New Practices and Revenues for a New Era in Journalism 

We're not just whining about our finances like the Chronicle. We're doing something about them.

The woes of my industry mount on an almost daily basis. Papers in Denver and Seattle recently closed, and two entire chains have declared bankruptcy: the daily Tribune Company and alt-weekly Creative Loafing Inc. Closer to home, the weekly Berkeley Daily Planet…

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