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And So It Begins: DMN-FWST content sharing

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by SockPuppet, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. SockPuppet

    SockPuppet Active Member

    In today's edition, DMN ran Fiesta Bowl game story by FWST's Jimmy Burch with a "special contributor" tag under his name. DMN used its own Chuck Carlton for a front page column.
  2. Some Guy

    Some Guy Active Member

  3. bake1234

    bake1234 Member

    Didn't DMN use S-T's coverage from the Poinsettia Bowl, too, under the special contributor tag?
  4. Drip

    Drip Active Member

    Bound to happen. Look at Washington and Baltimore and other places that are following suit.
  5. Sneed

    Sneed Guest

    So many acronyms ....
  6. nmmetsfan

    nmmetsfan Active Member

    Here's one: STFU
  7. clutchcargo

    clutchcargo Active Member

    At least they were in Arizona covering the Fiesta Bowl---no longer something you take for granted in these days, even with UT playing in the game.
  8. Screwball

    Screwball Member

    But, in SoCal, you have alternatives to Team Singleton: the Times, Register and Press-Enterprise. If Dallas and Ft Worth run the same story, where can you find an alternative story with a local angle?
  9. steveu

    steveu Well-Known Member

    If this continues, merge the papers. No need to make two pretty good papers look like crap just for the sake of sharing content.
  10. This will not end well.
  11. Mighty_Wingman

    Mighty_Wingman Active Member

    Mike DeCourcy is going to be PISSED. [/oldsj]
  12. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    Kinda apples and oranges, Buck...those are papers under the same corporate (tattered?) flag. These are two, um, competitors.
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