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AJR analyzes Strib, Twin Cities journalistic landscape
Posted at 5:09 PM on July 25, 2007 by Bill Wareham
The American Journalism Review site has a very comprehensive article focusing on the changes at the Star Tribune, as well as some broader analysis of the state of journalism in the Twin Cities. If I have a quibble (and you've probably detected that I do), it's that AJR offers up Joel Kramer's proposed online "serious journalism" venture as a potential threat to the Strib and PiPress, but doesn't mention what I consider an existing credible competitor - MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO! I mean, we're serious to a fault.
Feelin' a little like Rodney Dangerfield right now.