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March 17, 2012

CNG Watch: Brooklyn Paper/Courier-Life ignore District Service Cabinet meeting, as they reap Barclays Center advertising

Atlantic Yards Report

Rupert Murdoch's Community Newspaper Group, which owns the Brooklyn Paper and the Courier-Life chain, didn't send any reporters to the Atlantic Yards District Service Cabinet meeting Thursday.

Is it just that the news about governmental oversight is "boring" (as opposed to, say, news about the "burger boom")? Or do the newspapers want to avoid "bad" news as they feature Barclays Center advertising? Both?

From this week's Brooklyn Paper:


Posted by steve at March 17, 2012 11:17 PM