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Boston Globe

  1. ‘You’re the Enemy of the People’: Man Arrested for Threatening to Kill ReportersRobert Chain referred to Boston Globe employees as “the enemy of the people.”
  2. the racie for gracie
    De Blasio Featured in Boston Globe, 1979 Edition“I’m definitely interested in government,” he said.
  3. ink-stained wretches
    Major Newpapers Are Now Cheap Enough to Be Toys for Rich PeopleLike yachts or tiny islands.
  4. ink-stained wretches
    The Boston Globe Is Going Home [Updated]Red Sox owner John Henry bought the paper for $70 million.
  5. ink-stained wretches
    NYT Selling Boston Globe to Red Sox Owner, According to Peter GammonsThe baseball reporter cites “sources.”
  6. ink-stained wretches
    Big-City Newspapers Actually Pretty Affordable NowBids for the Boston ‘Globe’ are around $100 million.
  7. ink-stained wretches
    New York Times to Try Selling Boston Globe AgainIt won’t be easy.
  8. ink-stained wretches
    Marcus Brauchli Finally, Officially Out As Washington Post EditorIt’s been rumored for a while, and Martin Baron of the Boston ‘Globe’ is stepping in.
  9. ink-stained wretches
    Leon Neyfakh Defects From New York Observer to Boston GlobeThe young scribe is headed to Beantown.
  10. ink-stained wretches
    Someone Is Willing to Buy the Boston GlobeWill the New York Times Company finally be able to get rid of it?
  11. ink-stained wretches
    Newspaper Circulation Numbers PlummetBut not because they are unloved.
  12. media
    Boston Globe Taken Off the MarketTimes Co. isn’t letting the Globe go.
  13. ink-stained wretches
    Globe and Guild Reach Tentative DealIt’s similar to the one originally offered by parent organization the New York Times Company.
  14. ink-stained wretches
    Times Company Hires Goldman Sachs to Manage Sale of GlobeThough the paper is not definitely for sale, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. is already looking to see who might be interested.
  15. ink-stained wretches
    Times Company ‘Does Not Foresee’ Closing GlobeBy making steep pay and benefit cuts to the Boston Newspaper Guild, the company achieved the savings it needed to keep the paper alive.
  16. ink-stained wretches
    Boston Globe Union Rejects Contract OfferEmployee wages will be reduced by 23 percent in order to keep the paper from shutting down.
  17. media deathwatch
    Mortgage Originator Magazine ClosesThe ‘Observer’ wasn’t the only place that had layoffs today.
  18. media deathwatch
    Nick and Nick Jr. Magazines FoldThe kids’ magazines of Nickelodeon are no more.
  19. media deathwatch
    Boston Globe Still Alive, StrugglingThe Boston ‘Globe’ continues to wrestle with employee unions and the ‘Times,’ and an alt-weekly outsources its content to India, in our daily media roundup.
  20. Some Magazines Die, But Some Dead Magazines Rise AgainToday’s media news.
  21. ink-stained wretches
    New York Times Company Alerts Boston Globe Union of Intent to Shut Down Plant [Updated]At stake is the fate of New England’s most storied newspaper, but labor leaders say this latest move is just “bullying.”
  22. media deathwatch
    Boston Globe Gets a Stay of ExecutionBut not all of today’s media news is good.
  23. media deathwatch
    On the Bright Side, a Magazine Devoted to Pole-Dancing Launched TodayBut it’s online-only. Meanwhile, the ax came down at some traditional media companies.
  24. media deathwatch
    FHM Is Looking for an Editor-in-chiefYep, you read that right. There’s a media job, everybody! A media job!
  25. media deathwatch
    AP Chairman: ‘We Can No Longer Stand by and Watch Others Walk Off With Our Work’Wait: Was it okay for us to use that quote?
  26. media deathwatch
    Budget Travel Cuts Its BudgetToday’s media news.
  27. media deathwatch
    CNBC Died Today, But Only on the InsideThe day in media deaths.
  28. media deathwatch
    More Wenner Media Cuts; More Bono in New York TimesUnrelated … or are they?
  29. company town
    Anti-Feminist Sues Columbia Over Women’s Studies ProgramRoy Den Hollander, the guy who sued against ladies’ night promotions at nightclubs, is at it again. Plus, no one cared that the New York ‘Times’ raised its cover price, and Lehman sells a key asset.