Honolulu Star-Advertiser debuts, editor promises more enterprise reporting

Honolulu Star-Advertiser | Temple Talk
"I think people will see more news," says editor Frank Bridgewater. In recent years, "both papers have had to shrink because of the economy." The Star-Advertiser will have 474 employees, following job cuts totaling 356 at the Advertiser and 97 at the Star-Bulletin.|| John Temple: "A sad day in Honolulu for anybody who loves newspapers."
> Star-Bulletin, Advertiser staffs put out their final editions
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