Boston Globe Threatened

Many of us woke up this weekend to the realization that our city could become a one paper town in a matter of weeks, after the New York Times Company made it clear that it is prepared to shut down the award winning Boston Globe, if unions and management don't come up with $20 million in cost savings soon. What would the end of the Boston Globe mean for Boston?

Are we content to have one tabloid paper, and a lot of subscribers to the New York Times? Would the closing of the Globe signal a diminution in the "world class" nature of Boston?

This program aired on April 10, 2009. The audio for this program is not available.


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