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A look at the fate of US comics pages, as Lee Enterprises says its newspapers will cut back to “a half-page of comics” and shift to a “uniform set of offerings”
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Hearst expects $12B in 2022 revenue and TV to be the company's biggest source of profits, of which 40%+ come from its specialty media, data, and software units
John Witherow steps down as The Times editor after nearly a decade, becomes the Times Newspapers chairman, and says a successor will be named on September 28
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