Editors out at Philadelphia magazine, Chicago Reader

Philly.com | Chicago Tribune
Dan Gross hears that the decision to fire Larry Platt in Philadelphia “was largely due to Platt’s history of inappropriate and unprofessional remarks and jokes to his employees, in what closely resembled the behavior of the fictional ‘The Office’ boss Michael Scott.” In Chicago, Reader media critic Michael Miner says of editor Alison True‘s firing: “I consider this act unfathomable — a tragic misjudgment by [owner Creative Loafing].” || Read Miner’s blog post.

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