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Spring Street memo

Futureshock For those of you who enjoy looking at the innards of newspaper self-criticism, Media Bistro's FishbowlLA has posted a copy of the Spring Street Project memo.

For more reaction to and analysis of the L.A. Times' new web-centric strategy, see Staci D. Kramer, Mack Reed, Mark Potts, Juan Antonio Giner, Paul Gillin, Barbara Iverson, Gary Bourgeault, Mathew Ingram, Tony Adam, Sally Falkow, Frank Barnako, Bob Meyer, M Carleton, Greg Sterling, Charles Apple, Media Wire Daily, S.D. Watch, and, naturally, the L.A. Fire Department.

 

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Rob McMillin

It's gotten so bad that even I have an opinion on this, one which will hopefully prove useful, or at least, will raise some points that I haven't seen raised elsewhere.


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