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Corporate Culture: Media Biz Returns To New York's Old 'Newspaper Row'

Everything old is new again: The Alliance for Downtown New York reported that there are 60 media companies presently located in, or moving, to, lower Manhattan, below Chambers Street, where all the major newspapers were once situated in the late 19th century. That includes every aspect of the media, from Conde Nast's glossy pub empire to Web site The Daily Beast to The National Enquirer.

It will be a"news haven for the digital age," according to The New York Times' Joseph Berger -- and one where today's news professional will feel comfortable. "The days of reporters drinking and brawling together after work are gone," is the quote from Helen Kennedy, a reporter for The Daily News. "Everyone goes to the gym now, or home to their 2.5 kids.".



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