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AIR DATE: March 4, 2009

Mike Kelley, Managing Ed, LV Sun
Mike Hoyt, Exec Dir, Columbia Journalism Review
Rick Edmonds, Media Business Analyst, Poynter Institute
Andrew Donahue, Exec Ed, Voice of San Diego
Dick Toefl, Gen Mgr, Propublica
Michael Stoll, Project Dir, The Public Press
... on what the future holds for the newspaper business in light of the closing of Denver's Rocky Mountain news. We talk about what it could mean for the region if Las Vegas' two remaining news outlets were to disappear.

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