Ink for Blood?

Kronemyer, Bob
April 2001
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr2001, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p35
Reports the resistance of independent newspapers in forming mergers in Indiana. Maintenance of a sense of family relations; Functions shared between The Journal Gazette and News-Sentinel; Interests of family members in the newspaper industry.


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