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  • Newsroom Layoffs Hit Spokesman-Review

      Steve Smith, the editor of the Spokane, Wash. Spokesman-Review, has some ugly work ahead of him. He's been directed by Cowles Media, the company that owns his paper, to lay some staff off.

      Company-wide, the cuts may be as large as 30 people.

      "These cuts will mean a lesser paper," he said in a memo to staff. "Some things we do now, important things, will be eliminated. Our readers will notice."

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  • Wish We Had Thought of That

      Our delivery guys occasionally bring me a copy of Valley Vibe, a free monthly in the Wood River Valley that we sometimes find clogging up our distribution racks.

      Can't say the content really grabs me, but the masthead, and the disclaimer therein, made me green with envy.

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  • He Said Don't Read Into It

    But We Will
      But we will. The Spokane, Washington Spokesman-Review has done an awful lot to pioneer online journalism. They've got editor blogs, reader blogs, and they even Webcast their editorial meetings, something we'd never do at BW (there are some things that just aren't suitable for sensitive readers).

      Now, Spokesman Editor Steve Smith has a few leading questions for readers that have us wondering: Is the S-R ready to dump print?

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