'NY Times,' 'NY News' In Trouble -- Says 'NY Post'
Oh, dear! "The mood is turning uglier inside the New York Times," where labor negotiations "remain acrimonious," and where its lack of a CEO makes at least one reporter angry.
Meanwhile, the New York Daily News, which is "bleeding red ink" -- possibly as high as $30 million a year -- is "rife with rumors that more cutbacks are ahead and that new editor-in-chief, Colin Myler, is going to bring in many of his former colleagues from Fleet Street to replenish those axed."
Some of these details are undoubtedly true, but consider that this perhaps-too-dark picture of two of New York City's major newspapers was painted by a reporter for the third, the New York Post.