American Journalism Review :: Jim Amoss, who has spent his life in the city and his career at the paper, has been a target of much criticism over the changes planned for New Orleans’ Times-Picayune. He says he understands the concern, but he says the digitally focused, three-day-a-week print future is critical if the paper is to survive and flourish.
Continue to read Michaelle Bond, ajr.org
HT: Jim Romenesko, here:
Amoss hesitates, then sighs when asked if he anticipated community's reaction to plans for Times-Picayune. bit.ly/NUw7aS— Romenesko (@romenesko) July 19, 2012