moses, Lucia
August 1999
Editor & Publisher;08/28/99, Vol. 132 Issue 35, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the competition among newspapers for readers and advertisers in California's Inland Empire, a fast-growing region in the state. Plan of the `Los Angeles Times' to take its community `Our Times' section to a six-day edition; Competition with William Dean Singleton's Southern California newspaper holdings and Belo's Press-Enterprise; Population growth of the region.


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