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 Post subject: T-P Misinterprets New Orleans A Bit Less?
New postPosted: June 28th, 2013, 12:06 pm 
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The new "street" edition makes T-P a 7-day paper with 3-day circulation, according to a piece I saw on Bloomberg on AFN today. There was a good interview with John Georges of the "Aggravate" who appears to understand the New Orleans readership way mo' bettah den da T-P owners.


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 Post subject: Re: T-P Misinterprets New Orleans A Bit Less?
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The local edition of the Advocate has become much more New Orleans "centric" since Georges took over.

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