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The Sun Survives ... For Now
The Sun Survives ... For Now

AIR DATE: September 9, 2013

Federal District Court Judge James Mahan dismissed Brian Greenspun's lawsuit to stop the Review-Journal company and his siblings from striking a contract that would kill the Las Vegas Sun. The judge said the suit would have to be refiled once there was an agreement to end the old agreement between the Las Vegas Sun and the Las Vegas Review-Journal. So this town still has two newspapers. But for how long? What will happen next in court? And at the negotiating table?


Howard Stutz, reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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