August 30, 2010

New York Times
Michael Lacey, whose SF Weekly was found by a jury to have set ad rates so low that they’d put the Bay Guardian out of business, tells David Carr that “we merely tried to survive the collapse of tourism in San Francisco, the dot-com bust and the 9/11 economic crash. And we managed that quite well at the same time that we put out award-winning journalism.”

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