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How Poor Are Newspapers? So Poor...

they've "become landlords recently to make ends meet," and are "leasing out leasing out abandoned areas of their offices" -- abandoned because they've laid off staff, of course, writes Adam Clark Estes. He adds, "What's sort of funny about the otherwise sort of sad story is that, aside from the extra money, newspapers really like the fact that their offices feel busy again." Estes cites a New York Times piece covering this trend, with quotes from the Boston Globe and the L.A. Times.

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