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At least I think that's what he was trying to convey.
With shrinking readership and circulation, this newspaper and so many of the great ones are grappling to stay relevant in a world over loaded with information.
Because The Washington Post is a great newspaper with an immense foundation, they stand for now.
You will like it only if you follow old fashioned information media.Published 1 month ago by Eugenia
As someone who is a retireeof this wonderful newspaper, I can never read too many "Post" books. A great job of telling the srory of a great newspaper.Published 13 months ago by Patricia A. Wozny
In 2008, San Francisco Chronicle managing editor Robert Rosenthal said the newspaper industry and the institution of journalism was caught up "in the greatest upheaval they had... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Barry Sparks
I thoroughly enjoyed Kindred's anecdotes of the people who've worked at the Washington Post over the years. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andrea
As a retired reporter--not for the Post--and a regular Post subscriber since 1982, I was fascinated by the inside story and the well-drawn descriptions of writers and editors whose... Read morePublished 20 months ago by John C. Williams
Dave Kindred shows the Washington Post at its best, at its worst, and at points in between as it struggles for its very survival. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ruben Castaneda
Atlanta, Georgia- Ben Bradlee who was the executive editor of the Washington Post stated that "We ought to call this thing, "The Morning Miracle. Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by Dr. Wilson Trivino
I just couldn't wait to read this book when I saw it. I've been a news junkie all my life; came by it naturally since my mother was too. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by Barbara J. Mitchell
With his usual easy going prose kindred demonstrates how the newspaper we are accustomed to reading will no longer be the same. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by mj deneen