With a slow start to the week regarding Internet news one can unfortunately almost always find a story about more newspapers having more difficulty. In Philadelphia, one of the largest markets in the country that no one seems to talk about not just one but both local papers are facing Sept. 15 deadlines that could determine their futures.
Usually in a city that can support two papers (which are not that many these days) it’s one or the other that is struggling. Here both of the local news phixtures (get it?) The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News are close to being handed over to creditors unless Brian Tierney can pull a financial rabbit out of his hat. The Wall Street Journal reports