Thursday, September 06, 2012

Miami Herald Deathwatch (cont.)

According to one retired journalist, a Florida newspaper inched a bit closer towards extinction this morning by burying the story of former president Bill Clinton's speech on page 12A.

I couldn't agree more.

Before we name the newspaper that stuck the story of Clinton's speech on 12A, let's look at how some other Florida newspapers played the story.

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By now you're probably saying, "Don't keep us in suspense, Random Pixels. Which Florida newspaper has editors dumb enough to bury the day's major political story on its inside pages? And what could possibly be more important than a story everyone is talking about?"

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